Bradenton Total Flooring Services

Sooner or later, you may find yourself living with tile you want to remove. Maybe it was installed by the previous owner of your home, or you just don’t love the way it looks anymore. Perhaps it hasn’t held up to wear and tear as well as you expected, and you want to try something new.

Ripping up tile and installing a new floor can be a lot harder than it sounds. Dust, dirt, and debris will fill your home, it is inevitable! Not to mention the hours you’ll spend crouched over on the floor. A lot goes into the removal process. Instead of wasting time and energy removing tile on your own, a professional tile removal team can make a difference, helping you say goodbye to old tile and hello to beautiful new flooring in no time!

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What Is Professional Tile Removal?

Professional tile removal involves all aspects of the process as handled by experts in the industry. Instead of utilizing trial and error or inappropriate tools, tile removal pros are trained in how to remove all tile to facilitate an effective installation process for new flooring. In order to provide a positive user experience without risk to overall health and wellness, the best tile removal teams employ a dustless process.

Why Does Dustless Tile Removal Matter?

Dustless tile removal is a revolutionary approach to standard tile treatments. Instead of attempting to collect tile debris after removal using plastic sheeting and tarps, a dustless system collects particles in real time, reducing and virtually eliminating contact with potentially dangerous materials and avoiding the possibility of triggering symptoms in those suffering from lung conditions, like asthma. Dust can also settle throughout your home when removal isn’t handled properly, affecting the functionality of your electronics, HVAC system, and even contaminating your food.

How Does Dustless Tile Removal Work?

Dustless tile removal combines standard removal tools, like jackhammers and angle grinders, with commercial strength vacuums for the maximum dust removal potential. These vacuums are powerful to say the least. In fact, about eight times more powerful than the average box store vaccuum. This instantly removes dust upon creation, immediately sucking up any particles released during tile removal to keep the air in your home fully dust-free. Installation crews can then begin their work almost immediately. A major step between removal and installation is cleaning. Dust and debris will inhibit glue from adhering, and can slow a project down. The Dustless removal system efficiently removes dust and small particles, leaving only large hand-removal pieces. This ultimately saves the company time, in turn saving you money.

At Abston Installations, we work hard to eliminate the impact of a slow project covered in filth on our customers. To reduce the inflation of your utility bills, we bring our own generators to power our heavy duty equipment, running tubing through your windows. We even insulate the gaps that our tubing creates in every effort to keep your house cool in the summer and warm in those abnormally cool winter months.

How We Can Help

If you’re living with tile you no longer like, our Bradenton total flooring services can achieve amazing results for you. The Abston Installations crew will tackle even the biggest jobs with ease, removing your old tile in a safe and efficient manner and giving you the floor you’ve always needed. As the best name in greater Bradenton, we’re always here to meet your every flooring need.

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The Best Flooring Options For Your Florida Home

Even if you’re tired of looking at your damaged, outdated, or just plain boring floors, you may be reluctant to undertake an extensive re-flooring project on your own. The prospect of tearing out your current floors, making necessary repairs, and then installing new flooring may seem messy and inconvenient.

Fortunately help is available, and companies like Abston Installations can handle both removal and installation of a wide variety of flooring types, minimizing the number of contractors you need to coordinate. But before you arrange to have new flooring installed, it’s important to do some preliminary research to make sure your new flooring will be as durable and long-lasting as possible. Read on to learn more about the best flooring options for homes in a humid subtropical climate like the Tampa Bay area.

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Ceramic or Porcelain Tile

This sleek, classic flooring material stands up to water exceptionally well, which is why tile is so often used in kitchens, restrooms, and other humid rooms. When water or condensation strikes ceramic tile, it beads up instead of soaking in, which means these floors will absorb next to no moisture, even on ultra-soggy days. And although porcelain tile can be cold to the feet when it’s chilly outside, the mild-to-hot temperatures of the Tampa Bay area mean that this floor will likely be pleasantly cool during the hottest months of summer.


Not all laminate flooring is created equal, and while some laminate types and brands advise that you shouldn’t even do so much as clean them with a moist mop, other types (including high-pressure laminate) are far more moisture-resistant. High-pressure laminate comes in a nearly endless range of colors, styles, and designs, allowing you to pick out an option to coordinate with just about any decor scheme without breaking the bank.

Engineered Hardwood

This type of hardwood flooring is made by compressing recycled bits of other hardwood floors together and securing them with glue, creating a stronger and more moisture-resistant product than traditional hardwood flooring. Engineered hardwood can be nearly indistinguishable from traditional hardwood but is generally less expensive and doesn’t require a dehumidifier or other humidity-reducing appliance.


Vinyl flooring may bring to mind the vision of a 1970s-era kitchen, but today’s vinyl floor panels can be just as long-lasting and modern-looking as far more expensive flooring types. Vinyl is perfect for Florida’s high temperatures and humid weather, as it’s available in stone, wood, or tile finishes yet doesn’t absorb moisture like some types of stone and hardwood flooring.

We’ll work with you to find the best flooring option for your home that beautiful, comfortable, and most importantly functional!

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