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How much does it cost to install carpet?

If you’re ready to bring new life into your house with a makeover from the ground up, you’re ready to learn more about carpet installation costs. Installation costs vary greatly, depending on a number of factors such as the type of carpet, the number of square yards, any necessary repair work, the number of stairs you have, and where you live. Due to these variables, the national average cost of carpet installation ranges between $200 and $4,500.

To start planning for your new carpet, measure roughly how many square yards of carpet you’ll need. Research the main carpet styles and materials you like to get a feel for what they cost. Nylon carpets are typically the least expensive, and wool is one of the higher-end carpets. Prices per square foot might range from under $2 to over $10, depending on materials. Count the number of stairs you want carpeted; each one might average between $3 and $10 (or more for box steps). Carpet removal can be an added cost as well, averaging $1-$4 per square yard, depending on the company and regional disposal costs. 

How much is the cheapest carpet?

If you’re looking to reduce carpet installation costs, there are several ways to save. Start by considering your carpeting needs. Manufactured materials such as polyester and nylon will be cheaper than natural fibers such as wool. From big box retailers, starting prices for olefin-based carpet are approximately 50 cents per square foot — making the cost under $5 per square yard. Indoor carpets made with olefin fibers are typically the least expensive on the market. Keep in mind that olefin fibers are not as soft on bare feet as other fibers, so are often used in areas like basements, playrooms or indoor patios. Nylon and polyester are good options to reduce carpet installation costs while still creating a cozy feel. The face weight, fiber construction and density of a carpet all affect the cost per square foot. The cheapest nylon or polyester carpets can start at just under $2 per square foot, making them about $18 per square yard. Lower-cost carpet tends to wear out more quickly and show stains more easily, so avoid light colors and vacuum regularly to keep the fibers clear of dirt that might age it too quickly.

How much does it cost to carpet a bedroom?

If you’re building a new home, remodeling, or ready for new carpet in your bedroom, you’ll want to know carpet installation costs. Here are the factors that affect the cost of your new bedroom carpet:

  • Installation cost per square yard: From under $2 to over $6. Carpet companies have a labor cost per square foot for installing your new carpet. Depending on where you live in the country, that rate can vary greatly. This rate does not include the cost of the carpet.
  • Type of carpet: from $1 per square foot to $20 or more per square foot. The fibers that make up your carpet will have a direct effect on cost. As an example, specialty wool carpets may start at about $10 per square foot, while a manufactured fiber like nylon may be about $2 per square foot.
  • Removal of old carpet: from $1 to $4 per square yard. Old carpet is labor-intensive to remove and also costs money to dispose of or recycle. The cost to remove carpet will depend on how much carpet you need removed and whether your installation pros offer a discounted rate for installing your new carpet at the same time.
  • Subfloor repair: from $40 to $70 per hour (plus materials cost). If the flooring underneath your old carpet is damaged, it must be repaired before the new carpet is installed. Many carpet pros can offer this service, or you can hire a handyman to handle the job.  
  • Type of carpet pad: $1 per square yard and up, depending on the thickness. The cost to install carpet pad is typically included with the labor cost per yard of installing the carpet itself.

How much does it cost to install carpet on stairs?

The number of stairs you want carpeted in your home will directly affect your carpet installation cost. Putting carpet on stairs generally increases the labor time and requires a higher degree of detail than laying carpet flat. Where you live in the country also plays a role in your carpet installation cost. Carpet installation companies in smaller towns with a lower cost of living and a lower cost to do business (insurance, company vehicles, employee labor, etc.) can usually offer their customers lower rates than companies in large cities where the cost of living and the cost to do business are higher. Carpet pros will often quote you a flat rate per stair once they do a site visit to provide an estimate. They’ll take into account the size of each stair you want carpeted (including both the step and the riser), and what type of stair it is. For example, the cost might range between $3 and $10 per stair for labor only. On the higher end of the spectrum, box stairs or staircase stairs with spindles that must be worked around might cost between $15 and $25 per stair.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a flooring professional during the COVID-19 pandemic?

To safely set up a consultation or appointment with a flooring professional and avoid the risk of transmitting COVID-19, start with an online search. Contact the professional through a message and ask to set up a video or phone call to discuss the project. This lets the professional visualize what needs to be done without physically needing to be there. Discuss the project’s timeline, budget, virtual payment capabilities and adherence to guidelines set forth locally and by the CDC.

