You might be better off waiting until you are ready financially to get the job done with better quality product than rush and get the cheapest product you can find IMO! You also don't want the cheapest installer or you might regret it later. There's usually more work involved with upstairs so add extra cost for nosings if you don't have any, rescrewing subfloor, etc.artlan wrote: ↑Mar 11th, 2018 1:04 pmHello my fellow RFDers,
We are moving into a new house and wanted to replace the carpet on the 2nd floor with hardwood to match the staircase and our 1st floor. With all the mounting expenses, we are not really looking to spend more than $3.50 - 4.00 sq. ft.
This is the colour we want at 3.25":
and need around $650-700 sqft total. We were quoted $4.60 per sq. ft. for this wood/brand. Anyone can suggest a retailer that can sell same colour/grade for a lower price that fits within out budget? Willing to pay cash.
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