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cork flooring uses the material extracted from the bark of the cork oak tree. The bark is peeled off to be used for cork flooring every decade. The tree itself is never felled. The bark is a vegetal tissue made by an agglomeration of dead cells filled with air and lined with alternating layers of cellulose and a substance called suberin.
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Shaw got its start in 1946 as Star Dye Company, a small business that dyed tufted scatter rugs. The events that transformed the company into the world's largest carpet manufacturer are too numerous to write or even know. But the philosophy guiding those events – such as meeting customers, determining their needs and supplying those needs – hasn't changed much through the years.
Today, with the leadership of CEO Vance Bell and president Randy Merritt, Shaw is a full-service flooring company, and the employees' daily efforts illustrate their commitment and their determination to stay on top in an ever-changing and highly competitive marketplace.
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Karndean Design flooring is a global interiors company supplying luxury vinyl flooring to homes and businesses. Inspired by nature, they make the functional stylish. They aim to be inspiring, supportive and practical in recognizing your needs and helping you choose your look.
They supply homes and businesses with Design flooring, floors that are stunning to look at yet easy to look after. Each comes with a selection of customizable features so you can create something really special and personal to you. With so many styles, finishes and formats to choose from, everyone can find something to suit their personal style.
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J+J Invision crafts intelligent and beautiful commercial carpet goods for diverse applications. As an independent, family-owned business for three generations, they engineer our broadloom and modular offerings with a steadfast commitment to design, quality, service, integrity and sustainability.
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Glen Eden manufactures 100-percent New Zealand wool rugs and carpeting for residential, commercial, aviation and marine customers. Here you can also find exclusive tapestry borders and woven Wiltons in both broadloom and area rugs.
A wide selection of stock patterns, colors and textures are available. Glen Eden also specializes in custom designing an endless combination of creative patterns, colors and textures to meet customers' specific requirements. Glen Eden's highly skilled artisans are uniquely qualified to assist customers in designing their own carpet or rug creations.
By combining old-world craftsmanship and materials with advanced carpet-making technology, Glen Eden creates wool carpet of enduring quality and stylish sophistication.
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Mohawk sells floor covering and textiles for every room in the home and for every commercial application. Hardwood flooring, laminate flooring, ceramic tile flooring, stone and marble flooring and (via an exclusive distribution agreement with Congoleum), vinyl sheet flooring are among the newest Mohawk product offerings. What's more, the company now offers woven bedspreads, tapestries, pillows, throws and window blinds. Mohawk products are found in major retailers across the country and the world, from Home Depot to Bloomingdales, from Lowe's to Macy's, from Target and Wal-Mart to specialty boutiques in large cities and small towns. Mohawk is making the world a more beautiful place.
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Founded in 1980 by Sy Cohen, Stanton Carpet Corporation was built on the mission to create a brand that was synonymous with style and value for the decorative market. He has met that mission with what is recognized today as one of the nation's leading manufacturers and importers of decorative, high-quality branded carpet and custom rugs.
Today Stanton is a portfolio company of Linsalata Capital Partners, a private equity firm based out of Cleveland, Ohio. Stanton's three quality carpet divisions represent all key facets of the soft flooring arena: Stanton Carpet, Royal Dutch Carpets and Antrim Carpets USA, Ltd.
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Godfrey Hirst Carpets combines the latest colors, patterns and textures to provide you with the classic beauty and practical beauty you expect from a versatile line of flooring that can coordinate with today's home environment.
Godfrey Hirst predominantly uses New Zealand wool for its carpets. With some 40 million sheep grazing on beautiful, lush green pastures, use of New Zealand wool ensures an environmentally sustainable fiber that is the cleanest and whitest wool in the world.
The Wools of New Zealand brand represents the standard of excellence in wool carpets. Godfrey Hirst USA and Godfrey Hirst Carpets of Canada are proud licensed partners with Wools of New Zealand, meeting quality standards and fiber content requirements.
The name and trademark (used exclusively on products containing at least 80 percent wool, with the majority (60%) being New Zealand wool), are applied only to carpets and rugs that have met the highest performance and environmental specifications.
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To achieve environmental leadership, Forbo Flooring is placing sustainability at the heart of its business. Foro Flooring protects, invests in and cares for all environments that we touch. Whether it is a work, indoor or natural environment, our goal is simply to optimize our performance now, and for the benefit of our collective futures.
Creating better environments is an integral part of the way we do business and the way we promote our activities to our stakeholders.
Forbo Flooring is the first flooring manufacturer to use Life Cycle Assessment to measure the environmental performance of all its products and the organization itself. We have outlined an environmental strategy with a challenging target to improve all environmental impacts with focus on reducing the CO2 and other related emissions that contribute to irreversible climate change caused by global warming.
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