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It is probably preferable to leave laying a PVC or wooden floor to a professional. This way you can be sure that everything is properly measured and tightened. Describe what needs to be done and make an appointment with a handyman in your area.

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Have your PVC floor laid by a certified professional

PVC flooring is a favorite for many people because of its desirable properties. Although laying a PVC floor may not seem too exciting, there are a number of things to consider. Awkward nooks and crannies can be problematic, as very precise cuts have to be made. In addition, the floor must be properly levelled if you are going to glue on the PVC. After all, you don't want a bumpy floor that wears out more quickly. For these reasons, many people choose to hire a professional to lay the PVC floor. What does it cost to lay a PVC floor?

Costs of laying a PVC floor

You're probably curious about: What does a PVC floor cost? The cost of PVC flooring installation varies from floor to floor. For example, a click PVC floor usually costs only 7 to 10 euros per square meter. Gluing a PVC floor with strips costs an average of 18 to 21 euros per square meter. Finally, you can choose to glue a PVC floor in patterns. For this you have to be prepared to pay 25 to 30 euros per square meter. In addition, the floor specialist also charges his fair hourly rate. In most cases the hourly rate is between 45 and 65 euros. Often you will spend in total about 18 to 30 euros per square meter for the floor itself and the labor costs of the flooring specialist.

Other factors that influence the PVC floor price

In addition to the factors already discussed, there are other choices and circumstances that influence the price of having a PVC floor laid. ' What does a PVC floor installation cost ' is therefore not a question to which there is a simple answer. Consider, for example, the room where you want to lay the PVC floor. Is this a rectangular room with few recesses, small corners, radiator pipes? This will make laying the PVC floor cheaper and easier. If there are many small recesses to be filled, then this is not only time-consuming, but you also lose part of the PVC, because of cutting loss. So you are left with leftovers.

By the way, it is good to remember that no matter how straight your room may seem, you will always have to deal with cutting loss. It is therefore wise to buy enough PVC strips, because if you find out afterwards that you are short, so you have to buy extra strips, there is a good chance that there will be a color difference.

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