During the ongoing building recession that started in 2007, general contractors built very few new homes in Port St. Lucie. That was just part of the worst economic crisis in decades that sent an economic aftershock rippled through the area’s residential construction industries. It affected everyone from building contractors to tile setters. Those skilled laborers who had no roots here and could leave St. Lucie County did just that. Of those who stayed, only the strong survived.
Ceramic tile offers unmatched beauty, durability and practicality for Port St. Lucie residents. Tile is one of the most durable and maintenance friendly surfaces you can choose for your floors. It will retain its original beauty and luster for years.
Easy to clean, tile is perfect for areas where spills occur or become dirty from heavy traffic. Tile flooring harbors no dust mites, pollen, mold or mildew that can cause allergic reactions. Being resistant to mold and mildew, tile floors are perfect for bathrooms. Where heavy duty cleaning occurs daily and where hardwood or laminate floors are not practical, tile flooring meets the challenge.
For all your tiling projects needs, Boyer Tile LLC. has them covered. From our home base in Port St. Luce, Boyer Tile services Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie West, Tradition, Torino, Tesoro, Lake Charles, St James Golf Club, Magnolia Lakes, The Cascades, PGA Village, The Vineyards, White City, and all unincorporated areas of St. Lucie County.
With over twenty years experience, we have worked with ever facet of the tiling trade, from marble and ceramic tile to glass, metal and eco-friendly tile. Areas of specialty include ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone tiled floors and walls, kitchen and bathroom remodeling, back-splashes, entryways, and other decorative stone structures. We can help you pick out the perfect pool tile, floor tile and wall tile.
The first named Atlantic tropical storm of the 2014 season, Tropical Storm Arthur, formed off Florida’s Treasure Coast this morning. It will move north to northeast along the East Coast over the next few days, according to the National Hurricane Center. A tropical storm watch is in effect for the east coast of Florida from Fort Pierce to Flagler Beach.
A steady increase in southwesterly steering flow over the southeastern United States is expected to gradually turn the tropical cyclone northward over the next 24-36 hours, and then accelerate the system faster toward the northeast on Thursday and Friday.
Back in 2013, Florida crossed over from lagging behind the national recovery to getting out in front. The decline in unemployment from 8.0 percent in January 2013 to 6.1 percent in January 2014 was driven by new jobs. The state’s labor force showed a small increase of 29,000, but the number of unemployed declined by 172,000.
Those statistics were impressive for the state of Florida, as a whole, but St. Lucie County didn’t, for the most part, take part in that growth. Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce’s economy remained stagnant.