Contractors Serving Port Saint Lucie – Tile Install

Contractors Serving Port Saint Lucie.

Boyer Tile – Contractors Serving Port Saint Lucie.

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Port Saint Lucie.

Contractors Serving Port Saint Lucie - Boyer Tile - Tiling Contractor

Port Saint Lucie, a city located in Saint Lucie County is part of a four-county region called the Treasure Coast because of the numerous Spanish treasure ships that sunk off its shores. Other treasures exist in Port St Lucie that are more easily found.

If golf, boating, beautiful weather and beaches are the treasure you are looking for, then Port Saint Lucie is the place to look.  Saint Lucie County lies between Indian River County to the north, Martin County to the South, and Okeechobee County to the West.  Saint Lucie’s 588 square miles contain three municipalities consisting of Port St Lucie, White City, and Fort Pierce.  Saint Lucie County’s average annual temperature of 73.2 degrees offers superb year round climate for work and play.

Port Saint Lucie has a full range of single family homes offering a wide variety of floor plans to fit every lifestyle.  Spacious designs include many subtle touches that enhance the beauty of these Florida style homes. Copper plumbing, custom kitchen lighting, brick paver driveways, tiled roof and floors  and a full landscaped package are just some of the added features you’ll find in these unique homes.

Ceramic tile are the ideal floor covering for both indoor and outdoor applications anywhere in South Florida. That is especially true for Port Saint Lucie as frost is never an issue when installing ceramic tile outdoors. Tile not only offer a range of colors and designs unmatched by any other material, it’s also amazingly tough when not exposed to freezing weather.

 

Torino Floor Tile Contractor – Boyer Tile, LLC

Boyer Tile, LLC.

Chris Boyer.
Port St. Lucie Tile Contractor – Tile Installation.

Call via Home Phone:  (772) 828-8909.
Mobile: (772) 828-8909.
Skype: (772) 828-8909.


My tiling service areas include Port St. Lucie (PSL), Fort Pierce, Stuart and Vero Beach, FL.

In St. Lucie County Boyer Tile LLC. services Port St. Lucie, St. Lucie West, Tradition, Torino, Tesoro, Lake Charles, Lake Forest, Magnolia Lakes, PGA Village, The Vineyards, St James Golf Club, The Cascades, and Fort Pierce, FL.

Master Tile Setter and St. Lucie County Tile and Marble Contractor.


 

 

Electrician - Electrical Contractor - Goodiel Electric

Gooddiel Electric, LLC.

Glenn Goodiel.
Port Saint Lucie Electrician – Port Saint Lucie Electrician.
Mobile: 772-263-2333.
Florida License – EC13005097.

Call Goodiel Electric for a Great Deal.

In Saint Lucie County, Goodiel Electric LLC. services Port Saint Lucie, St. Lucie West, Tradition, Torino, Tesoro, Lake Charles, Lake Forest, Magnolia Lakes, PGA Village, The Vineyards, St James Golf Club, The Cascades, Fort Pierce, and the unincorporated areas of St. Lucie County.

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Contractors Serving Port Saint Lucie.

