After years of working nonstop, I’ll finally be able to retire and get some rest and sort out some domestic issues and do some renovations like changing the floor and painting the outside of my house that I haven’t painted in years. The painting is relatively quiet since I’ve done this job in the past and I understand a little. I don’t think it’s difficult to change the floor because I’ve already changed it once, but I’d like to install something different like vinyl flooring and the first step for that would be researching about vinyl flooring price.The second step would be to install but my brother has already installed this type of vinyl flooring in addition to laminate flooring several times and it would certainly help me, so it wouldn’t be a problem. My only job would be the research part because even if I have a reserve in store, I don’t want to spend large amounts at once and that’s why I’m aiming for the maximum.In my research, I found that there are numerous variables in the price of vinyl flooring such as thickness, synthetic material used in the composition of the product, the quality of the material in addition to the quantity demanded because the greater the quantity, the cheaper the unit piece.The conclusion I reached in my research on vinyl planks was:Cheap floors average between $0.65 – $1.39 per sq. ft., have a longevity of 5-10 years, and have a poor selection.Low-cost/Basic floors average between $1.40 – $2.39 per sq. ft have a longevity of 5-12 years and good selection.Mid-price/Better floors average $2.40 – $3.99 per sq. ft have a longevity of 15-20 years and excellent selection.And finally, the High-cost/Best floors, which cost an average of $4.00 – $6.00+, have a longevity of 15-25 years and an excellent selection.
Among these options, the one that I judged to be the most necessary in my demand was the Mid-price/Better planks, as they are of excellent quality and within my budget.