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5 WAYS TO SAVE ON HARDWOOD FLOORING.

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5 WAYS TO SAVE ON HARDWOOD FLOORING.

Everybody loves the look of hardwood floors. But that great look comes at a cost. Here you’ll find Timberline Hardwood Floors’ five tips for saving on your next hardwood flooring purchase. Like what you read? Please pass the information along to your customers and co-workers.

 
1. Buy inventory over custom

Think of buying hardwood floors like buying a car. What do you think you’ll get the best deal on? A car you custom order, or a car the dealer already has sitting on the lot? Of course, you’ll save the most if it’s the one that’s already in inventory. The same goes for hardwoods. You can shop Timberline’s vast inventory to save big on your next project.

 
2. Buy direct from the manufacturer

Like anything else you buy, the more people that touch it, the higher the markup is going to be. So when it comes to buying hardwood floors, skip the middle men and buy direct from Timberline Hardwood Floors at a price you have to see to believe.

 
3. Shop online

Whether you’re buying boots, or 2,300 square feet of hardwood flooring, it often pays to shop online. In fact, you’re only a click away from Timberline Hardwood Floors’ exclusive online deals. Check them out today – and check back often for even more savings.  

 
4. Install yourself

While installing hardwood floors properly is hard work, the process can be learned for experienced DIYers. And the savings can be immense. However, if you’re unsure of your abilities, hiring a professional will probably be worth the added cost in the long run.

 
5. Skip the shipping

Buying from a local manufacturer can not only save you money to begin with, picking your order up yourself can save you hundreds or even thousands in freight/shipping costs. Renting a van or flatbed can be an affordable alternative.

Ready to save on your next hardwood flooring purchase? Contact Timberline today.

One thought on “5 WAYS TO SAVE ON HARDWOOD FLOORING.

  1. I like the recommendation to buy inventory instead of custom wood. It makes sense that this could help me save as custom wood might take longer to get, be more expensive due to extra shipping, and more effort on everyone part. It’s something to remember when remodeling my kitchen as I don’t want to get in over my head with luxuries I don’t need or that I could’ve saved on.

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