Can I use digital payments to pay for floor installation, replacement or repairs?

Many local flooring professionals offer digital payments to conduct transactions for floor repairs, installation, replacement and more. This trend has been increasing during the COVID-19 pandemic, which is prompting flooring professionals to take payments through Venmo, Square Cash, PayPal, Google Pay, Zelle and other convenient platforms. 

To ensure you can safely pay for the service, contact the professional beforehand and ask which services are acceptable. Take any measures necessary to comply with guidelines on social distancing.

Do flooring professionals offer remote or virtual services?

Because flooring work has to be done in-person, flooring professionals are typically unable to perform work virtually. If you come across a pro's profile that states they're offering remote services, message the pro to see what those services include.

If you plan to get indoor flooring installed once the pandemic is over, you can ask potential flooring specialists if they host virtual consultations through video calls and digital messaging. Compare flooring professionals in your area online to find the right fit, and book an appointment.

Does a flooring professional need to enter my home?

If the flooring project is located inside your residence, performing the job would require the flooring professional to enter your home. This is not recommended by the CDC during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, if a flooring project takes place in a separate location outside of your home, the flooring professional will not need to enter your home. 

Talk to flooring professionals in your area to see if it’s necessary for them to enter your home. If so, you might want to postpone the project until social distancing guidelines are relaxed by the government.

How can I find out if a flooring professional is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

To find out whether a flooring professional is considered an essential service in the current coronavirus pandemic, consult your city or state’s government website. To get a sense of the national recommendations, check CISA’s Identifying Critical Infrastructure During COVID-19 webpage

This page lists 16 different infrastructure sectors that are officially considered essential during this time. However, not all jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure. Ultimately, you should consult with your local government. 

Are there ways to be safe if I hire a flooring professional when social distancing?

If you hire a flooring professional for an outdoor project, you may be able to avoid person-to-person contact with the pro. If you hire a pro for an indoor job, avoid physical contact, sanitize surfaces and use virtual payments like PayPal, Venmo, Google Pay and Square Cash App to complete transactions instead of using cash or checks. Determine a strategy with the flooring professional when you contact them.

