May 18, 2005 5:21 PM Subscribe
I have a friend who wants to buy a sweet (and cheap!) fixer-upper in an up-and-coming section of Philadelphia. Thing is, she'll need to do a lot of work to renovate it, including putting in new floors...
posted by AlexReynolds to home & garden (14 answers total)
She's got family who've agreed to help with the work, so that'll save on labor. What are good-quality hardwood flooring options, the amount and skill-level of labor involved, and rough pricing? She's interested in the gamut: from Ikea flooring kits to the real stuff. Thanks!