WOOD AND TILE FLOORS
AVID Renovations & Design’s team of professionals will improve the look and feel of your home with our many flooring options. From wood to tile and everything in between, AVID will help you transform your home or office. We carry the largest selection of colors, styles, and differing durability materials. Call us today to learn more!
Extensive Tile Floor Options
Whether you want to upgrade the laminate floors that are curling around the edges, or you want to replace your stained and outdated tiling, our company has the best deals on new tile floor options. AVID renovations and Design offers a lot of design flexibility, and with our impressive selection of products, you are sure to find the right fit for your home’s interior style.
Ceramic tiles are always a good choice because it offers an excellent blend of beauty, functionality, and value. It is a great fit for kitchens and bathrooms because it is resistant to water and extremely durable. Spilled foods and drinks are easy to clean up, and the ceramic tile requires almost no maintenance when installed correctly. When deciding on the style of ceramic tile flooring, you get to choose the exact color, shape, and pattern you desire. It is also very affordable, especially considering the quality of our brand name products.
Slate and Porcelain
Slate and porcelain are two of the most luxurious types of tile floor options we offer. Porcelain tiles have many of the same properties as ceramic, but the manufacturing process makes these tiles even stronger and more resistant to water absorption. Slate tiling is a popular choice in many homes because of its natural beauty. This fine-grained natural stone comes in different shades of greens, blacks, and grays, and each tile has unique vein patterns that make your floors truly one-of-a-kind.
Pre Engineered Solid Hardwood
A great choice in Florida for an authentic hardwood floor without moisture issues; because of how it is “engineered” if can be placed on a slab floor. Great for first floor installations.
Because this is solid wood, it should not be laid directly on a slab because of moisture. It’s a great choice for a second floor installation because it will be laid on top of a wood floor foundation.
Wood and Concrete Integration
Concrete and wood integration creates a timeless look with two of earth’s most time tested materials. Combing wood and concrete produces a one of a kind product for your home or business. Customize your space with an integrated countertop, table, bench, or bar.