Reviews for Parma flooring installation and repair professionals
Monique L.
The Ohio Flooring Experts did an AMAZING job on refinishing my floors. They were punctual and thorough with their work. I highly recommend them.
Ohio Flooring ExpertsOhio Flooring Experts
Tasha P.
Floors came out great!
OBC FlooringOBC Flooring
Deborah A.
Our experience with Alfa Flooring and Stone was A+. Dan and his crew did a fantastic job installing stone composite plank flooring throught the 1st floor of our home. Dan stated that it would take 5 days. It took 5 days. His crew organized their equipment at the end of every evening and cleaned up after themselves. They were on time everyday and worked diligently throughout the day, only taking a break for lunch. The cost was well below the big box floor installers.
Alfa Flooring & StoneAlfa Flooring & Stone
Daniel J.
Great job on my luxury vinyl plank floors.
Immaculate FlooringImmaculate Flooring
Latoya R.
I love my new floor, and I have Josh to thank for that. His workmanship is top notch. He is a true professional, he knows his stuff and takes pride in the finished project. He was as invested in the outcome as we were, and that made all of the difference. I would definitely recommend JJ Flooring for any flooring project you have. Will definitely use again.
JJ FlooringJJ Flooring
Tiara R.
Nighthawk floors did a spectacular job completing my floors which were installed by another company that did not complete the task; the price was reasonable; communication was effective and overall I had a great experience. I would recommend this company
Nighthawk FloorsNighthawk Floors
Chris L.
Unfortunately the business pulled a No call No show for a schedule estimate regarding floor installation.
Transition ConstructionTransition Construction
Michael P.
Great experience working with Victor. He was on time, professional and very knowledgeable in the area of flooring.
Victor’s Carpet & FlooringVictor’s Carpet & Flooring
Adam R.
Amazing work at a VERY affordable price!! Dan and his partner were great to work with. He has many flooring options to choose from, his pricing is unbeatable and they were very meticulous when removing our old flooring and installing the LVP. (~600-700 sq feet) They were truly a pleasure to work with and very professional/ personable. Can’t wait to have them back to install flooring on our upstairs bedrooms.
Alfa Flooring & StoneAlfa Flooring & Stone
Nicole W.
Josh and crew did the floors in my hallway and spare room. They look better than I ever expected them to and they went above and beyond with extra details to make sure the floors flowed well with the trim and baseboards. He responded very quickly, had great prices and easy to work with. He even offered to help me move my furniture back! My only complaint is I don't have more floors for them to do.
JJ FlooringJJ Flooring
Thumbtack Customer
We hired Mike to install laminate flooring in our recroom. He arrived on time and discussed with us the proper floor placement and went right to work. He did a fantastic job and cleaned up when the job was complete. He was very professional and friendly. We will definitely hire him again.
New Age Flooring LLCNew Age Flooring LLC
Kevin D.
Matthew did a great job installing my floors and I'll probably use him for future jobs as well.
Renewal Remodeling Plumbing & RepairRenewal Remodeling Plumbing & Repair
Erik G.
Our entire experience with TNTFlooring was exceptional! Turk and his team are the best, hands down. They finished our job in just a few days and the quality is impeccable. I am floored with how beautiful our new refinished hardwood floor looks in our master bedroom. TNTFlooring is the best and I’ll be using them again!
Betts FlooringBetts Flooring
Ria R.
BC Builders did a phenomenal job! The estimate was the most thorough, with Willian pointing out issues to consider and ways for his team to fix them, like creaking I. The floor. We ended up doing 2 floors of laminate, for ~1100 sf. They removed both carpet and the previous laminate, worked on the floors so that all creaks were fixed and laid all the laminate within 3 days work. The team sent were efficient, professional and clearly good at their craft. I’m more than impressed with the job and will willingly recommend them to others.
BC Builders Flooring Installation LLCBC Builders Flooring Installation LLC
Nicole B.
Great job putting in the floor for Luxury Vinyl Planks and it looks awesome, they did a fine job putting in and were friendly as well.
Alfa Flooring & StoneAlfa Flooring & Stone
Al M.
TntFlooring provided a great service and quality workmanship. The flooring looks brand new and the wood grain really stands out. My wife and I can’t stop looking at it. Turk and his crew we’re very meticulous in their work and restored the floor to its original finish. The price was reasonable which included a senior discount. I recommend them, you’ll meet a great group of guys.
Betts FlooringBetts Flooring
Eugene K.
Floor looks great. Did it all in a day. Also, went out of his way to find the materials even though was apparently available only online.
Renewal Remodeling Plumbing & RepairRenewal Remodeling Plumbing & Repair
Lita T.
I hired Carpet Restretch Repair to pull up new carpeting in one room to prime and seal the floor beneath after discovering pet odor that was lingering. They coordinated well with me, since I am offsite. Did the job and reinstalled the carpet beautifully. Very trustworthy, and cleaned up after. Would hire again.
Carpet Restretch RepairCarpet Restretch Repair
Jesse H.
