Commercial Flooring Do It Yourself Can Be a Costly Alternative
When you are considering cutting corners and installing your own commercial flooring, you may find pricing on carpeting, hardwood or tiles that will be too good to be true. The fact is, it usually is. In the interest of saving time and money, purchasing decisions are made without considering hidden costs of buying the flooring. Unforeseen and incidental costs always arise increasing the overall cost of the the deal that was too good to be true.
Ordering commercial flooring may look like a bargain but the price will generally only includes the cost of the material and nothing else. The indirect costs associated with self-installation can make this option more expensive than having the entire project managed and installed by a professional commercial flooring provider like Studio Floors in Winnipeg.
Nightmares can become reality when unsuspecting business owners are surprised by the delivery of rolls of rubber or vinyl flooring only to find the products to be nearly immovable once they are on premise. These flooring types are extremely heavy and difficult to maneuver. Most business owners never realize professional commercial flooring providers coordinate pallet jacks and forklifts to move heavy materials.
Good intentions and inexperience often will end up with a finished project that is less than ideal. Here are are few nuggets that you should be aware of that can go wrong while you are saving money doing it yourself.
Increased risk of injury
Permit or Building code violations
Time and Product waste
Unknowingly creating future problems
Ordering discount flooring for your Winnipeg or Manitoba commercial application, may be more effort and $ than you bargained for. Hidden costs and headaches lurk behind every corner. Our professionals at Studio Floors are equipped with the knowledge and tools to ensure your flooring project is done right, on time and on budget.