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4. Floorscapers LTD
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  • 44 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
  • Serves Commerce City, CO
"While in temporary housing we started re-modeling the main floor in our new home. We hired a contractor who – long story short – subcontracted the work to laborers who destroyed our home and, instead of fixing the issues, the contractor ran off with our money (about $85% of the total cost of remodel). My family was devastated. The house was completely torn apart – we had NO kitchen (no sink, no cabinets, no refrigerator…because they broke it, no working electrical), NO kitchen, our electrical was live, exposed (and later we found out, not up to code and dangerous), the walls were only half painted, access holes in walls never patched, the list goes on…$50,000 worth. We only had one week left in temporary housing, one income, and had spent ALL of our disposable income. Our realtor called in a favor and sent Jay to our home the week before we had to move in. He assessed the situation and immediately took control – which is exactly what I needed! He got me out of panic mode and into solution mode. I could write a dissertation on all the wonderful things Jay did to help my family but (for your sake) here are the highlights… From day one, Jay always did what he said he would do. Because of the situation we were in and the discovery process we had to go through to identify all the issues the subcontractors created – there were ample opportunities for Jay to take advantage of us or gouge us on repair cost. But he NEVER once did. In fact, Jay never charged us one penny for his time. He knew the situation we were in and made the compassionate decision to help us (us - who he had never met before), instead of marking up the repairs and profiting from the work he was arranging and supervising, he simply pass on the repair bills directly from his incredible crews. So that I am clear, this wasn’t a three-day job, the kitchen alone took MONTHS and Jay was at my house EVERY night (yes, I said night because he and his crew were there after hours – some until 9 or 10 PM). He never once complained, never made me feel like I was less important than other clients, and honestly, treated us like family. Jay will forever be our family hero, trusted advisor, and friend. He is an incredible person with the highest level of integrity and – oh yeah – his work product is THE BEST! Literally – the work is incredible. Though the work that Jay did on our home is incredible, it was his decision to BE an incredible person and help a stranger in need that has changed our hearts and lives. He chose to be honest, hardworking, compassionate, and treat us like family without any personal gain (I am crying just recalling how wonderful he was and how well he took care of us). My words will never do Jay justice, but hopefully he knows just how grateful we are and will always be. And that is why we will NEVER use another contractor"

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How long does it take to install a hardwood floor?

Hardwood floor installation can take anywhere from a few days to more than two weeks, depending on demolition, wood type, the condition of your subfloor, total square footage of the project, and installation method. Demolition is necessary if you have existing flooring you want to replace with hardwood floors. New-construction homes do not require this step, as the subfloor is primed and ready for floor installation. During demolition, the flooring crew may find that your subfloor has damaged wood, uneven surfaces or other problems that must be addressed before the new wood can be laid down. Crews may charge on an hourly rate for subfloor repair, and the work can take a few hours to several days, depending on what’s hiding underneath your floor. The wood for your new floor generally arrives a few days before any work begins. This allows the wood to acclimate to the relative humidity in your house, which prevents it from shrinking or expanding after installation and causing gaps or buckling. The actual wood installation may take several days or more, depending on the size of your home and what type of custom cutting and designs are desired. If your flooring is not prefinished, the unfinished wood must then be sanded and stained in the home to treat and protect your new investment. Typically, stain takes a full day to dry, and multiple coats are applied. Baseboards and trim must also be installed. With all these variables at play, you can see why it’s important for a wood installation pro to provide an estimate only after seeing your home.

How much are oak hardwood floors?

Installing oak hardwood floors can add value and beauty to your home. The cost of hardwood floors is typically based on the overall square footage of your new floor, the type of oak you select, any repair work your subfloor requires prior to installation, and any demolition costs to remove your old flooring. Other factors that will affect your total cost can include the regional cost of labor and business overhead of your flooring company.

A flooring installation company may charge $3 per square foot for standard installation. For hand-scraped (higher-end) ¾-inch oak planks, the cost is approximately $7 per square foot, for a total cost per square foot of about $10 as long as no repair work is required. Standard oak planks are available from big-box stores for as low as $3 per square foot, so the quality of oak you want will affect your total project cost.

How much does it cost to install hardwood floors?

The cost of hardwood floors will depend primarily on the total square footage of flooring, the type of wood you select, the cost of labor in your region, and any preparation or repair work that needs to take place before installation. Selecting exotic woods, such as teak, will result in a higher cost for the project than a more affordable wood such as oak. The national average cost of hardwood floor installation is $5,750. Here are some examples of different woods and their average costs; actual costs will vary depending on the factors listed above.

  • Basic wood floor installation: $3 per square foot from a wood floor installation company.
    • The product cost for hand-scraped ¾-inch oak planks: $7 per square foot.
  • 620 square feet of maple floor:
    • Residential installation, total project cost: ~ $2,400 with five days of labor.
    • ¾-inch dark stained maple installed on top of new concrete in three rooms, a hallways, and a staircase.  
      • Cost for total project: ~$3.87 per square foot.

How much does it cost to install flooring?

On average, Thumbtack customers nationwide pay $5,500 for floor installation. The cost can range much lower or higher depending on the type of flooring you select (laminate is far less expensive than exotic hardwood), the square footage of the project, and other important variables like demolition and repair work needed. Here are some examples of average floor installation cost:   

  • Basic floor installation cost: $3 per square foot (not including product).
    • This can range up to $7 or $8 per square foot when tear-out and prep work is required.
  • Laminate floor and installation cost: $3-$8 per square foot.
    • Laminate is one of the most affordable materials and can start as low as $1.50 per square foot.
  • Wood floor installation cost: $3 per square foot (not including product).
    • $7 and up for hand-scraped oak planks and other specialized work.
  • Luxury vinyl tile installation: $3.50+ per square foot (not including tiles).
    • Cost includes prep work, underlayment, leveling and grouting.
  • Examples of additional floor installation costs:
    • Pouring concrete to level the under-flooring: $1,000-$1,500 for materials and labor.
    • Removing carpet: 35 cents or more per square foot.
    • Removing difficult ceramic or porcelain tile: about $2.25 per square foot.
      • Includes removal of the dura rock.
  • Floor repair: $75 minimum.
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