I pay crews $.80/Sf for run of the mill straight lay on most LVP or LVT products. Up to $1.50 for designer layouts, but $1.25 is typical. Underlayment, floor prep, quarter round, etc., is additional.
P.S. If this is one big room (I'm unclear if it is or not) you should lay this almost as fast as straight lay if it doesn't have any accent strips or anything. Even two or three rooms will go fast if it isn't real cut up.
i just have no idea where anyone would pay 3 bucks a ft to install some vinyl plank, i would take 2 guys(150 a day) and myself @ $1 finish in prolly 3 hrs if it is 1 room and 4 to 6 hrs if it is chopped up, and pocket 2700 bucks and go home to the family with a smile
We have done thousands of feet for lvt. The going rate for commercial is about $1.25 psf. Residential you can get $3 in some markets. The biggest tip I can give you is, if you have cross lighting and there wont be a lot of fixtures, make sure the floor is flat. Vlt telegraphs the condition of the sub floor and things you wouldn't expect to show do. Maybe not right away, but over time and a picky customer can tear your work apart.
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