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Can You Find Cheap Flooring For A Kitchen?

Can You Find Cheap Flooring For A Kitchen?

Finding cheap kitchen flooring doesn’t really relate to the quality of the product, but more on the price. You don’t want a cheap floor, you want something that’s monetarily advantageous. That’s why you shop, research, and take your time to find the best deals and discounts available to you. You tirelessly check through online discount sites and actual stores searching to find the best deal for your money. Looking at endless options like vinyl, tile, linoleum, laminates and solid woods in search for the perfect floor.

One things for sure, you can install a new kitchen floor usually very frugally and still be extremely satisfied with the outcome. You can find reduced and discounted options available almost any day of the week, you just need to make sure that you get good quality for the money you are going to spend. Otherwise, you’ll likely be replacing sooner than you think.

That’s why one of the most important things you can do when looking for your new kitchen floor is research. Then you’ll find what types of flooring materials you like and why as well as get a good general idea of their respective price ranges. Then, when you are presented with a deal, you’ll be knowledgeable enough to decide whether you are truly getting a great deal or not.

Finding cheap kitchen flooring doesn't relate to the quality of the productOne of the best places to start your flooring quest is online. The internet is loaded with all sorts of great resources, in fact most all major manufacturers from Armstrong to Teragren have websites dedicated to their products and most include a special section for reduced or discounted items. With that information you can arm yourself with all the specifics you’ll need before you ever step foot in a local home improvement store. This will help you to narrow down your choices to the ones you like as well as get a general idea of how much each one of them cost. Plus, you never know, you may find that you discover an online discount flooring retailer that’s selling the exact same thing you saw in your local store much cheaper. Plus, one of the cool things I’ve noticed is that a lot of these online retailers will now mail you samples of products so you can get a quick look at color, design and texture in your hands before you ever part with all that hard earned cash.

When you do actually go to your local stores, go ready to learn without the intent that you have to buy something today. There’s nothing worse than a pushy salesman and if you come across one, take a walk and find another that you can talk to or simply leave. Take a notebook with you and keep notes of the different types of floors, which ones you liked, how much they cost, and any installation charges that may be incurred to have them professionally installed. Talk with them and see if what they are saying is matching up with the information you’ve already gathered from another store or online. It’s always good to comparison shop before making a major purchase like this.

Here’s another quick tip for you:
A lot of your locally owned flooring stores set their own overhead and pricing. There’s no better time than now to start to learn that free trade and barter still works. Take a chance and barter with them. Let them see where you’ve found that exact same flooring online and just how much cheaper it was. Ask them if they’ll match the price if you let them install it as well. Just make sure you know what their installation rate is first so they don’t try to raise that on you to where your cheap kitchen flooring just became like a regular sale. What’s the worse they can do? Say “no”? Ok, no problem, just move on to the next one.

I’m seeing more and more of these discount flooring outlets and stores popping up all over the place where I live. If you are having a problem finding them, go to the online yellow pages at http://www.yellowpages.com and do a quick search for flooring in your city. I just did it for mine and there were 47! I knew there were a lot but I had no idea there were that many.

AS long as in the end you are getting the highest quality flooring that you love at the cheapest price you can afford, then you’ve done your job and will be happy with your kitchen for years to come. Just make sure that they are durable. There’s nothing worse than thinking you’ve got a deal on something only to be disappointed with it’s performance down the road.

Just because you get cheap kitchen flooring doesn’t mean that you have a cheap looking floor. It just means you’re a smart consumer. You did your homework. You stuck to your plan and stayed within your budget and saved yourself some money on a beautiful new floor in the long run. It may take you a while longer than you are used to, but if you plan your search and stick to your plan, you can do it.

Choosing your kitchen floor is a bigger decision than most people realize. It sets the backdrop for your entire space. It’s something that lasts longer than a loaf of bread and bottle of milk so you’ll have to live with it for a while. Also note, buying floors for the kitchen will typically be one of the most expensive purchases that you will make for that area so you might as well take your time and try and save yourself some money by finding some cheap kitchen flooring.


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  • Jared

    I think using bamboo flooring in kitchen is pretty good. It’s eco-friendly and it doesn’t look bad at all. Of course there are other alternatives.

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    • Chris

      I agree Jared, there’s a definite plus for being environmentally friendly these days as we definitely have problems restoring and renewing limited resources that our Mother Earth provides. Sometimes we tend to not think of it at all but as decades pass, it’s getting more and more evident the stress that we put on her. I really like the look of some of the newer bamboo flooring that’s hitting the market these days like the tiger stripped. Defintely unique. There are definitely other cheaper options out there other than bamboo, as sometimes that can be pricey depending on what variety you are getting, but overall, it’s not that much more expensive than other kitchen flooring options when you weigh in installation and other expenses.

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