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Why Your Zip Code Matters

What a local contractor charges varies wildly based on your location. Sometimes there are many more vinyl flooring installers in an area than other areas, in which case installation of your floor will cost less to install than other areas. We do our level best to ensure the most accurate calculation possible.

This flooring calculator collects pertinent pieces of data necessary to extrapolate a rough estimation you could expect to pay to replace your carpet flooring, hardwood floor, laminate flooring, tile flooring, or vinyl flooring, if you hire a local contractor to do the work. This is ‘turn key’ pricing and is all inclusive, however we do NOT guarantee that you will be able to find a contractor who will do the work for the calculation we send you. It is merely an anecdotal calculation to give you a rough approximation. Additionally, we have a local contractor follow up with you to bid your project.

How Much Will Your Vinyl Flooring Cost?

We created the most comprehensive flooring installation calculator on the internet. We’ve broken it down to the following:
Step 1 – Zip Code
Step 2 – Square Footage, Materials, and Labor
Step 3 – Old Flooring and New Flooring
Step 4 – Get your calculation

Put it all together and we give you the most accurate flooring calculation available.

About This Vinyl Flooring Calculator

This tool presupposes that you already know the square footage of the area you are installing the flooring of. If not, you can learn how to calculate the square footage. There are several factors which are used to determine what it will cost to replace your flooring. Where you are located matters, as sometimes a market is saturated with one type of contractor, while specialists of installation other types of flooring are fewer, and can thereby charge more.

Also, the amount of flooring you are replacing plays a huge role in evaluating the flooring costs. Generally, the smaller the area, the more it will cost on a per square foot basis. Also, the current type of flooring can make the removal more expensive. For instance tile is extremely difficult and time consuming to pull up, while carpet is easier, there may be ‘tack strip holes’ which need to be filled…especially if you are going with a stained concrete finish. This tool takes all of those variables, puts them together, then sends you a custom calculation based on the data you enter.