Surfaces Flooring

(352) 628-9663
6970 West Grover Cleveland Blvd.
Homosassa, FL 34446

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Welcome to Surfaces Flooring a family owned and active member of the Homosassa business community. We are a full service carpet and flooring store offering a complete assortment of quality, brand name, carpet, ceramic tile, hardwood floors, laminate flooring, vinyl, bamboo and cork flooring. We assist our customers from start to finish, from selecting the right product to guaranteed professional installation. All our estimates are free so don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Our website is designed to help you with your shopping. Feel free to research our manufacturer’s websites that are linked in our product pages listed above.

Avoid Costly Removal of Old Flooring

Removing old flooring can be messy, time consuming and adds additional expense to your project. We carry a number of products designed for installation over the top of existing floors. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at the number of options available in hardwood, laminate and vinyl flooring suitable for loose lay, over the top installations. We offer free in home consultations and will advise if your project is a candidate.

We Are Out To Make Your Shopping Easier

We have everything you need from start to finish:

  • A friendly, knowledgeable staff
  • Residential & Commercial Products
  • In-home Consultations
  • Lifetime Installation Warranty
  • Financing Options
  • Complete Warranty Service
  • Free In Home Estimates
  • Pet Friendly Carpet & Flooring Solutions

    We’ve got great news for pet owners. New innovations in carpet fibers, backings and even carpet cushion now make it easier for pet owners to handle those little accidents. We’ve also got rugged yet beautiful laminate flooring designed to handle the larger four legged creatures that may have done a number on your existing floors. Come in and explore the many options that will make your life easier and your home more beautiful.

    Experience You Can Trust

    Ask for Our No Nonsense Price

    We see lots of big discounts and crazy low prices being advertised but are not surprised when customers tell us that our final price is right on. Why? Because there is usually more to these low priced deals than meets the eye. We don’t believe in getting you in with low-ball offers and then making up the difference with several add-ons. Our prices include furniture moving. We believe in looking at what your job includes and giving you a fair price. Then compare our total job price. You’ll be glad you did and our estimates are free.

    Resilient Flooring

    Buying Tips for Resilient Flooring

    Why Buy Resilient Flooring?

    Resilient flooring is an amazing material if you’re looking for something that is both a great value and long lasting.  It is softer under foot than ceramic tile and wood, which makes it a great choice in kitchens where you’ll spend a lot of time standing. Its ability to hold up under the harshest of conditions is why it is used frequently in commercial settings.

    Resilient flooring is a great solution for residential applications as well. Breakthroughs in digital printing allow manufacturers to create the look of expensive stone, wood and ceramic floors with stunning realism at a fraction of the cost of the real material.

    Another huge benefit of using resilient flooring is the easy maintenance. It is highly water and stain resistant. You will only have to sweep up dirt and debris periodically. If you need a deeper clean, you only need to use a damp mop. Follow all manufacture cleaning instructions.

    Types of Resilient Flooring

    There are different materials available depending on the setting you will be using the flooring in. For example, if you are looking to floor a residential area like your home kitchen you will likely choose one of the following materials:

    • Residential sheet vinyl
    • Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT)
    • Vinyl Tile
    • Linoleum

    If you are in need of flooring for a commercial setting you will have some different options. Your material options for a project like that will include:

    • Commercial Sheet Vinyl
    • Linoleum
    • Vinyl Composition Tile (VCT)
    • Bio-Based Tile (BBT)
    • Rubber Sheet
    • Rubber Tile

    We sell only the best brands of resilient flooring available. Call or stop in today to see our selection of resilient flooring.

    Cork Flooring

    Buying Tips for Cork Flooring

    Why Buy Cork Flooring?
    Cork is a progressive design option that offers high-end durability. Cork is a highly resilient flooring because it has elasticity and gives on impact. This makes cork a great option for comfort and sturdiness.

    Cork is also known for its abundant design options. The versatile material allows for stains in many shades and it can also be painted. You can have the benefits of cork and still match any décor you choose.

    Cork Flooring is Good for the Environment
    If you are looking for an environmentally friendly option, cork is the perfect choice. This is because cork can be harvested from a tree without damaging the tree or stunting its growth. This makes cork the most naturally renewable resource for flooring.