B & B Building.
2622 Southeast Tropical East Circle.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952-7244Business Types: Painting Contractors, Painting Faux.
Phone: (734) 729-3444
B & M Cabinets.
1592 Southeast Village Green Drive.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952-3458Business Types: Cabinet Contractors, Cabinets & Cabinet Hardware.
Phone: (772) 335-5980
B O S S Big O Septic Service.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.
Business Types: Septic Tanks & Systems, Septic Tanks & Systems Cleaning, Sewer & Drain Services.
Phone: (772) 879-2222
Baum Robert Construction.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.
Business Types: Builders & Contractors 2 Of 2, Remodeling & Restoration Contractors.
Phone: (772) 871-5636
Beat the Heat.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.
Business Types: Glass Coating & Tinting
Phone: (772) 343-8385
Beninati Louis.
1090 Southwest Bayshore Boulevard.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34983-2400Business Types: Builders & Contractors.
Phone: (772) 343-7789
Big Lake Roofing Inc.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952Business Types: Roofing Contractors.
Phone: (772) 335-3388
Big O Septic Service.
671 Southwest Montana Terrace.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34953-2020.
Business Types: Septic Tanks & Systems, Septic Tanks & Systems Cleaning, Sewer & Drain Services.
Phone: (772) 879-2222
Big T.
3434 McKinley Street.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.
Business Types: Concrete Breaking Coring Cutting Drilling & Sawing.
Phone: (772) 336-5522
Biglin Steve Painting.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.Business Types: Painting Contractors.
Phone: (772) 335-1427
Bill Chalifoux Roofing Contractor.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952Business Types: Builders & Contractors 2 Of 2, Roofing Contractors, Roofing Repair Service.
Phone: (772) 879-3447
Blind John P Bldr.
148 Southwest Saratoga Avenue.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34953-5977Business Types: Builders & Contractors.
Phone: (772) 336-6902
Blosser Electric.
2126 Southeast Morningside Boulevard.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952-4972Business Types: Electrical Contractors.
Phone: (772) 337-0055
Bob Ciufo Electric.
PO Box 8411.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34985-8411Business Types: Electrical Contractors.
Phone: (772) 878-5051
Bob’s Plumbing Repair Service.
225 Northwest Saint James Drive.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34983-1291.Business Types: Plumbing Contractors, Sewer & Drain Services.
Phone: (772) 878-4605
Brad’s Electric & Air Conditioning Service.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.Business Types: Bryant Air Conditioning, Electrical Contractors, Heating & Air-Conditioning Contractors, Mobile Home Improvements & Repairs, Rheem/Rudd Heat & Air Contractors.
Phone: (772) 878-9872
Brian Ingrum Electrical Contractor.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952Business Types: Electrical Contractors.
Phone: (772) 337-2094
Brian Purkey Cleaning Services.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952Business Types: Building Cleaning Exterior, Building Cleaning Interior, Cleaning Service Pressure Chemical Industrial, Pressure Washing & Restoration, Roofing Cleaning & Maintenance.
Phone: (772) 336-2224
Brighton Home Builders Inc.
3082 Southwest Savona Boulevard.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34953-4425.Business Types: Builders & Contractors.
Phone: (772) 871-9999
Brother’s Concrete Pumping.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.Business Types: Concrete Handling Services.
Phone: (772) 871-0600
Broward Factory Service.
1532 Southeast Village Green Drive Suite D.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952-3478Business Types: Appliance Service & Repair, Heating & Air Conditioning Equipment & Supplies, Heating & Air-Conditioning Contractors.
Phone: (772) 335-1131
Brunet Maintenance Service.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952.Business Types: Remodeling & Restoration Contractors.
Phone: (772) 879-9776
Bryce Home.
2865 Southwest Brighton Street.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34953-3265Business Types: Builders & Contractors.
Phone: (772) 344-8808
Bumbera R J General Contractor Inc.
1114 Southeast Palm Beach Road.
Port Saint Lucie, FL 34952-5315Business Types:Builders & Contractors, Kitchen Remodeling.
Phone: (772) 335-2438

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Ceramic Tile’s History.

In the fourth millennium B.C the Romans introduced tile making to Western Europe as a result of their occupation of the territories of the Near and Far East. However, that knowledge was forgotten in Europe for centuries until the 12th century when Cistercian monks developed a method of making encaustic floor tiles with inlaid patterns for cathedral and church floors and then again lost that knowledge until the 16th century following the Reformation. Except for finely decorated wall tiles made in Turkey and the Middle East, and Delft tiles made in Holland in the 17th century, ceramic floor tiles were not made again in Europe until almost the mid-19th century.

In 1843 the modern tile industry was advanced anew by Herbert Minton when he revived the lost art of encaustic tile-making in England. The industry was further revolutionized in the 1840s by the “dust-pressing” method which consisted of compressing nearly dry clay between two metal dies. Dust-pressing replaced hand-made tile making with wet clay and facilitated mechanization of the tile making industry.

Throughout the rest of the 19th century, dust-pressing enabled faster and cheaper production of better quality floor tiles in a greater range of colors and designs. Despite the fact that encaustic tiles were still quite expensive, by the latter part of the 19th century, they had become a common flooring material in many kinds of buildings.

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