Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are light wood floors out of style?

Light colors and wider planks have been the top choice for many home builders, architects, and designers for many years, and according to our experts’ predictions, it will still be the hottest flooring in the next five years.

Should floors be darker or lighter than walls?

Our flooring professionals and other experts highly recommend going darker for the flooring than the walls. The general rule is that lighter walls with darker flooring can make the room seem larger. Many homeowners prefer to have a spacious-looking interior to keep them comfortable. But with low ceilings, the general rule will change.

What is the most popular flooring type in homes today?

Hardwood has remained our best-seller over the decades and will continue to be the number one flooring variant. Although it is one of the most expensive types, having this flooring is a great thing as the advantages it gives are overwhelming, from its timeless looks to its durability.

What flooring type adds the most value?

Hardwood is the best choice and will still be in the next few years. It gives an elegant upgrade, making the room more luxurious than ever. Plus, with its versatility, whether your home is old or new, it can easily elevate your house’s aesthetics. Adding this type of flooring will increase your home’s value by up to 5%, which makes it one of the best investments when it comes to flooring.

How much does it cost to replace 1000 square feet of flooring?

The total cost can vary depending on the flooring you want to replace it with. It can run from $7,000 up to $28,500 but still could go higher depending on the features and materials you want to add. The price stated is enough to cover the removal and disposal of the previous flooring, installing the new subfloor and baseboards, and purchasing new materials. Our experts will be more than happy to assist you in getting the specific price for your flooring project.

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