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When looking for someone to install a laminate floor, you want to be sure of your choice. Plentific can provide you with a list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer laminate floor installation as a service, along with access to customer reviews to help you compare and choose from your options.
What do you need to know about laminate floor installation?
Installing laminate floor is a fairly simple job to gauge. It is a good idea to measure the room before speaking to a tradesman. They will most likely be able to give you a free estimate for the job, and during their assessment they may identify extra jobs that need doing such as installing underlay or door bars. Because of this, it is a good idea to get more than one assessment done so you can compare the cost of individual tasks in the price breakdowns. Before making your decision you should check the experience and qualifications of your options. They may have passed an apprenticeship, a college course or may have a qualification from a tradesmen’s association. Membership with such an organisation is a good sign, as they usually enforce high standards and codes of conduct for their members. You can also ask your choices to provide customer reviews from previous jobs, or even photographs of their work.
Before making your final decision, make sure that your choice offers adequate coverage and guarantees relating to accidental damage. This is particularly important if you are having them remove furniture from the room before installing the floor. They should also have a policy in place for if you are unsatisfied with their work, or if it requires additional attention.
How much does laminate floor installation cost?
The price of laminate floor installation will usually be calculated by meters squared, depending on the size of the floor and the materials being used. Often the cost of installation can be equal to or greater than the price of the flooring itself, so do not be too shocked if this is the case. Your flooring may require additional attention, such as the installation of underlay, scotia or door bars. If this is the case, make sure your tradesmen are prepared to do these jobs when they arrive. If work needs to cease because they do not have the right materials or equipment you will likely wind up having to pay more. The average cost of laying a laminate floor is around £10 per meter square, but try to have several quotes to compare, including price breakdowns. If someone offers an extremely reduced rate, remember that you will get what you are paying for, and a reliable service that lasts a long time is cheaper than a cowboy builder who will just make more work for you down the line.