These estimates are for BASIC work performed in serviceable conditions by qualified trade professionals using MID GRADE materials. Work not mentioned on this page and/or work using master craftsman, premium materials and project supervision will result in HIGHER COSTS!
These estimates are NOT substitutes for written quotes from trade professionals. Homewyse strongly recommends that you contact reputable professionals for accurate assessments of work required and costs for your project - before making any decisions or commitments.
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Expect to pay in the higher end of the price range for a licensed, insured and reputable pro - and for complex or rush projects.
To lower Carpet Removal costs: combine related projects, minimize options/extras and be flexible about project scheduling.
TON'S Hauling Omaha charges $.55 per square foot.
Basic labor to remove carpet with favorable site conditions. Detach carpet from tack strip and adjacent surfaces. Cut carpet into haul able pieces. Remove worn carpet pad and tack strips. Remove all debris from home and dispose of legally. Includes planning, equipment and material acquisition, area preparation and protection, setup and cleanup.
Costs: $0.55 per Square Foot. or Curbside pick up from $60-150 per truck load.
How much should it cost to remove 600 sqf old carpet?
I just bought a house and I am planning to install vinyl plank flooring myself, but I think I should hire someone to remove old carpet. Is it a costly job?
Carpet removal from TON'S Hauling Omaha answer 1:
We charge $0.55/sqft. so in your case, it would cost $330. However, that does NOT guarantee that the subflooring underneath will be ready for vinyl plank laying. There may be screwing down of the subfloor, filling of knot holes and cush, sanding, etc needed to prepare the surface for vinyl plank. Alternatively, the contractor may (as commonly occurs) just say with the labor involved in getting the subfloor ready, it is cheaper to put down a 1/4" flooring prep sheet - called underlayment, usually a particle board product.