We were looking for someone to paint, skim coat a room, take our old carpet, and redo wood floors in house, within about a 2.5 week time frame. My initial message with the request outlined in separate bullet points each thing we wanted done, and stressed that we were moving in on a specific date and needed the work done by then. Our experience with Peter was anything but satisfactory. We have a lot that was not ideal, and as it entails a lot, I'll just list it out the big stuff as factually as possible and let others make up their mind on him. I have copies of messages if it's helpful for anyone. Peter was the first contractor I met with, and the last to respond with a quote. I wrote him to follow-up about the quote and the next morning it was available. It was much less than the others so we decided to go with him. I spoke to him on the phone the evening I got the quote and told him we now wanted the bedrooms to have the wood floors redone and if he could do that and adjust the quote, and assuming it was within reason with the adjustment I would sign and send him the copy ASAP and we'd be ready for him to start as soon as that weekend. I had been exchanging messages with him via Thumbtack up until this point, but thought for the official contract it would be better to use actual email (at that point I wasn't even sure if you could attach things to Thumbtack messages). I sent the signed contract to Peter at the business email address listed on the contract. A couple of days went by and I didn't hear from him, then I got a message from him asking about it and mentioning the need to get it in quickly to keep on schedule. I told him I had sent it via email, he said he didn't get it, so then I just sent it to him via Thumbtack. Work didn't start for a couple more days, and the first real concern popped up when he called me to discuss a couple of things (I don't remember what exactly), but at the end of the conversation mentioned how they'd need to use an extra coat of paint in the one bedroom currently painted pink. I told him that was the one room that he was NOT supposed to paint, which we discussed clearly during our walk-through, to which he said he remembered. A few days before we were to move in Peter called me and told me they wouldn't be done in time. Apparently the skim coating in our living room was more involved than he had anticipated and also his skim coat guy hadn't started as early as he'd like, which set everything else back. He told me initially he would need to finish the floors in the downstairs a day or so after we moved in. I explained again that I already had everything planned for the move, and that we would need to walk on the floors in able to move in. He didn't really have a solution to offer. Eventually, I suggested putting painting the living room and doing a couple of other things and prioritizing the floors, which was able to be done, but they were literally working while we were moving in. He came back a few days after the move to paint a few things and touch up areas of the skim coat. The biggest issue we had was that he somehow believed we did not want our hallway and stairs to get the carpet removed from them and the wood floors redone, as was done in ALL the rest of the house and mentioned specifically in my initial message outlining our work request. During our walk-through we talked about it as well. At the time we had been considering adding carpet in the bedrooms and NOT redoing the floors there, but decided to redo those as well (mentioned above), but never once did I say we wouldn't be doing the hallways and floor. In fact, because I knew it may be confusing, I mentioned at least once that "all the existing carpet would be torn out." Days before we were to move in I was at the house and still saw the carpet in those areas, and I asked when they would be done. That's when he got confused and said they weren't part of the work. Clearly a conversation was had, and I now know that my inexperience here is partly to blame because I should have asked for a more detailed quote and contract (it didn't specify what areas of the house the carpet and floor work would be for). During that conversation I told him specifically to call me tomorrow with an update on what would be done and when, and he never called me. He also said he would be in the house that Friday afternoon doing work so we could talk then and never showed up. I never heard from him at all after that phone call with specifics as to what would be done, and when he would get the rest of everything finished. There was also shoe molding in the rooms that would not be done in time. The floor guy, Matt, WAS there the day after, however, but told me I needed to talk with Peter about when and how much to finish the stairs and shoe molding, when I saw Peter the next day and asked he said I would need to talk with the floor guy about it. I told him Matt told me to ask him and he said he'd connect with him and see. Confusing; THIS is why I expected a phone call the day after learning they wouldn't be completing the work. For at best a miscommunication that badly you would think he would try and clearly communicate a solution. When I knew the floors wouldn't be getting done, I asked at least for them to get the carpet torn out before we moved in. He told me a few times "oh we'll definitely get the carpet out" only to tell me the day of that carpet wouldn't get torn out, explaining how really that was for the best because the floors underneath could be rough and we may not want to walk on it, etc. We moved in and decided despite the annoyance it would be best to still have Peter's team complete the floors since they knew the work, we had a quote on the "additional" work, and he promised he would work to get it done quickly for us. I wrote him with specific dates explaining we were thinking they could come in during the week while we were at work and do most of the work, ultimately finishing the floor staining on a Friday to let it dry and aerate over the weekend so we wouldn't have to live with the fumes. We would take off work that Friday and head out of town so the house would be free, I did mention if needed they could wrap up Saturday morning. He said he'd check the dates with the floor guy and let me know. A week went by and I didn't hear anything, so I followed-up. He responded he hadn't heard back from the floor guy, then later that day confirmed with a short