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Flooring Installation for Sam’s Club Members
Your floors take a beating day in and day out. When it’s time to replace and install new flooring in your home—whether it’s tile, hardwood, carpet, laminate, or vinyl—our flooring installation experts have Sam’s Club Members covered. Book your free consultation today to ensure your floors are up to the task of daily living.
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Stylish flooring options from leading brands
Each room’s look-and-feel is largely determined by what’s on the floor. From added warmth and comfort to long-lasting and easy to maintain, your choice of flooring for a room will depend on the room itself and how it’s used. Our flooring installation experts are here to help you pick flooring that is the right choice for your room. Whether your design tastes are traditional or trendy, our flooring technicians can help you find the perfect fit for your lifestyle and budget.
As a Sam’s Club Member, we’ll introduce you to expert local flooring installers who can remove your old flooring and install new:
- Tile flooring
- Hardwood flooring
- Carpet flooring
- Laminate flooring
- Vinyl flooring
Tile flooring for Sam’s Club Members
When it comes to tile flooring, there are two main types to choose from: ceramic and porcelain. The decision on which type of tile flooring you should go with will depend on a variety of factors including: how much upkeep you’re willing to do; where the tile flooring is to be placed (i.e. high traffic areas or rooms where water is a factor); whether you want a specific design or color; and of course, budget.
Flooring installation for Sam’s Club Members is available for both types of tiles. Book a free consultation today to discuss which tiles are right for your project:
- Ceramic tile flooring: Ceramic tiles come in a variety of sizes, designs, and colors, and are generally more cost-effective compared to porcelain tile. Ceramic tiles are considered a softer tile which makes them more comfortable to walk on.
- Porcelain tile flooring: Porcelain tile floors come in a variety of styles and colors. Porcelain tiles are dense which makes them durable and less prone to wear and tear. Porcelain tiles are also water resistant which often makes them a good choice for kitchens and bathrooms.
Hardwood flooring for Sam’s Club Members
Hardwood flooring comes in a variety of shades and sizes and never goes out of style. It’s also known to add value to your home at resale. There are two main types of hardwood available for installation: solid hardwood flooring and engineered hardwood flooring. The decision on which type of hardwood flooring you should go with will depend on details like: if the flooring is for a basement or other space that is prone to moisture; if you want to build in radiant floor heating; and, your flooring budget.
Hardwood flooring installation for Sam’s Club Members is available for both options. Book a free consultation today to discuss which style of hardwood is right for your space:
- Solid hardwood flooring: Solid hardwood flooring is just that, solid. Oak, maple, and birch are popular choices but there are others too that are all suitable for day-to-day use. Solid hardwood flooring should only be installed in areas where moisture isn’t an issue. Basements, bathrooms, and kitchens are not ideal spaces to install solid hardwood flooring.
- Engineered hardwood flooring: Engineered hardwood flooring is made up of layers of another material (often plywood) with a hardwood top layer. The top layer can be any hardwood that’s available. Engineered hardwood is not as sensitive to heat and humidity which means it can be used in more spaces than solid hardwood, like a basement.
Carpet flooring for Sam’s Club Members
There’s something about carpet that makes a room more comfortable, inviting, and warm. The type of carpet flooring you choose, however, is often dependent on the room and how it’s used.
There are five main types of carpets to choose from: level loop (also known as berber), pattern, frieze (which includes shag carpets), plush, and texture. Each type of carpet has its own features and benefits that, depending on the room and your lifestyle, will determine which is the right choice for you. But that’s where our flooring installation experts can help!
Let our flooring experts help you pick the right carpet for your room. Whatever type of carpet you choose, our technicians will ensure it is installed to your satisfaction:
- Level loop carpet: This type of carpet doesn’t show footprints and is very durable. It’s a great option for high traffic areas, like hallways and children’s play areas. Due to its tight weave, little dirt is captured in its fibers. Most level loop carpet is also stain resistant. It’s not ideal, however, if you have pets as the loops may snag on your pet’s claws.
- Pattern: This type of carpet hides dirt and footprints well. It’s also resistant to wear and tear. In terms of appearance, it usually looks like the pattern is cut into the carpet as some of the fibers are looped while others are straight standing. Since there are loops in the carpet, this is best for pet-free homes.
