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Question DetailsAsked on 8/15/2012

Overall which is the cheapest flooring including installation costs; tile, wood or carpet?

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Overall, for an average quality materials,it would be the carpret .
because carper sold and installed by the square yard not by the square foot like tile and hardwood .
( 1 s/y = 9 s/f )

Answered 8 years ago by zaksfloors


Carpet will always likely be your best pricing option. With carpet installations, you won't have to be concerned with such things like unlevel subfloors, as you might with wood and tile. The installation is also much quicker, therefore the installation time of carpet is a fraction of that of tile and hardwood. And as far as the product itself, carpet pricing varies but certainly can be bought at rock bottom pricing, making it a very affordable option to those who otherwise would not be able to afford clean, fresh new floors. That is why it is so often chose by property investors, landlords, etc.

Answered 8 years ago by All About Flooring

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