Replacing Ceramic Tile Flooring with French Oak Flooring

No one will deny there are differences between ceramic tile and hardwood flooring. The question many people will ask when they decide to replace ceramic tile with hardwood flooring is: "Should I remove the ceramic tile or simply install the new hardwood flooring over the existing tile?"

The short answer is: "Either one".

Prefinished engineered hardwood flooring is a good flooring option if you decide to put the new hardwood flooring over the ceramic tiles. It helps if the ceramic tile is in somewhat decent shape. Some types of wood can be installed as a floating floor which can then be locked together or glued to the old tile.

Prefinished engineered European French Oak flooring is a tremendous option for engineered hardwood flooring. The look and durability is a great addition to a home or office.

If you decide you want solid hardwood flooring to replace the ceramic tile flooring, it's best to remove the ceramic tiles. You can do this yourself or have it done professionally. If you choose to remove the ceramic tiles yourself, you are going to need the right equipment. Make sure you have knee pads, work gloves and safety googles. You'll also need tools like a hammer, chisel, pry bar and a scraper.

European French Oak flooring is also a great option for solid hardwood flooring. The popularity of French Oak flooring has grown in recent years. Hurst Hardwoods offers European French Oak flooring in nine colors, all warm, rustic and appealing.


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