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Tile Flooring
Wood Look Tile Flooring

Choosing Your Wood-Look Tile Flooring

Wood-look tile flooring continues to grow in popularity. Manufacturers have noticed and make more styles and colors than ever before. If you know that real hardwood isn’t right for your home but want the look of wood, here are some tips for choosing the right wood-look tile. Begin your decision-making process with the item on...
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Hardwood Flooring

Choosing the Right Flooring for Each Room

If you’re considering new flooring in your entire home, you may be wondering what is the best material for each room. Although hardwood flooring can be a great choice for much of your home, it’s not the best option for your entire home. Of course, the right flooring option for your family, lifestyle, taste and...
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5 Decisions You Need to Make About Your New Flooring

When you start looking at new flooring for your home, you quickly realize you have many decisions to make. Because new flooring is a significant investment, you should take the time to make the right decisions. At the beginning of the process, most homeowners think that the only real decisions are the type of flooring...
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wood-look tile

Choosing Between Wood-Look Tile and Engineered Wood Flooring

If you have decided that real hardwood floors won’t work for your family but you don’t want laminate, there are other options that still look like wood. In our previous blog, we discussed laminate versus engineered wood. Because wood-look tile is growing in popularity and tile is a common choice for Pinellas County homeowners, we...
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flooring estimate

What Goes into a New Flooring Estimate?

Some flooring companies offer free in-home estimates while others ask for the room’s dimension and provide an estimate but don’t guarantee that price until after you’ve signed a contract. It’s logical that the actual cost of the material is included in the new flooring estimate, but your flooring company will need to account for additional...
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porcelain tile floor palm harbor

When Should I Consider Porcelain Tile?

Porcelain tile is slightly different from ceramic in both composition and strength. Manufactured from a sand-like material using heat and pressure, porcelain is both stronger and denser than ceramic tile. The Tile Council of North America differentiates these two tiles based on the amount of water absorption, with ceramic tile being one that absorbs more...
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wood look tile east lake tarpon springs

Love the Look of Wood Flooring but Want Tile Floors?

Many Tampa Bay area homeowners love the look of wood flooring but because of their lifestyle or the pool in the backyard, they know that tile floors are a better option. Tile manufacturers have taken notice and created incredible lines of wood plank tiles. Seer Flooring has extensive experience installing tile flooring including wood plank...
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best bathroom floor palm harbor

Best Bathroom Flooring Options

Bathroom flooring is different than flooring in other parts of the home. You need something that can withstand water without damage. If you’re undergoing a bathroom remodel, now is a great time to consider a better flooring option for your bathroom floors. Tile Perhaps the most popular option today for bathroom floors is porcelain or...
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What is Overage in My Flooring Quote?

Overage is the flooring purchased in excess of your actual square footage of the room you’re installing new flooring in. Once you decide the type of flooring you want for your home and how you want it installed, your flooring company will provide you with a quote. Your flooring installation company may talk to you...
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Things to Consider About Wide Plank Flooring

When discussing floor planks, we’re no longer talking about just hardwood floors. Tile, LVT, and wood floors all come in different styles of plank flooring. The term plank flooring originally referred to any hardwood floors wider than 3”, anything less was strip flooring. Homeowners who want a contemporary look often choose wider plank floors. Fewer...
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