- Frieze: Frieze carpeting uses yarns that are free-standing (not looped) and that are highly twisted. Because of the fiber’s twists, frieze carpeting hides dirt, footprints, and vacuum marks well. Its overall look is typically viewed as being casual.
- Plush: Plush carpets give off a formal feel due to its closely packed fibers. In addition to being densely packed, plush carpets are also thicker because the fibers are generally taller than most carpets. It shows footprints and vacuum marks easily.
- Texture: Textured carpets are the most popular of the group. The yarn is not looped (so it’s more pet-friendly) and it is generally two-toned which hides dirt reasonably well. This is a popular choice for virtually any room in your home.
Laminate flooring for Sam’s Club Members
Laminate flooring is versatile, durable, stylish, easy to clean, and budget friendly which is why it’s really popular with homeowners. It checks all of the right boxes to make it a flooring favorite. Laminate flooring can take the place, and the look of, solid or engineered hardwood flooring, often at a fraction of the cost. It comes in a variety of shades, thicknesses, and textures ensuring that there’s a laminate flooring option that suits virtually any room or space.
As a Sam’s Club Member, setting up laminate flooring installation is easy. Book your free consultation today to discuss which style of laminate flooring will transform your room best.
Luxury Vinyl flooring for Sam’s Club Members
In recent years, luxury vinyl flooring has been gaining exponential popularity with homeowners as a great option for high traffic areas like kitchens, but it’s also great for any room in your home. It’s easy to clean, is durable, and is comfortable to stand or walk on. It’s also a family friendly option for many households.
Like laminate flooring, luxury vinyl flooring can come in a variety of colors, shades, patterns, and textures to complement any space in your home. Luxury vinyl flooring is also highly water resistant, which is an added perk of the product, making it a good choice for basement installations, laundry rooms, and bathrooms. Another perk of luxury vinyl flooring is it can be installed over existing flooring, like wood or tile, so there’s less mess and installation costs.
Ready to explore your luxury vinyl flooring options? Book your free consultation today to explore the options available to you as a Sam’s Club Member. In no time, you’ll have a fresh new floor that can weather everything your family can throw at it.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How Can I Tell If I Need New Flooring?
There are clear indications when your flooring has seen better days and needs replacing.
Here are some of the most popular types of flooring found in homes and some tips on what to look for when it might be time to update.
There are still many homes that have wall-to-wall carpeting. Many home builders these days opt for alternatives to carpet, but you might actually prefer the coziness and sound protection of this type of flooring in some spaces.
Carpeting doesn’t last forever – it can last anywhere from 5 and 15 years due to general wear and tear. Aside from it being time to update the look of your home, here are some other signs that it’s time to replace your carpeting.
The one time when you have no choice but to replace wall-to-wall carpeting is if it gets wet from flooding or develops a serious mold problem. Sure, carpeting can dry out, but the chances are high that mold will develop underneath and that will not only wreak havoc on your sub-floor, but will ultimately cause health issues for you and your family.
If the carpets in your home are coming close to needing replacement, the underpadding might be in a pretty bad state – it can actually disintegrate over time. If the carpet is old and hasn’t retained its plushness, it likely needs to be replaced.
Carpeting can be quite luxurious in the right space, but it might also cause allergies for some people. If you’re set on carpets and a family member is an allergy sufferer, it might be better to choose lower pile carpeting and shampoo it on a regular basis.
Ceramic and porcelain floor tiles are also popular in some homes, often in kitchens and bathrooms.
But when you start to spot cracks and the grouting looks dirty no matter how much you scrub it (mold might be the issue here), a new floor might be in the cards.
Other problems with tiles can include unevenness on the floor surface, noises when walked on and soft spots.
Or maybe you’ve just outgrown your current tiling and want a more elegant, modern look!
Many homes include vinyl flooring. This material is pretty durable and can handle heavy foot traffic. But, like any other material, it can also wear over time.
Although vinyl flooring is popular because of its water resistance, it can start peeling as the adhesive starts to fail over time. If you find yourself having to glue down parts of your vinyl flooring on an on-going basis, it may be time to put the glue away and call Home Install Experts™ for help in choosing a new floor.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
While luxury vinyl looks more luxurious, is more durable and is a lot more comfortable to stand and walk on than regular vinyl, because there are seams between tiles or planks, there’s more opportunity for water to seep in and, over time, can also cause the adhesive to fail.
