As a flooring contractor and tile installer, Done Right Tile and Flooring of West Palm Beach wants to make your home, more livable and your office or business more appealing to customers That can easily be accomplished with a new floor. This decor can really make a home more comfortable.
The first decision is which rooms of the house do you want to address? Do you want a new shower in the bathroom, new floor in the kitchen, carpet in the bedrooms? Most real estate agents agree that kitchens and bathrooms are the parts of the home that increase value and make it easier to sell to a prospective buyer.
Wouldn’t you like to have a master suite that looks like a show on a home improvement channel? We can install tile in your bathroom for you. We can even build in a shelf for your shampoo.
You can economically change the look of your kitchen just by putting in a new backsplash. Wiping grease and splatter off the backsplash is way easier than cleaning it off the walls.
For kitchen floors, We recommend tile or vinyl. Vinyl is more forgiving when you drop a glass, but tile is better for the spills. We recommend a smooth surface porcelain. The textured kind wind up trapping dirt, and you’ll be spending either money or time on steaming them clean.
When it comes to your floors, do you want them to be the same throughout for better visual flow, or do you want to have hard surfaces in the kitchen and living areas, and then carpet in the bedrooms? Either way, we can help.
As tile installers, we know this is the flooring of choice in South Florida. Your home stays cooler and it tolerates water from the pool and sand from the beach better than any other type of. It comes in various shapes: plank, square, hexagonal, octagonal, even shapes that simulate pebbles. It stays cool and can tolerate changes in humidity and spills better than any other surface. But, it’s going to need to be mopped regularly. It can also be noisy and the hard surface is not ideal for people with orthopedic issues. There are various types: porcelain, ceramic, vitrified, glass, quarry, mosaics and natural stone. You can also select different patterns for us to install. Diamond (also known as diagonal) pattern is a popular trend, as is herringbone. We could also do windmills basket weave or cobblestone. Some customers like to use more than one style in the same area like a shower, or a row of a different matter to break up the look as a design choice.
Today's laminate is not your father’s laminate. These days, it can be hard to tell the difference. It is essentially photo printed image of hardwoods laminated on to fiberboard. It is available in planks or sheets. The plank better simulates hardwood. We do not recommend this for wet areas since the laminate layer can separate and bubble. While this is a very economical option, it is a turn off when it comes to resale of your home. Make sure you use a professional installer. We've seen recently installed floors already bubbling within a month. Any money you save with an improper installation can be lost by having to hire a new installer, pay for demolition and reinstalling of a new product.
More durable than laminate, engineered wood is made from a core of plywood with a layer of solid wood on top. While it's cheaper than solid hardwood, but it sometimes can't be refinished. Depending on thickness, if you want to change the stain, or if it needs refinishing due to wear, you'll have to replace the floor. When it comes to selling your home, buyers prefer solid hardwood. They're likely to factor the replacement cost of the floor into their offer.
Hardwood is known for its beauty. It is solid wood throughout and can be refinished over time, sometimes more than once, depending on thickness. Not only can you choose between woods like maple, oak, ash, bamboo, and hard pine, but you can also choose the stain you want from light to dark, to traditional brown hues, whitewash, and even blue. You can also choose the gloss, matte, semi-gloss and high gloss. This product does very well with resale value. Most buyers want either tile or hardwood floors.
Vinyl Flooring , also known as PVC this is a good choice for wet areas, like a laundry room, or for commercial uses. It comes in both planks, tiles, and sheets. It has a very low water absorption rating.
Carpet is the most economical solution. It’s the easiest to clean, the quietest, and a must for people with orthopedic issues and the elderly. Carpet fiber comes in different types: Nylon, polyester, wool, and olefin. It comes in varying density. There are many textures to choose from. No matter your choice we highly recommend something stain resistant. Carpet requires padding and here is where a lot of people try to save money. This is a mistake. Quality padding can not only improve comfort, but the underlayment reduces wear to your carpet over time. If the carpeting is going into a home for someone with orthopedic issues or the elderly, get the best padding available. It will not only absorb shock from walking, but also cushion falls.
The two most popular types of residential garage floors are concrete and epoxy. If you are looking to turn your garage into a man cave or workshop, we recommend epoxy. It’s very durable, comes in a variety of patterns and colors and cleans well. If you prefer a concrete garage, we recommend polished concrete with a sealant, for easier cleanup of dust and sawdust and spills.
We offer a variety of commercial options including carpet, linoleum, rubber, concrete and epoxy. Due to the nature of the size of commercial spaces and the varying needs from business to business, please call us for an appointment. We'll get you on our schedule.
Here in South Florida, we have the benefit of good weather year round. Make your outdoor space like another living room. Spend time there with friends and family. Make memories together tailgating, celebrating or just relaxing and hanging out. There are all kinds of outdoor options: outdoor rated tile, acid wash stained concrete, and patio pavers. Get rid of that plain concrete, or that lawn that costs you money and time landscaping and irritating. Make your backyard an oasis.
Our installers are experienced, courteous, careful, and detail oriented. No matter who you hire, even if it isn’s us, make sure you hire a professional. This is an exact trade, improper installation can void product warranties, and create problems like water intrusion, or at a minimum shorten the life of the product, either way costing more money down the road. We look forward to working with you to improve the look and feel of your home or business.