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Old 07-23-2011, 03:09 PM   #1
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1000 sq ft of laminate


how much would it cost to have it installed. Everything is ready. Baseboards are up and the door jambs are cut. install floor only

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Depends on where you live. I get $2 a sq. ft. Some places charge from $1 to $2.50 and up. Call a local store and ask.

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If you put your location in your profile, it might be easier to give an answer.
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ive seen signs in lowes and home depot for laminate or engineered flooring installed for 2 bucks a foot. i gave a guy a price of 2 a foot and instead he hired a guy that charged him 500 more then i was asking and installed the laminate over the carpet padding. then werent happy cause the floor register kept popping out when they walked through the living room
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