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Hartco Hardwood Flooring Prices
Hartco is among the most popular brands of hardwood flooring. The brand has developed a reputation for creativity and design freedom, offering unique styles, designs, details and a number of exotic wood species.
Hartco recently became a division and Armstrong and was renamed Armstrong Floors by Hartco. However, the brand retains the unique qualities and fresh approach to flooring designs that have earned it such a great reputation.
About Hartco Hardwood Flooring
Hartco offers both solid hardwood flooring and less-expensive engineered wood flooring. Choose between a wide variety of wood choices: ash, birch, cherry, elm, hickory, maple, oak, pecan, walnut, and exotic woods like jatoba, cabreuva, and lapacho. Opt for high gloss, medium gloss, or low gloss.
In addition to those choices, with Hartco you can also choose your desired look. Choose distressed, hand-scraped, specialty, traditional, or parquet.
Hartco flooring is sold in three basic sizes:
- Strip - less than 3" wide
- Plank - 3 to 4 ¾" wide
- Wide plank – 5" wide and greater
Lastly, Hartco flooring is available in varying levels of installation complexity. There are beginner styles for the inexperienced do-it-yourselfer, as well as intermediate and advanced styles.
Hartco Hardwood Flooring Average Costs
The price of Hartco hardwood flooring varies greatly from project to project. It all depends on the type of flooring you select, the look and finish, the size of your rooms and which specialty design features you select.
Generally, budget about $3 to $7 for materials. In addition, plan to spend around $3 to $5 per square foot for installation and about $2 per square foot for removal and haul away of your old flooring. If your subfloor is concrete, you'll also need to add a plywood subfloor to create a moisture barrier, which will add a significant chunk to the total purchase price.
To get a better idea of what you can expect to pay, let's say you're buying hardwood flooring for a 15x18-foot living room. Assume that you don't need a subfloor, but do need the old carpet removed. According to Armstrong's price estimator:
- Engineered maple would run $2,100 to $2,300 for materials alone. Total project cost, including installation, will run $2,750 to $3,400.
- Engineered jatoba would cost about $2,500 to $2,900 for materials and about $3,400 to $3,700 for materials and installation.