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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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Reclaimed Wood Floors

Reclaimed Wood Flooring Specialists As homeowners become more environmentally conscientious, we’re more frequently receiving inquiries regarding the availability of reclaimed wood flooring and rehabbing long-neglected, and often hidden, wood floors. At Seer Flooring, preserving history is a passion of ours. Reclaimed Wood Floors Seer Flooring is the leading Tampa Bay area flooring company with access to...
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Luxury Vinyl Flooring: High-end Durability

You’re considering new flooring for your home and love the look of tile or wood but your lifestyle doesn’t make either of those a great choice. Consider luxury vinyl tile (LVT) also known as resilient flooring. Resilient Flooring: A Great Choice for Busy Families! If you have kids or pets, you might want to consider...
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Great Applications for COREtec® Premium Engineered Flooring

For those of you who’ve followed our blog for a while, you probably realized that we love hardwood flooring, refinishing hardwood flooring, and engineered wood floors over most other materials. With that being said, there are great applications for COREtec® flooring. We know that wood isn’t right for every application so today we wanted to share...
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Rustic North Carolina Reclaimed Wood Flooring

As you know we seek out some of the most unique reclaimed wood flooring for our customers. We’ve recently obtained two batches of reclaimed wood flooring from North Carolina. Both are beautiful, but rustic, options for your home or business. 1910 Knotty Pine  Knotty pine is a great option for hardwood flooring anytime you can...
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Dark Hardwood Flooring

Flooring trends regularly change and although grey floors are still popular, dark engineered and hardwood flooring is again gaining popularity. If you’re looking to install new floors or want to refinish your flooring, you may want to consider a dark finish for a few reasons. Beauty and Luxury The color of your flooring doesn’t impact...
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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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Your Flooring and Home’s Resale Value

Many home improvement companies tout the benefits of various home improvements on resale value. Your choice in flooring will also affect your home’s value when it comes time to sell. If you know you will be selling your home in the next five years you should consider what comparable homes in the area have for...
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Wood Look Tile Flooring

As much as we love real hardwood flooring, there are places in homes that real hardwood may not be the best choice such as laundry rooms and bathrooms. There are also homes where wood isn’t the best choice for a space because of the proximity to the pool or your family’s activities. When that is...
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What is the Best Flooring Types for Kitchens?

When considering new kitchen flooring, there are many options from which to choose. The right option ultimately relies on your budget and the space itself. The most popular flooring types for kitchens are wood, tile, and some types of resilient flooring. Here are some considerations for each category. Hardwood and Engineered Wood The old school...
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