Laminate flooring has become quite popular over the years, but there are a few things you should look for when deciding whether or not to replace yours.
If pieces of flooring are starting to curl up at the edges, or if there are gaps between the planks, it likely needs to be replaced. Water damage and broken planks are also reasons for replacement.
Laminate should feel sturdy when walked on. If it starts to feel like you’re on a trampoline, it’s time to replace your laminate floors.
Hardwood is usually the ideal choice for flooring where appropriate because of its appearance, durability and value it adds to a home at resale. However, if you start to notice water damage, wood discoloration, creaking or moving floorboards, or if you see scratches, marks or nails, it’s probably time to replace your hardwood floors.
Which Flooring Options Do Home Install Experts™ Recommend?
The type of flooring you choose for your spaces depends upon a number of variables. Your style is one, but so is your budget and how much traffic the room is going to see.
Here are some advantages of the most popular materials to help you make a more informed decision:
It’s comfortable to walk on, but besides that, carpeting is versatile, comes in a vast array of colors and styles, is warm and is noise reducing.
Tiles have a long lifespan and can withstand a lot of activity. Tiles are easy to keep clean and pretty resistant to stains. They’re perfect for families who want a stylish, low-maintenance flooring option.
Similar to carpeting, vinyl is great for reducing noise. Add to that durability, easy maintenance and its longevity and it’s easy to see why it has become a popular choice in flooring.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl is quickly becoming as popular as laminate flooring because of its stylishness, durability and low-maintenance care needs. And because it’s thicker than regular vinyl, it’s more comfortable and can last longer. If your budget allows for luxury vinyl, it may be the better option over regular vinyl.
The beautiful choices in laminate flooring today combined with its affordability, make it an easy choice for many homeowners. Laminate is simple to clean and made to withstand heavy foot traffic. It also has a long life expectancy.
As mentioned above, hardwood is the ideal choice for flooring because of its attractiveness, durability and the resale value it adds to your home.
If hardwood fits your budget, this is usually the way to go. If it’s a little out of your price range, you can consider strategically placing it in common areas on the main floor of your home in areas where it’s more likely to get noticed.
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How Do I Keep My Recent Flooring Installation Looking New?
Once we’ve installed your new floor, you’ll want to keep it in top-notch condition. Here are some tips:
Make sure you vacuum wall-to-wall carpets regularly. If anyone should spill anything on the carpet, clean it up as quickly as possible. They should be professionally deep-cleaned at least once a year and make sure to get them stain treated as well.
Tile floors should be dusted or vacuumed frequently. Mopping weekly is recommended as is wiping up any spills when they happen. Give the grouting a good cleaning every few months. Area rugs look great on tiled floors as well and they will protect the tiles from wear and tear.
When you’re mopping vinyl flooring, make sure to use warm water, rather than hot – you don’t want to damage the adhesive. Make sure to wipe up any spills as soon as possible and keep them clean with a vacuum or dusting regularly.
Luxury Vinyl Flooring
Luxury vinyl is cared for in the same way as regular vinyl, just be careful not to use too much water when cleaning it. It’s also important not to use sealers or waxes when cleaning vinyl floors as they can dull the top, shiny layer. Using a mild soap when cleaning vinyl floors is also recommended for the same reason.
Laminate flooring does not like water! When you mop, make sure it’s with a damp mop, not an overly wet one and that you use a mild cleaner. You can sweep it often with a bristle broom or vacuum. Since it is a softer material, avoid walking on it in high heels as much as possible. Area rugs can also help protect your laminate flooring.
To properly care for your hardwood floors, clean up spills immediately, use furniture pads and/or thick rugs, sweep or dust them regularly, vacuum or dust mop them every week and refinish them every 3 to 5 years. It’s also important not to walk on hardwood floors with dirty shoes as mud and dirt can scratch the finish.
How Do I Start the Flooring Installation Process with Home Install Experts™?
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- Enter your zip code to see if we’re available in your area. It’s likely we are, but we only work with trusted technicians and one might not be available near you.
- Set up a free, no obligation consultation. Our partner technicians understand this is a big decision for you and will offer you a free, no pressure quote.
- Sam’s Club Members get a 10% Discount Off Everyday Dealer Pricing!*
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