    What Type of Cork is Best?
    It really all depends on your needs. Use plank-shaped cork if you are installing over existing flooring, but use tile-shaped if you need to glue it down. We can help you determine which is best.

    Cork texture will greatly impact the look of your cork flooring. Small granules give your floor that traditional cork flooring look you are likely used to. A peeled cork texture gives it a beautiful natural cork look.  There are many other textures and designs to choose from. Contact us today and we'll make sure you get the right one for your home's needs.

    Bamboo Flooring

    Buying Tips for Bamboo Flooring

    Why Buy Bamboo Flooring?
    Bamboo flooring is one of the best ways to get a combination of beauty and durability. It is most known for its strength and stability, making it a great choice for flooring that lasts for many years. Although bamboo is actually a type of grass, it can be harder than oak, giving you a long lasting material.

    Bamboo vs. Hardwood
    It has a lot of the same benefits of hardwood plus a few more. It has less risk of damage due to expansion or contraction. It is also particularly resistant to insects and mildew growth. Bamboo is one the most recent materials to be used as flooring, but it is also one of the most environmentally friendly. It is a rapidly renewable resource that can be harvested every 5-7 years. An oak tree takes 60 years or more before it’s ready to be re-harvested. This makes bamboo a great choice for environmentally conscious consumers who are concerned about sustainability.

    What Type of Bamboo to Buy?
    There are a few color options to choose from to get the look you want. You can do a natural bamboo color are get a direct print bamboo to create bamboo flooring that looks like an entirely different type of floor.

    There are different grain types for different looks. Vertical grain gives you a uniform, smooth look while horizontal grain helps display the bamboo's random growth rings. The hardest of the grain types is strand-woven which also gives a random look revealing the natural character of your bamboo floors. Contact us today, so we can help you make the right decision when purchasing your new flooring. 

    Laminate Flooring

    Buying Tips for Laminate Flooring

    Why has this new product category been such a hit?
    Laminate products feature a newer type of wear surface that resists scratching, denting, and burns better than many existing products. They also offer extended product warranties to back up these claims for superior performance. Much of the styling is done in wood grain patterns taking advantage of popularity of hardwood. Still other styling resembles natural stone like you would find in ceramic tile. Laminates offer a popular trade-off for people wanting wood or ceramic. Laminate floors are more scratch resistant than most regular hardwood finishes and easier to clean than the grout lines associated with ceramic tile installations. Laminates also require less demanding preparation of the subfloor because they are not glued directly to the subfloor. Most of these products are glued or snapped together over foam padding. This feature has made laminate flooring popular in areas where vinyl flooring traditionally was installed. Custom floor design is also very easily done with products that offer planks and squares that mix and match together. Laminate flooring in wet areas
    Many of the products are okay for wet areas, but the core is made of wood fiber. Look for products that have warranties that cover water damage. All of them will insist on proper installation. Finishing touches are important
    Look for products that can provide the needed accessories like reducer strips, stairnose, and even air vents that either match or coordinate with the flooring.

    Hardwood Flooring

    Buying Tips for Hardwood Flooring

    Hardwood flooring has enjoyed resurgence in popularity due to its natural beauty, durability, long life and replenish able resources. Several species are popular in today’s wood flooring. While oak flooring continues to be the most popular, pine flooring, maple flooring, and severable species in exotic hardwood flooring are great selections as well.

    New Styles & Innovations
    Strip flooring continues to be the most popular, particularly in new home construction. It provides ease of decorating and is often the best value. However, wide plank flooring and handscraped flooring have grown in popularity. These products fit well with a more relaxed lifestyle found in homes today.

    Factory Finish vs. Custom Sand & Finish on Site
    You should feel comfortable with either choice. However, factory finishing offers many nice advantages. Factory finished flooring is inspected for defects at the mill so you receive first choice every time. On-site finishing depends on the quality of the workmanship that day.

    Factory finished flooring usually installs more quickly and without the dust and odors that are involved with on-site finishing. However, even though factory finished flooring comes in a variety of colors, on-site finishing allows for closer color match with existing woodwork or cabinets.

    Both factory finishes and on-site finishes are available in either high gloss or matte. Both types have exciting new finishes developed with space age technology. These finishes are not like grandma’s old wood floors because they require no waxing.

