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Question DetailsAsked on 10/18/2011

The linoleum of our 33 year-old house's kitchen/dining area has worn through to the wooden structure below. Who to call ?

This is in 2 spots. We are frozen in fear of getting ripped off but are notprepared to do flooring on our own.

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Check Angie's List! We have ratings and reviews on flooring experts so you can see who's done the best work for other Angie's List members in your area. We suggest meeting and getting estimates from at least three contractors before you hire. Choosing a reputable company who's done great work at a fair price for others should help aleviate your fears. Visit www.angieslist.com today to search.

Answered 7 years ago by Cas

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When ever hiring someone to do work in your home get three estimates. Ask for pictures of their work and references. Ask how long they have been in business. If you are installing a new linoleum floor (not a vinyl floor, there is a big difference) make sure they have experience working with linoleum. You should not attempt to install linoleum if you have never done it. It is an expensive floor and the installation process is very particular. There is very little, to no room for error. If installed properly it will last a very long time.

Answered 7 years ago by Al Monti

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Linoleum or vinyl sheeting flooring is a relatively simple replacement. Don't be frozen! :) Angie's List can help you find a remodeler/contractor to hire. Ask as many questions as you'd like and gather bids/samples. Don't jump to use the cheapest contractor, but the contractor that makes you feel the most comfortable, that comes with the best value.

Answered 7 years ago by wirtzswoodworks

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Angie's list can give you great options and by seeking multiple quotes that separate labor from materials on your estimates you will have apples to apples comparisons to make a great decision with!

Answered 6 years ago by HMDhome




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