Cost to Install Engineered Wood Floor
Our engineered wood flooring costs for 2020 calculator allows you to figure by dimension.
Includes all labor, materials and supplies needed for installing engineered wood
based on entered floor footage measurements. Results are approximations based
on wood floor installs in the United States. Total cost sums exclude any taxes
charged for both materials and labor amounts.
Options for Installing Engineered Wood Flooring:
1 Take the measurement rounded to the next foot.
Inclusions and Exclusions
Included is the installing of engineered flooring from thicknesses of 5/16" and
3/8", on up to 3/4" thick and with face widths up to 5 1/4" wide, in
a single direction, excluding any accents or patterns in the field. The completed floor may be laid overtop
prior flooring, wood sufbloor or concrete slab.
Engineered Floor Labor, Materials & Supplies notes:
The labor component charged to the project only.
Includes all materials and supplies needed for prepping and
clearing the subsurface. Such as minor leveling of floor with floor compound and resecuring wood subfloors.
Includes all labor & materials for placing underlayment however special underlayments for sound
deadening may uncur an extra fee of roughly $.30 to $.40 per foot.
Includes securing engineered slats or slat sections by glue
or adhesive for concrete and floating floor applications and securing by nails or staples for wood based subfloors.
Labor for install includes making undercuts for fits under door jambs. Installing shoe mould or quarter round at perimeter
baseboard is also included. Materials allocates an amount for waste cuts.
Includes supplying and installing engineered transition strips
or end caps at bordering areas. All floor surfaces to be placed hidden beneath baseboards.
Final cleanup and disposal of waste is allocated within these amounts.
Amounts for the labor portion per specific geographic locales may fluctuate based
on the particular zip code by 15% to 18% and greater.