    Engineered Hardwood Flooring
    Solid wood flooring is subject to change in conditions that will cause it to expand and contract. This characteristic prohibited the use of hardwood with subfloors in direct contact with the ground or below the ground level. Engineered floors are manufactured similar to plywood with different layers of wood glued in opposite directions. This process reduces the amount of expansion and contraction. As a result engineered hardwood floors can go places solid wood flooring can’t. They can be installed using staples, glue or new to the market, click together systems. If you are wondering about the thinner top layer wearing through, don’t. The finishes will protect it and you will get many years of service.

    Ceramic & Porcelain

    Buying Tips for Ceramic Tile

    Tile is perhaps the most versatile product to use when decorating a space. The wide range of colors, surface textures, shapes and sizes are ideal for creating a custom look of your own. Manufacturers have made it easier than ever for you to obtain a special look by creating matching wall tiles with floor tiles and a variety of decorative tiles and liners. While many think of ceramic tile as bathroom tile, new natural stone designs have moved tile into many other rooms. The list of options varies from small designs in mosaic tile and glass tiles to large format wall tiles and floor tiles. Granite and marble tiles are often used for more formal settings while porcelain and quarry tile is used commercially.

    The correct subfloor structure is critical to performance
    Ceramic tile, more than any other form of flooring, requires the proper subfloor system and setting materials. A double subfloor system with the total thickness of 1-1/4″, over floor joists 16″ on center is required. The top subfloor layer should be exterior grade plywood or an underlayment specifically designed for ceramic tile installation like cementous backerboard.

    Special setting materials are available which will allow ceramic tile installations over existing floors that are solid and already meet the above requirements. Failure to provide a sturdy base can cause grout to crack and release or tile to crack.

    Different Tile Surfaces
    Selecting the right surface glaze is an important step when selecting floor tile. Floor tiles are rated for glaze wear and slip resistance, which are important factors to consider. Glaze ratings should exceed 3 for residential applications with the exception of bath areas that can use tiles rated 2. Tiles with a slip resistant rating of 0.5 or better should work well in most indoor residential applications.

    Use caution when selecting tile for installations outdoors. Unglazed quarry tiles, tiles with heavily textured surfaces, or porcelain paver tiles, all with slip resistant ratings of 0.6 or greater are possibilities. They must also be frost resistant.

    Carpets & Rugs

    Buying Tips for Carpet & Rugs

    Carpet remains the popular choice for comfort, warmth and ease of decorating. Your choice will depend on the style and performance you are looking for.

    Formal settings often call for single tone, softer, cut pile carpeting or pattern carpets designed specifically for formal settings. For all around performance nylon carpeting is generally the best choice. However, polypropylene offers good stain, fade and abrasion resistance at very reasonable prices. Wool carpet tends to be the more prestigious choice at higher price points.

    Informal settings call for more casual styles, often in multi-color. Popular product selections are Berbers, Shags, Friezes and certain pattern carpets. Multi-color products help hide soil in active areas and as before mentioned, nylon provides the best all round performance.

    For commercial carpet installations, loop construction tends to be a popular choice. In recent years carpet tiles have become popular.

    Many carpets now come in both 12’ and 15’ widths eliminating the need for seams in most rooms. If seams are required, generally cut pile products hide seams better than loop or cut & loop styles.

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    Decorating Tips

    Choosing the Right Size Rug for Your Room

    Remember, it's your home and you decide what you like, as there are lots of opinions as to what works best. However, there does seem to be some basic rules of thumb that can be helpful. Most designers recommend leaving at least 18" of bare space around the perimeter of the room. In a very small room you can generally get by with less.

    In the dinning room, the rug should be large enough to accommodate both the table and about 24" outside so chairs can be maneuvered on the rug. In the bedroom, the rug should look balanced and generally be large enough to extend 18" along the side of the bed. Size of the room can be a problem and you may have to judge how it looks along the perimeter of the room as well.

    In living spaces like living rooms and dens it is best to arrange the furniture before you decide on the rug size. Generally, it looks best when all the furniture legs are on the rug. However, with a small room you may like all the furniture legs off the rug. The rule of thumb is "all legs on" or "all legs off".



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