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    Max Peterson
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Lodi experiences 98°F summers on average, so floors that don't trap the scorching heat are a must. A professional flooring service can help keep your space comfortable, but which one should you choose? These Lodi, CA flooring installers offer a knowledgeable team, a comprehensive selection, and excellent value.

Best for Eco-Friendly Options
Floor Coverings International logo
4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

  • International product catalog
  • In-home consultations
  • Highly positive reputation among customers
Most Convenient
Empire Today logo
4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

  • Complementary in-home consultations
  • Wide variety of product choices
  • Products for every budget/style/need
Best for Hardwood
LL Flooring logo
4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

  • Hundreds of locations across U.S. and Canada
  • DIY-friendly
  • Affordable prices and special financing options

10 Best Flooring Companies in Lodi

Brands are algorithmically curated from a database of local service providers near you. We require a minimum number of Google reviews and average ratings for provider inclusion.

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Floor Coverings International Roseville Logo
Top Rated

Floor Coverings International Roseville

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 44 reviews


915 Highland Pointe Dr STE 250, Roseville, CA 95678

(916) 905-5060

roseville.floorcoveringsinternational...
Featured Partner
LL Flooring Logo
Top Rated

LL Flooring

4.3/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 27 reviews


8777 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove, CA 95624

(916) 226-1746

www.llflooring.com/stores/ca/elk-grov...
Accent Carpet One Floor & Home Logo

Accent Carpet One Floor & Home

4.6/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 22 reviews


431 S Cherokee Ln, Lodi, CA 95240

(209) 210-2585

www.accentcarpetone.com

Flooring Liquidators

4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 95 reviews


3939 Hammer Ln, Stockton, CA 95212

(209) 461-6320

flooringliquidators.net
ABC Tile Logo

ABC Tile

4.4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 56 reviews


7932 N El Dorado St, Stockton, CA 95210

(209) 952-7000

www.abctile.net
Better Flooring Outlet Logo

Better Flooring Outlet

4.4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 39 reviews


3713 E Hammer Ln, Stockton, CA 95212

(209) 951-9400

betterflooringoutlet.com
Tile Outlet Logo

Tile Outlet

4.7/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 22 reviews


421 N Hunter St, Stockton, CA 95202

(209) 948-0800

www.tileoutletstockton.com
Blue Ribbon Flooring Logo

Blue Ribbon Flooring

4.2/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 26 reviews


Lismore Dr, Elk Grove, CA 95624

(916) 249-7956

www.blueribbonfloor.com

Abbey Flooring Design Center

4.5/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 63 reviews


3233 Dwight Rd, Elk Grove, CA 95758

(916) 691-3440

elkgrove.abbeycarpet.com

National Flooring & Supply

4.4/5

Ratings are based on our detailed proprietary methodology and review standards.

Based on 35 reviews


2010 Elkins Way, Brentwood, CA 94513

(925) 634-4111

www.nfsbrentwood.com

Facts about Lodi

  • Average Max Temperature:
    76°F
  • Average Min Temperature:
    50°F
  • Average Daily Precipitation:
    0.04”
  • Median Home Size:
    1,917 sqft
  • Homeownership Rate:
    57%
  • Most Popular Flooring Type:
    Tile

Popular Types of Flooring

Flooring varies greatly in price and design. Here's what to know about each type.

Hardwood Flooring

The appeal of hardwood floors stands the test of time. With shades including cherry, maple, oak, walnut, and more, it can fit any design without sacrificing durability. However, it's one of the most expensive flooring materials and requires consistent maintenance. At a minimum, you'll need to use specialty cleaning products regularly and restore its finish every few years. Since it's susceptible to water damage, it's also not suitable for bathrooms, laundry rooms, or basements.

Engineered Wood Flooring

Engineered wood gives you the beauty of hardwood without the strict maintenance. They use a plywood foundation with a layer of real hardwood on top – ultimately cutting your costs. While it's less likely to warp than true hardwood, it sounds more hollow to walk on and can't be refinished more than once.

Laminate Flooring

Laminate floors come in wood and tile finishes, but they all have a particle board base. A strong plastic coating gives them resilience against scratches and simplifies cleaning. However, it's more susceptible to water damage and chipping.

Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring has superior moisture and fading resistance and is easy to maintain. Popular options include luxury vinyl tile (LVT) and luxury vinyl plank (LVP), with both having equal durability and longevity depending on the model you buy. The price for installing vinyl flooring sits comfortably between wood and laminate.

Tile Flooring

Tile flooring is another classy design that can endure for years. Like vinyl, it requires minimal maintenance and is easy to clean. As such, it's an excellent choice for moisture-prone spaces like bathrooms and kitchens. However, it might not work well for bedrooms and living rooms since it's cooler and less grippy to walk on. Pricing fluctuates between styles, with porcelain carrying a higher price tag than ceramic.

Stone Flooring

Stone floors are among the most waterproof available. You can choose from a variety of bold design options, including marble, travertine, sandstone, and granite. Despite its unique flair, it's not easy to clean, and long-term maintenance could be a bit more expensive.

Linoleum Flooring

With attentive maintenance, linoleum floors can endure for decades. It is a budget-friendly choice with many methods for personalization. However, it can readily become damaged and has been known to lose its original coloring when exposed to sunlight. The sun's rays also lead linoleum to fade over time, and it may not be suitable for areas with excess moisture.

Carpet

Carpet is the most affordable flooring option. It can make a space feel more cozy and is great for muffling sound. You don’t have to fret about scratches or dents, and the cushioning makes it a safer choice for young children. However, the fibrous material easily retains odors, moisture, and stains, which isn't ideal for allergy sufferers in Lodi's perennially-high pollen levels.

How to Choose a Lodi Flooring Company

Choosing the right installer significantly affects your new floor's longevity. We recommend assessing different companies using the following criteria.

Reputation and Reviews

The first thing to note is whether a company is known for good service and high-quality work. Check review sites like Google, the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Trustpilot, and Yelp to see what previous clients have to say. Every flooring installer will have a mix of praise and criticism online. If a company resolves complaints in an amicable and satisfactory way, it's generally a good sign. However, if you find more negative reviews than positive ones, it's better to steer clear.

Portfolio and References

Most flooring contractors keep portfolios of their previous work. We recommend requesting a copy so you can look over the crew's craftsmanship. It's also customary to ask for references from previous customers. Once you have their contact information, contact them to ask about their experiences.

Specialization and Services

Look for a company that specializes in the type of flooring you're interested in. For example, a crew might be experienced with carpet but not stone. An installer's service offerings can also make a difference. At the very least, you should choose a provider that will dispose of your old flooring materials. However, businesses can also offer refinishing services or design consultations.

Cost

While cost shouldn't be the most important factor when choosing a flooring company, it's still important to find one that matches your budget. We recommend getting quotes from three to five companies to compare prices. You can do this fully online or by requesting complimentary on-site estimates.

Warranties and Guarantees

You should look for two different warranties in your company search. A manufacturer's warranty protects you in case of a product defect, while an installer's warranty covers workmanship. While a few manufacturers and contractors have lifetime warranties, most are still tied to a specific time period (often ten years.) If you'd like additional coverage, you might be able to pay extra for an extended warranty.

Estimated Timeline

You don't want your flooring project to last longer than expected. Request an estimated timeline up-front and ask about potential delays. Communicate your expectations clearly and get any guarantees in writing.

Frequently Asked Questions about Flooring in Lodi

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