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Suncoast passionate about flooring and professional installation

Jeremy and Carrie Carver became the new owners of Suncoast Flooring & Design May 20 and are excited about their new horizons.

“This is going to be the place that people come and have a great experience,” co-owner Jeremy Carver said.

Jeremy focuses on business processes and installs, while Carrie focuses on marketing and promotion. Jeremy goes out with a measuring tape and makes sure projects are getting started promptly and correctly. Carrie handles business operations and makes sure the showroom is stocked with beautiful product.

This power couple met while still in high school, dated through college and have been married for 25 years. They’ve both worked in a variety of roles in and out of the housing industry, making them well rounded and professionally developed. Jeremy has started his own stucco company and custom kitchen cabinet company and has manufactured doors and hardwood floors. Carrie has worked in the housing industry for 25 years and has been a realtor for the past five, so she has seen and sold a good share of floors.

The business’s new tagline “A Passion for Flooring & Professional Installation” was chosen with intention.

They take their professionalism seriously at Suncoast.

Jeremy and Carrie understand that people are hesitant to remodel their homes and are sometimes overwhelmed when trying to choose a company or individuals for those projects.

“Our number one goal is to create a great client experience by helping them feel comfortable and confident in us through the entire installation process,” co-owner Carrie Carver said.

Carrie has realized in real estate people are reluctant to buy homes that need remodel because those projects can be daunting. Suncoast exists to help homeowners confidently simplify that process.

“When somebody walks through those doors and spends thousands of dollars on their flooring, the experience needs to be good,” Jeremy said. “They’re making a huge investment and they need to feel good about that.”

Suncoast prioritizes product quality and customer service. Stop by their flooring showroom to see the quality and experience the service firsthand.

They offer free estimates on their services. Suncoast offers any flooring option you can think of from carpet and porcelain tile to engineered wood and laminate vinyl planking (LVP), also known as laminate vinyl tile (LVT). They also started carrying pool decorative tile to make your backyard oasis pop.

Give your bathroom or kitchen a makeover with an accent tile backsplash and new floors. Suncoast has the solutions.

“Professional consultation, coordination, and installation are not something we are willing to rush. The quality of our projects are the priority,” Jeremy said. “But we make every effort to complete projects quickly and make extraordinary efforts to meet a client’s schedule.”

With the current supply chain environment, Suncoast focus on products and suppliers – many made in the USA – with exceptional availability and fast delivery times to ensure timely project start times.

Suncoast Flooring and Design, formerly known as Suncoast Flooring, Kitchen & Bath, started in 2004 and is located at 5668 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Unit 2. They changed their name to reflect their vision of expanding what they offer past simply flooring.

They even do financing through Synchrony Bank.

“Customers can apply through us and get approved almost immediately,” Design Consultant Debbie Starling said, who’s been working in the industry for 10 years.

Jeremy says Suncoast is focused on the elements of a home that are more permanent. Lighting and kitchen hardware are easily replaced, but flooring is long term.

“You don’t want to put floors down that you want to replace in five years,” Jeremy said. “You want to put floors down that you’re going to be on your deathbed like ‘I still love these floors!’”
Environment shapes us, so the vision at Suncoast really is about creating an environment that people love, where they can thrive.
“We want to be a part of designing those spaces that people live their lives in,” Jeremy said. 0

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