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ReVision Residential is a leading provider of high-quality flooring services in the South Walton, 30A, and The Emerald Coast regions. The company specializes in designing and installing custom flooring solutions that are tailored to the specific needs and preferences of their clients.

Flooring is an essential component of any home, providing both practical and aesthetic benefits. The right flooring can enhance the overall look and feel of a room, while also providing durability and ease of maintenance. With ReVision Residential’s flooring services, homeowners can transform their living spaces into beautiful, functional, and long-lasting areas.

The company offers a wide range of flooring options, including hardwood, laminate, tile, and luxury vinyl. Each type of flooring has its own unique advantages and characteristics, and the experts at ReVision Residential can help homeowners choose the best option for their specific needs.

One of the primary benefits of ReVision Residential’s flooring services is their commitment to quality. The company only uses the highest quality materials and installation techniques to ensure that their flooring solutions are durable, long-lasting, and beautiful. Their team of experienced professionals has extensive knowledge of the latest flooring trends and techniques, and they can help homeowners create the perfect flooring solution for their home.

Another benefit of ReVision Residential’s flooring services is their attention to detail. From the initial consultation to the final installation, the company’s team of experts works closely with homeowners to ensure that their flooring solution meets their specific needs and preferences. They take into account factors such as traffic flow, lifestyle, and design preferences to create a flooring solution that not only looks great but also functions well in the home.

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In addition to their traditional flooring options, ReVision Residential also offers eco-friendly and sustainable flooring solutions. These options include bamboo, cork, and reclaimed hardwood, which are all excellent choices for homeowners who are looking to reduce their environmental impact while still enjoying beautiful and durable flooring.

Bamboo flooring is a popular eco-friendly option because it is highly renewable and grows quickly, making it a sustainable choice for flooring. Cork flooring is another eco-friendly option that is highly durable, insulating, and hypoallergenic, making it an excellent choice for homes with children or pets. Reclaimed hardwood is a unique option that repurposes old wood from buildings or structures to create a beautiful and sustainable flooring solution.

ReVision Residential’s commitment to quality and customer satisfaction extends beyond just the installation of the flooring solution. The company also offers ongoing maintenance and repair services to ensure that their clients’ floors continue to look and perform their best for years to come. Their team of professionals can provide regular maintenance and cleaning services, as well as repair any damage or wear and tear that may occur over time.

In conclusion, ReVision Residential is an excellent choice for homeowners in the South Walton, 30A, and The Emerald Coast regions who are looking for high-quality flooring solutions. With their extensive knowledge of the latest flooring trends and techniques, as well as their commitment to using only the highest quality materials, ReVision Residential can help homeowners transform their living spaces into beautiful and functional areas. Whether you’re looking for traditional hardwood, eco-friendly bamboo, or durable tile, ReVision Residential has the expertise and experience to deliver a customized flooring solution that meets your specific needs and preferences.

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How to Choose Flooring Guide

How to Choose a Carpet Style

When you are choosing carpet there are four main types: Texture, Twist, Loop and Pattern. All four types work well in any living areas of your home but, which one should you choose?


  • Great for high traffic areas
  • Complements traditional decor
  • Smooth surface provides an open look


  • Casual and stylish
  • Contemporary look
  • Frames in a living space
  • Great for bedrooms


  • Aka Berber carpet
  • Maximum durability
  • Great for family and activity rooms
  • Holds up to high traffic


  • Upscale and refined look
  • Wide variety of styles
  • Sophisticated look
  • Easy to coordinate with the room theme and decor

How to Choose Hardwood Flooring

Hardwood flooring is available in solid or engineered hardwood.

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Solid hardwood flooring is solid wood throughout. It comes in many species of wood including:

  • Acacia
  • Ash
  • Elm
  • Hickory
  • Maple
  • Oak
  • Pine
  • Walnut

Solid hardwood flooring comes in three styles: Narrow strips, wider planks and random width planks. Hardwoods also can be purchased as Unfinished or Prefinished. Hardwood floors can be refinished multiple times over the life of the floor. They can be installed above or on grade but should not be installed below grade. Also, don’t install hardwoods where water can spill such as bathrooms and laundry rooms.

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

Engineered hardwood flooring is prefinished and, it is has many good qualities:

  • Easy and quick to install
  • Wider planks cover more area
  • More stable than solid hardwoods
  • Less affected by moisture
  • Can be installed above, at or below grade

How to Choose Laminate Flooring

Laminate flooring is also known as “floating plank” flooring. Some characteristics of this flooring is:

  • Very DIY friendly to install
  • Easy to care for and maintain
  • Can be used in any room
  • Available in wide assortment of colors, styles and textures
  • No glue, nails or staples needed
  • Tongue and groove assembly
  • Fast and easy installation
  • Can be installed above, at or below grade

Some laminates include pre-attached underlayments and some do not. In either case, an underlayment is required in order for this flooring to perform properly. To choose the right laminate flooring it all comes down to quality, warranty and personal preference. Compare thicknesses, pricing and overall look before making a final decision.

How to Choose Tile Flooring

When purchasing tile flooring consider your decor, your style and budget. Tile is made in three main types: ceramic, porcelain and natural stone.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile characteristics include:

  • Multiple sizes, designs and colors
  • Very affordable
  • Only used indoors
  • Appropriate for floors, walls and countertops

Porcelain Tile

Porcelain tile is similar in appearance to ceramic tile:

  • Denser and more durable than ceramic tile
  • Huge assortment of sizes, designs and colors
  • Great choice for kitchens and high traffic areas
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
  • Appropriate for floors, walls and countertops
  • Resists water
  • Can stand cold temperatures
  • Ideal for outdoor spaces

Natural Stone Tile

Natural stone tile is quarried from the ground and generally, it is the most expensive tile. It is exotic looking making it a highly sought after tile for kitchens and bathrooms. This flooring requires more care to maintain its beauty. Natural stone tile types include:

  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Slate
  • Travertine
  • Limestone

How to Choose Vinyl Flooring

Vinyl flooring goes by many names including linoleum, VCT, peel and stick, and resilient among others. Vinyl comes in (peel and stick) tile, (linoleum) sheet and plank formats.

Vinyl is a very popular choice for flooring since it is very durable, water resistant and cost effective.

Peel and Stick Vinyl Tile

  • Most common vinyl tile
  • Easy to install
  • Requires flat, secure and smooth subfloor
  • Some styles are groutable

Sheet Vinyl

  • AKA linoleum
  • Ideal for kitchens and baths
  • No dirt or water can get underneath
  • Some sheet vinyls are glue-optional
  • Must be installed properly

Vinyl Plank

  • Look and feel of real wood
  • Look and feel of real tile
  • Easy to clean
  • Durable and water resistant
  • No underlayments needed