Flooring Installation Services
When it’s time to get a new floor, you’ll want to be sure to choose an installation provider you can trust. Flooring installation from Sam’s Club Home Install Experts™ by Service Finance offers free consultations to Sam’s Club Members, free quotes, skilled installation professionals, and more. If you’re looking for an easy way to update your home, your very own VIP Concierge at our Contact Center, and a new floor that will last, look no further.
Free, professional consultation
Sam’s Club Members have access to vetted, local installation professionals who will provide free quotes.
Our skilled installation professionals work hard to leave you with a satisfying customer service experience.
Installed to last
You can expect quality workmanship from Sam’s Club Home Install Experts™ by Service Finance installers whose goal is to leave you with a beautiful, long-lasting floor.
For all your flooring needs
No matter what type of floor you want to replace, we’ve got you covered.
Classic, attractive wood floors are always a solid option. Hardwood flooring is easy to clean, long-lasting, and great for adding to the property value of your home. Whether you’re looking for elegance or just lasting durability, hardwood flooring can be the ideal choice.
Hardwood floors come in two varieties, solid and engineered. Solid hardwood floors are cut from whole lumber—like oak, maple, walnut, hickory, cherry, or birch—and are best in areas where moisture isn’t an issue, since the wood can naturally warp when wet.
Whether you want the look of hardwood or something else entirely, laminate flooring can work in just about any space in your home. Laminate comes in all different colors and patterns, and is a great way to update your spaces without breaking the bank.
Laminate floors are easy to keep clean, and don’t need to be waxed or sealed. They have a softer surface than hardwood or tile, but can mimic the look of wood or stone. They can also be installed right over your old floor (except carpeting), which can speed up the installation process.
Vinyl flooring is one of the most water-resistant options available and is great in bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens, basements, and high-traffic areas. Like laminate, it is available in a wide variety of colors and textures, including faux hardwood or stone.
Vinyl is also ultra-durable and low-maintenance, needing just a sweep or a mop to keep it looking like new. It’s inexpensive, especially compared to hardwood flooring, and its softness makes it more comfortable underfoot.
Compared to laminate, which is typically installed plank by plank like wood, vinyl flooring can also come in large sheets. This minimizes the number of seams exposed to the hazards of your home, which is what makes it so water-resistant.
Ceramic or Porcelain flooring
Classic tile, whether it’s ceramic or porcelain, comes in a wide variety of sizes, designs, and colors. Ceramic tiles are softer and more cost-effective than porcelain, while porcelain tiles are harder and therefore more durable. Porcelain tiles are also more water resistant, so they’re a great option for bathrooms, kitchens, and other water-prone areas.
The ultra-smoothness of tiles makes them very easy to wipe clean, which makes them a great choice for asthma and allergy sufferers. Tile can be one of the longest-lasting flooring options, and high quality tiles add property value to the home with their elegant look.
Tile is one of the trickiest floors to install, but that’s no issue for our dealers. The only drawback of these great floors is their hardness— they might not be the most comfortable underfoot for prolonged periods of standing, for a toddler or senior prone to falling, or for bare feet in the cold months.
The floor that needs no introduction, carpeting has been cozying up living rooms for decades. There are a handful of different types of carpets that each have a unique look and optimum function that can spruce up any area of your home.
Berber carpets, also called level loop carpets, have a tight weave that keeps out dirt and doesn’t show footprints. It can be great for a children’s play area or a hallway, but isn’t the best for pets since the loops can snag on their claws.
Frieze carpets and texture carpets use standing yarn, not loops, and so are better for pets.
Plush carpets are thicker, softer carpets made from closely packed fibers.
Carpeting is definitely the warmest and softest flooring option, and it comes in a huge variety of colors and styles. It can serve as a sound barrier, too, dampening noise in your home.
It requires a bit more maintenance than hard floors. Carpet traps more dust and dirt, so it requires regular vacuuming. It is also more likely to hold a stain. Still, with a little upkeep, a carpet floor can be a great, cozy option for the home.
Stone flooring adds a modern, sophisticated aesthetic to any space and serves as an excellent long-term investment. Stone is incredibly durable and naturally resists stains and moisture, making it one of the longest lasting flooring materials available.
There are several varieties of stone flooring available, so it’s easy to find the perfect look for any room. From the classic glitter of granite, to the rustic look of travertine or slate, to the elegant simplicity of limestone—stone flooring does it all.
