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Vinyl Buying Guide Questions

Installing vinyl flooring can be a great way to give your home a facelift for a fair price. Offering a wide assortment of colors and designs, vinyl works well with a variety of rooms and décor. However, before filling up your shopping cart, it's a good idea to get your facts straight. When it comes purchasing vinyl floors, there can be just as many steps as there are pattern choices.

Get your floor project plans in order with help from our 3 vinyl installation questions below. Each question comes complete with a sample project planning worksheet and example answers. All you have to do is print a blank worksheet (by clicking on the link), fill it out, and start shopping!

The worksheet information comes in very handy when speaking to flooring professionals. Save time – and maybe even a few dollars – on your vinyl floor purchase.

Jumpstart your flooring project today by first figuring out how much material you need, with help from our Flooring Estimator Tool (located on the homepage).

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Vinyl flooring installation project planning checklist.

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Where are you going to install vinyl flooring?

This worksheet helps you decide which type of vinyl flooring works best for the part of your home where it will be installed.

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Do you have a budget?

Fill in the cost of each item of your flooring project on the worksheet as you get quotes and estimates. You'll be able to get a pretty good idea of what the whole job will cost.

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Are you going to use financing?

If you need financing, you want to get the best deal. Use this table to keep notes and compare offers from different lenders.

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