There are many types of flooring and tons of styles to choose from.  From hardwood to laminate and carpet to tile, homeowners have a lot to decide on if they want to replace or upgrade their existing floors.  Our flooring center here can help you find a flooring professional that can provide estimates, schedule the job to be completed, and help you get more information to make the right decisions.  You can also get quickly see local flooring pros near you to get matched with 3 pros to get the job done fast.

Our flooring center is a great place to start if you want to know how much ceramic tile cost to install, help with getting a pet stain out of carpets, and hardwood floor cost, plus more.

Tile Flooring

Although it looks and feels like wood, bamboo is actually a grass. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Kent T. of Ossining, N.Y.)
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If you're looking for eco-friendly flooring, research the composition of the flooring, as well as the adhesives and glues.
cherry hardwood floors and cabinets in kitchen
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Learn the benefits of different types of kitchen flooring.
This member had his the old tile floor in the foyer replaced with new porcelain tile. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Harkrishan D. of Jericho, N.Y.)
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Tile flooring offers water resistance, cool comfort and a great aesthetic. But when the time comes for replacement can you simply lay down new over existing, or should you rip out what's in place?
Don’t forget to consider the grout when you choose the tile for your kitchen or bathroom. (Image courtesy of Habitar Design)
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Angie's List founder Angie Hicks answers a member’s question about the possible causes of loose shower grout.
marble slab being hoisted by heavy equipment
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As an initial cost estimate, most homeowners incur about $10-$20 per square foot for marble installation, including labor and material costs.