Defining a flooring budget.

What is the best flooring option on the market? That depends on your needs as well as your lifestyle.

How to afford the flooring of your dreams

Whether you're looking to add flooring to a newly built space or are looking to upgrade your flooring, you need to establish a budget. It may seem daunting, but it doesn't have to be! Read on to learn more about establishing a budget.


At Flooring 101, we’re not just flooring installation experts; all of our staff members are intimately familiar with the process of planning a project. Everyone at Flooring 101 is here to help! Whether you’re looking for carpet, hardwood flooring, laminate flooring, ceramic tile flooring, vinyl flooring, or an area rug or two, we can help you sort out the basics of your project. Knowing what to expect will make the planning stage go smoothly while staying within your budget.


Many homeowners fail to set a budget before they begin putting their project together. If you’re thinking about installing new flooring, make sure you know exactly how much you’ll be able to spend, as it is sure to inform what type of flooring option you choose. If you figure out your budget in advance, a flooring professional will have a much easier time helping you make choices in determining the scope and style of your project. Furthermore, with a determined budget in mind, setting up a schedule will be a breeze.


Most of your budget will depend on the product you select as well as the space you'll need to cover. When choosing the right flooring product, first consider your needs. Then, carefully research each flooring solution available at Flooring 101 to see which will best fit into your project plans. Luxury vinyl flooring and laminate flooring are both budget-friendly and functional, and they allow you to create any look imaginable.


Now that you’ve determined your budget and flooring type, it’s time to cement your plan with an installation professional. Keep in mind that making changes in the middle of your project can result in added costs and headaches, so you'll want to adhere to your plan as much as possible.


Last but not least, it's important to be prepared for the unexpected. It's a good idea to purchase extra product in case some becomes damaged. You'll also want to prepare for any subfloor issues before your installation.


We are committed to your satisfaction and success, and we will help you adhere to your budget while getting the flooring you've always dreamed of. Don't hesitate to get in touch with our expert team!