In the last article we started our synopsis on how to go about choosing the right type of hardwood floor for your home.
Take a look at the total cost
Wooden flooring is usually sold in packs and the quantity of wood in these packs can vary. For this reason you’ll often find that wooden flooring is priced per square metre of wood. If you have the square metre price for the flooring, it then becomes quite easy to work out how much it will cost to buy the flooring for a specific space. It’s worth mentioning that you won’t just have to pay for the flooring, you’ll also have to account for any underlay, thresholds, trims etc…. and the fitting cost. Hardwood flooring is always best fitted by professional hardwood floor fitters if you want to get the best finish.
Decide on the wooden flooring fitter (one of the most important things)
Your wooden floor is an expensive investment, so it needs to be fitted professionally to look its best. A new wooden floor can be totally spoilt if it is not fitted correctly or if it is fitted in haste. If you speak to a wooden floor fitter about expected costs you might be surprised just how cheap it can be to have a floor professionally installed a professional hardwood flooring contractor should also be able to show you examples of previous work and have many refrences from their many satisfied customers.