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13123 E Emerald Coast Pkwy, Suite C

Inlet Beach, FL 32461

Changing the flooring in your home or business can be a great and wonderful investment. Making a decision to select hardwood flooring will increase the current value of your property. We encourage you to stop by our showroom today where we have hundreds of hardwood products on display for your review and touch.  We're conveniently located in Panama City, FL.

Enhance the look and feel or your home or business with the installation of new hardwood flooring

•  Extensive showroom

   presentation of hardwood products

•  Professional Guidance from our

   Flooring Associates

•  Free Estimates

•  Outline of Project Details

•  Hardwoods that will fit any budget

•  Professional installation

Quality hardwood flooring

•  Solid Wood: Solid piece of wood from top to bottom (3/4” or 5/16”)

•  Engineered Wood: Real wood floors that are manufactured using multiple layers of different wood


•  Locking Wood: An Engineered Wood Floor

•  Laminated Wood: Material manufactured by pressing resin-impregnated fibers of sheets, then applying a

   top layer of a higher quality product

•  Hand Scraped Wood: Can be from solid or engineered wood and creates a beautiful modern sculptured


•  Exotic Wood: Wood imported from countries with climates different from that in North America are

   considered exotic

•  Parquet: An assembly of wood strips in a square or rectangular pattern sometimes called a mosaic

Hardwood flooring is the right choice

Panama City Tile's Hardwood floors add a timeless beauty and warmth to your home or business. Hardwood floors are welcoming and inviting and can complement any décor. Simplify and beautify with hardwood floors.

Types of hardwood flooring

Species of wood

•  Domestic: Oak, Maple, Cherry

•  Exotic: Bamboo, Brazilian Cherry, Cork

•  Multiple: Red Oak, White Oak

Textures of wood

•  Smooth

•  Hand-Scraped

•  Distressed

•  Wire brushed

Types of primary sub floors

•  Basement or concrete below ground level

•  Concrete at ground level

•  Plywood subfloor at or above ground level


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