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Belleview Biltmore Tampa Reclaimed Wood Flooring

Preserving History, One Board at a Time

We had the privilege of removing the heart pine flooring from the cottages on the Belleview Biltmore property. If you’re familiar with the “cottages,” you’ll know they were more like large homes at over 3,000 square feet each. Built between 1900 and 1915, the original hardwood flooring is of the highest quality. Some boards are...
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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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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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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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Preserving History, One Board at a Time

Over the past few weeks we’ve been removing the heart pine flooring from the remaining cottages on the Belleview Biltmore property. If you’re familiar with the “cottages” you’ll know they were more like large homes at over 3000 square feet each. Built between 1900 and 1915, the original hardwood flooring is of the highest quality....
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