DIY vs. Professional Floor Installation
Floor Installation can be tricky and if done incorrectly, becomes expensive and extremely
- It saves no time. Depending on the square footage of your planned floor installation, a DIY could easily drag along for weeks, months, all the way to
- There will likely be frustration and anxiety involved with attempting to tackle a floor installation in your living space. This can quickly lead to costly mistakes.Unless you are extremely handy, you’ll be
hard pressedto complete this task as well as a pro.
- You’ll need quite a few specific tools. You’ll have to borrow or buy a
mitresaw, chop saw, skill saw, trim equipment, and several other pieces to complete this task.
- It saves
money,if you know a good bit about floor installation. Extra cash in our pockets is a wonderful motivator for finishing a DIY project.
- The pride felt when you complete a serious task like this with the knowledge that it will be put to great use.
- You’ll be able to take on the project at your own pace.
- Hiring a professional costs money, and you will always get what you pay for. Bringing in the pros can be quite expensive, depending on variables like time, material, and design.
- Professional builders and trimmers can easily be booked out weeks and months ahead of time. You may have to wait that long for an opening.
- Getting quotes for the project will often cost. You’ll need to get several bids and contractors that are worth the money will often charge a fee to quote your floor installation.
- The look of a professional floor installation is amazing. You’ll be
hard pressedto beat the pros if you attempt to DIY.
- Professionals usually guarantee their work to a certain degree. You’ll have peace of mind knowing that your floor installation was completed by a knowledgeable contractor.
- There will be little interruption to your life. Most contractors work while you’re at you paying job, and they can have your floor installation completed in a day or two.
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