message "I heard back from Matt and he is good for that weekend." I wrote back again specifically outlining the time frame for getting the work done due to the short response from him, so then he responded saying the floor guy had confirmed the weekend days but not any times and he would ask him. I wrote again explaining the need for things to be done by that Saturday morning. This was all on the Monday before work was to start. That evening Peter called me to tell me the floor guy had to take his mother into hospice care that weekend and wouldn't be able to do the work. He then went on to explain how much work is involved in redoing stairs and basically setting up that it would take more time than we had planned for to get it all done. Except, in a message he sent me on Feb 15 explaining how they could do the work in stages to accommodate us, he specifically said that "The final sanding, staining and finishing has to be completed as one step because the floor can't have any foot traffic after the final sanding. He will need one full day for this step." This was four days before we were planning to leave town to get the final work for our house done. We had already taken off work for that weekend. I told him we would be going with someone else. Lastly, when we were moving in and he was finishing up painting our living room, I noticed that the wood trim and mantle in the living room now had lots of white splatter marks on it (I'm assuming from plaster). I pointed this out to Peter and asked if he would clean it up, he looked at it and explained to me that it was old paint that had been there. I know it wasn't, I DEFINITELY would have noticed so much splatter when we were first looking at the house, especially on the mantle which had actually looked very clean and solid. To his credit, he told me he'd try and get it off and he did. But, he used some type of remover that actually ended up stripping parts of the wood stain and varnish from the mantle and trim, so now there are discolored and unfinished looking spots everywhere, and the mantle is cracked in the back from I imagine the force of his rubbing on it.
Corner Home DesignCorner Home Design
Suzanne B.
This was a terrible experience. We hired this company to lay down floors in our entry way, kitchen, and office. The employees showed up late and after 2 days of work, they had only completed 1/10 of the work. You can see in the pictures that the work that was done was horrible. We paid in full plus extra and now we have to hire another company to fix and finish all the work.
Zoom ProZoom Pro
Jenn S.
I would give 10 stars if I could! My new floor looks amazing! They even picked up the supplies for me on the way to my house because my car is not big enough for the pick-up. Fair price for good quality work, which they got done same day! Plus, they sent me a pic to ensure I knew my house was locked up right when they were done! Excellent service!
OBC FlooringOBC Flooring
Cynthia S.
Lowkey Brothers did an awesome job on my basement tile removal and installation. Although the job required more work than initially anticipated, the work was done without any complaints. I highly recommend this company to anyone desiring to have a professional, detailed, punctual and all around great company to work with. My floor looks GREAT and once the job was completed everything....was cleaned up to my complete satisfaction. If you want a dedicated hardworking company, Lowkey Brothers is your final stop.
Gina S.
Turk came to estimate my refinishing job, and when I accepted the quote, he scheduled a day to start. He didn't show up on that day and turned off his phone. Eventually, he apologized and asked if he could come the following day, and I agreed. Then, he didn't show up that day! We were on a tight timeline to get our floors done before we moved in, but he assured us he could get it done, and now it won't be done. He was friendly, but this is very unprofessional. Book at your own risk.
Betts FlooringBetts Flooring
Thumbtack Customer
I WOULD RATE THEM ABOVE 5 STARS!!! Thank God for a Great Team‎- I just Love this team of Men (Bobby, Bobby Jr and Steve)! I hired Bobby a few weeks ago to replace the carpet on the second floor and install hardwood floors in the dining room and living room. They did an AMAZING job... Not only was the price good but they were able to start the job 3 days after. I immediately turn to them for additional renovation needs. These guys are full service -- from remodeling kitchen and bathrooms and creating the design to following through in making it exactly as it was planned. They truly listened to my desires and made sure to explain all possible options and limitations that could lie ahead. They are trustworthy, I immediately felt comfortable enough to give Bobby keys to the house to work on the repairs. They are, courteous and hardworking team. Bobby, Bobby Jr. and Steve were always professional, patient and courteous. I enjoyed working with the team. I don't have enough words in my vocabulary to describe my appreciation but Bobby Marchand and his team did a wonderful Kitchen remodel and renovation of my bathroom and etc. Bobby Marchland’s team which consist of Bobby, Bobby Junior and Steve. The team pay amazing attention to detail and incredibly responsive they far exceeded all of my expectations I would happily recommend Bobby Marchang to do a job in my house again. More than his ability to get the job done, but his honesty and integrity. No job is without problems, but those problems alloy you to see whether you are dealing with a reputable contractor. And I was! If I called Bobby got my message and quickly returned my call. I was very satisfied with the outcome of my job and give Bobby’s team a thumbs up! I would definitely use the Bobby Marchand team again and would recommend them without reservation. THANKS ONCE AGAIN! MARILYN
Marchand and sons tile&stone LLCMarchand and sons tile&stone LLC
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