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Check this box if you would like us to supply the flooring material. If you will have the materials on site, then leave unchecked

Only populate this box if the square footage of your project is over 150 square feet

Do not include upper hallway in this calculation. See question #4 for upper hallway calculation Square footage of area is calculated simply by multiplying the length of a room (or area) by its width

Choose the new type of flooring material to be installed

If hallway is greater than 150 square feet, just input 150 here. Add remainder of square footage to question #2. For example, if you have a 200 square foot upper hallway, you would input 150 in this box and add 50 to the calculation in question #2. Or just enter 50 in question #2 if no other flooring was previously inputted. (This reduces your costs)

Square footage of area is calculated simply by multiplying the length of a room (or area) by its width

Choose the new type of hallway flooring material to be installed

Enter total length of new baseboards & shoe trim in linear feet. If your plans are to provide and install baseboards and trim yourself then leave box blank

To calculate linear feet of baseboard and trim, simply add up all lengths of walls that will need new baseboards & trim atop floors

Enter total length of new straight bullnose/footrails in linear feet. Bullnose/footrails are the pieces of wood that finish the edge of a floor or landing. If you have a balcony area atop stairs, spindles will be inserted into the bullnose/footrail.

To calculate linear feet of bullnose/footrail , simply add up all needed lengths

Enter total length of new curve bullnose/footrail in linear feet. Curve bullnose/footrails are needed when the floors edge is curved. This needs to be finished with a custom made bullnose/footrail to fit your specific situation To measure the curve bullnose/footrail distance, simply measure along the inside of the curve from one side to the other side.

To calculate linear feet of curve bullnose/footrail, simply add all the lengths of curved edges needed to be covered.

Enter the primary type of flooring that will need to be removed. If you are removing the old flooring yourself then just leave this option blank. Please keep in mind, floor removal means floor preparation also. This means that the new floor is ready to be installed. For example, all underpad, tack strip around floor edges, nails and underpad staples have been removed and floor has been swept

Square footage of area is calculated by multiplying the length by its width

A selection here is only necessary if you are removing more than one type of flooring. For example you may want us to remove carpet everywhere with the exception of ceramic tiles in the foyer. Here is where you would choose “Tile”

Square footage of area is calculated by multiplying the length by its width

This question refers to any existing bullnose/footrail that will not be removed, but you would like the colour changed to match new scheme

Do not include any new bullnose/footrail that will be installed. If newly installed bullnose/footrail staining is desired, this will be calculated in question No. 14

Linear feet is calculated simply by adding all measured length’s of existing bullnose/footrail together.

Check this box if you would like us to prefinish new bullnose/footrails to your desired colour.

This includes carpet and underpad, as well as wood scraps and all other job related garbage. This charge can be avoided. We can leave the waste from the job neatly in the garage if desired.