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You won’t necessarily save money by DIYing a flooring installation

That is such a big myth and, while you can do-it-yourself with some, there are also flooring materials that require special skills and tools to complete the installation.

It also begs the question: Do you just want to install the floor, or do you want it installed correctly? Some flooring requires special tools and skills that only experience can bring to complete the installation in a beautiful and precise manner.

You’ll also save money in the long-term. For one, professional installers often pay wholesale because that is their work, but you’ll pay retail. Another is that it could void the warranty; many manufacturers include specifications that must be followed or they will not cover any damages, even those not caused by the homeowner.

The Floor Source & More lives by these words: “Customers will long remember poor service” so we do it right the first time.

We’re also your go-to for floors, and home improvement needs. We have 40 years of experience and boast an impressive inventory of carpet, hardwood, laminate, luxury vinyl, waterproof flooring, tile, vinyl, glass mosaics, and cork.

We also provide services, such as kitchen and bath remodeling, countertop installation, hardwood refinishing, and more.

Our showroom is in Southlake, TX and we service Southlake, Trophy Club, Keller, North Richland Hills, and Colleyville.
Flooring installation in Southlake, TX area from The Floor Source & More

Other flooring facts

  • Create a realistic budget and determine alternatives where necessary. How much can you afford, including everything, not just product? If you are yearning for a certain look, say, wood, tile, or stone but your wallet says no, would you be willing to consider more affordable alternatives, such as luxury vinyl?
  • Explore your lifestyle. Do you have a large or small family? Pets? Do you entertain frequently? Are there any other needs for an extra-durable floor? What is your style, and will it fit in with the rest of your home decor and architecture?
  • In what room do you plan to install? If the room has direct sunlight, know that some materials can fade or change colors.
  • Create a realistic budget and determine alternatives where necessary. Be sure to let your floor expert know, so that he or she can give you tips for protecting your floors.
  • Speaking of do-it-yourself, if it is your priority, there are two materials that provide a DIY-friendly installation: laminate and vinyl (either traditional or luxury). Both are “floating” installations, which means that they can usually be installed over any existing flooring, even concrete as long as it’s completely dry. Both can either be glued down, or if there are pieces, such as planks, they just click and lock together.
This is one of the biggest, if not the biggest investment you’ll make in your home, so you want the installation done right the first time.