but you know what they say about getting what you pay for.
If you hit a medium, you would pay about $3 sqft and you can probably add $2-$3 for installation.
We got PERGO in our last house and we loved it; it was easy to keep clean, didn't dent, and showed no wear after 4 years. I highly recommend.
The story goes that Europeans would put Pergo in their rental, and take it with them when they moved.
A bit of a tough one to answer considering the different types of flooring. I would suggest calling a couple different flooring companies to speak to some of their reps and hopefully set up a free consultation.
If you're looking for referrals on contractors that can help you further I am happy to help.
Lance King/Owner-Managing Broker
Why don't you call a flooring company and ask the same question, at least that way you can be asked all the pertinent questions to get a ball park number.