Laying floor tiles is one way to change a room from ordinary to extraordinary and today’s flooring materials make it an almost instant transformation whether it's installed by a professional or a handy DIY homeowner. Whoever does the work the room takes on a whole new personality.
By Gene and
Vinyl, carpet and parquet floor tiles are in the easy-to-install category because they are usually backed with adhesive and with a little experience cutting them can be mastered. In many homes vinyl tiles are laid and create an almost instant makeover for a kitchen or family room. Carpet tiles are easy on the feet in a bedroom or anywhere you want a nice soft surface underfoot. And the tiles can also be used as an area rug when that's the look you want. You can't beat parquet tiles in a living or dining room to add a touch of elegance and and create a handsome backdrop for area rugs. Ceramic floor tiles are laid in thinset mortar with grout and require more time and talent, but it's well worth the effort. The durable surface of this tough material makes it ideal in heavy traffic areas like a foyer, back entry or bathroom.
In the job costs you'll find the DIY and Contractor costs for installing these popular floor tiles. Enter your ZIP code in the cost box for each project to adjust the price to where you live.
Cost to Install Vinyl Tiles in a 12x15 foot room
Cost to Install Carpet Tiles in a 12x15 foot room
Cost to Install Parquet Tiles in a 10x12 foot room
Cost to Install Ceramic Tiles in a 8x10 foot room
Cost to Install Cork Tiles in a 10x12 foot room
Cost to install Linoleum Tiles in a 12x15 foot room
Cost to Install Quarry Tiles in a 10x15 foot room
Cost to Install Marble Tiles in a 10x10 foot room
Cost to Install Garage Floor Tiles in a 18x22 foot garage
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