Different types of stone vary in other important features, though, and it’s important to know which is best suited for your space. Granite, for example, is the most impervious, so it’s a great choice for bathrooms. You’ll also want to consider the manufacturer’s grade, which rates the quality of the stone, and the coefficient of friction, which rates how smooth a stone tile is.
How flooring installation works
Our dealers are experts who will go over every detail with you, but in a nutshell, getting a new floor just takes a few easy steps. All it takes is booking your consultation and our flooring professionals will take it from there.
- Get professional measurements
We’ll send a flooring professional to your home to take measurements. This will ensure that your quote is accurate and the flooring you order arrives ready to install.
- Choose the type of flooring you want to install
Our flooring experts will walk you through what options are best for your space and what brands are best for your budget.
- Professional flooring installation
When you’re ready for your new floor, we’ll schedule your installation. Our dealers offer a wide range of appointments to make sure you get your floor soon and at a time that works for you. Our skilled technicians work quickly and efficiently to get your floor done right.
Frequently asked questions
Our dealers are ready to answer any questions you might have about flooring installation. But to get you started, here are a few of the most common questions we encounter.
How much does flooring installation cost on average?
The cost of a flooring installation can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the type of flooring, the specific materials chosen, and the size of the area being covered.
The best way to get a cost estimate for a flooring installation is to set up a no-obligation consultation with Sam’s Club Home Install Experts™ by Service Finance, which is free for Sam’s Club Members. Our flooring professionals can help communicate which flooring options fit in your budget.
What’s offered with our flooring installation services?
Floor installation services that’s offered from Sam’s Club Home Install Experts™ by Service Finance:
- Removal of old flooring: Your old floor will likely need to be removed prior to installation of your new floor. This is typically built into the cost of your new floor installation.
- Inspection of the subflooring: The subfloor is the part of your house beneath your flooring that provides structure and holds your floors firmly in place. A subfloor in good working order is crucial to ensuring the longevity of your new floors. If it needs to be repaired in any way, or replaced, subfloor preparation will happen at this stage.
- Molding: Moldings aren’t typically included with new flooring, but can be purchased separately if you’d like your flooring installers to put them in for you. Be sure to pick them out in advance in order to accurately estimate costs and installation time.
- Overages: Some installers will quote based on the exact square footage of the room(s) getting new flooring, while others will add what’s called an “overage” to account for the additional material that will, inevitably, be needed to complete the job.
For instance, a piece of tile or a plank of hardwood may be damaged in shipping, or a tricky design might require a certain number of extra pieces to appropriately fill the space. If your quote includes an overage, ask your technician if you’ll be left with spare tiles or slats in case you need to have a section replaced later down the line.
- Finishes: Some types of floors require extra finishing during their installation. If you’ve purchased unfinished flooring, be sure your quote also includes any sanding or finishes that are to be applied. The quote should also state which sealants will be applied and how much it will cost for these extra materials and labor.
- Installation Guarantee: Some, but not all, dealers offer an installation guarantee. If your installer does indeed have one, it should be included in the quote, since that serves as the legal contract. A guarantee stated with the quote will be honored.
How long does it take for flooring installation to be completed?
The amount of time it takes for a flooring installation varies, depending on what services you’re getting, what type of floor it is, and how much area is getting new flooring.
Some factors that will increase the time needed for your flooring installation include:
- Removal of old flooring: Pulling out your old flooring and disposing of the waste can be challenging, especially if there are multiple layers of flooring that need to be removed.
- Preparation of the subfloor: A healthy subfloor is critical to the survival of your new floor, but it’s hard to know whether it has problems until your old flooring is removed. Any issues that are revealed will need to be repaired, and the subfloor will need to be leveled, before continuing with the flooring installation. This may require consulting a structural engineer.
- Preparation of the new floor: Installing flooring during extreme temperature seasons such as summer or winter creates extra challenges, but your installation professionals will know the proper precautions needed to protect the look and feel of your flooring. Extra processes needed in these cases, though, can take up to a week and a half.
- Putting down the flooring: Installing new flooring will typically take about one to four days. The actual time required will vary depending on the amount of planks or tiles being installed and the complexity of the area. For instance, if installing planks on a diagonal, it can take longer since there are more cuts. Once the installation is complete, your installer will walk you through the care and maintenance instructions with you and ensure you’re 100% satisfied.
How to get expert installation services
When you’re ready to get started, set up you free consultation in three easy steps:
- Get in Touch
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- Book a free consultation
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