Best Flooring Honolulu is a home for the finest flooring in Hawaii. How do you want to start?
Here at Best Flooring Honolulu, we offer click-in LVT or vinyl plank flooring installation, laminate flooring installation, hardwood flooring installation. We do our business in Hawaii, Oahu island. As a rule, we install floating flooring type – this means that in the process of installation we don’t use nails or glue. Planks just click-in together and are holding by the locks.
Most of our customers prefer to purchase flooring in our flooring store, but some already bought it at Home Depot or Lowes. Even so, we prefer to install our own products, we still offer a LifeProof flooring installation. Most of our jobs take place in Honolulu, but also we lay flooring in Hawaii Kai, Kapolei, Kailua, Kaneohe, Mililani, Pearl City, Aiea, Waipahu, and regions of Oahu island.
Flooring installation cost in 2020?
Even so, the material construction is pretty similar, labor price can vary drastically depending on different conditions. Here are some basic numbers for install different materials:
- LVT or vinyl plank flooring – starts from $1.99 per square foot
- Hardwood – starts from $3.99 per square foot
- Laminate – starts from $1.99 per square foot
Please note that this is a basic rate. The final price is determined after a free flooring estimate.
Why should you order services of Best Flooring Honolulu flooring contractor?
A lot of people know that it’s very simple to connect planks together when you have a snap-in installation system. But as a rule, this is that it’s the easiest part of the labor. If you want your flooring to serve you decades, it’s crucial to do a good leveling before starting.
Another important step is to maintain an expansion gap accordingly to the manufacturer’s manual. Between flooring and any solid surface, this includes, but is not limited to walls, cabinets, bathtubs, other flooring, etc. In order to make the job look professional and finished all gaps must be covered with baseboards or transitions. This part takes the precision and experience that we offer.
Not to mention the fact that laying flooring takes a lot of time and patience. Also, it is very hard physical work, doing it wrong, you can hurt your back and your knees.