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Northern Virginia, Maryland & DC Carpet Remnants – Wools, Nylon, Stainmaster, Polyester & More

Carpet remnants in DC, Alexandria, Arlington news: Just in – 30 rolls of woven wools from Karastan priced at $2.79/ft and several Stanton and Nourison rems priced below $5/ft. These are fantastic deals!
Revised message: It’s a few months after I wrote that line and 10% of the Karastan remnants are left. My remnant pile is now very low and I’m ordering more today.
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Looking for the most complete selection of in-stock carpet remnants in the Northern Virginia, DC-Metro area? Well, I can’t easily fit pictures of our 3 warehouses full of carpet and hard surface flooring into one blog post, but here are some snapshots to give you an idea. We stock plush, textured, nylons, polyester, olefin, wools and more. Some manufacturers include: Karastan, Godfrey Hirst, Stanton, Nourison, Mohawk, Milliken, Shaw, Masland, Fabrica, Dixie, Bigelow, Interface, Atlas, Lees, and more.

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Here are some price savings examples:

Wools by Stanton and Nourison normally $9-15/ft

In-stock at $4.99 and lower.

Plush StainMaster Nylon carpet normally $3-5/ft

In-stock at $1.99/ft and below.

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Stop by… we’re right off 395 at 430 S. Pickett Street.
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All the best,

Chris

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Lomax carpet backing: An eco-friendly choice

Using natural methane gas to power the backing process.How-Lomax-Works

With the help of Lomax Technology from the Dow Chemical Company, Mohawk is the first manufacturer in residential carpeting to use renewable energy in producing latex backings for all Mohawk SmartStrand and SmartStrand with DuPont Sorona carpet.

It all starts in a Dalton, Georgia, landfill, where a surprising solution is found in an unexpected place.

The decomposition of solid waste inside the landfill creates bacteria which in turn generates 50% methane, 50% carbon dioxide gas. A system of pipes and blowers will collect the gas and then direct it to a central location.

This landfill gas, which was an otherwise unusable pile of waste, has now become a renewable energy source. It will replace the natural gas, precious fossil fuels, that were previously powering the plant used to make the latex backing for Mohawk carpet.

Now in addition to the creation of an eco-friendly carpet with beauty and durability, Lomax Technology has developed an equally environmentally-sound creation process to match.

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Mohawk’s SmartStrand and Shaw’s R2x… get ready to laugh

I get inquiries daily regarding this or that fiber and specific end-use applications. As a US Green Building Council LEED AP, my favorites are the ones looking for balance between stain resistance and eco-friendly attributes.  Of course, past posts have shown my bias for SmartStrand, but I had no role in the production of the following video clips.
But oh, how I truly enjoy them and hope you do too!

SmartStrand and R2x

SmartStrand & Bleach

R2x floats… big deal!

For more information on SmartStrand, check out this post:
SmartStrand and Sustainability

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Berven Carpets

CCA & Alexandria Carpet One – Coming To The Rescue of Expo’s Former Customers:

If you are a former Expo Design Center customer, have no fear.
We can provide you with the best Berven Carpets, Karastan, Nourison, Masland, Couristan, Mohawk, Shaw, Fabrica and others have to offer.
Give us a call and we’ll be there for you… even if Expo won’t!

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Carpet & Stains

Got a stain? From Shaw’s guide to carpet cleaning and stain removal:

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Protect your carpet–step by-step

With the exceptional quality of Shaw’s carpet, your carpet could “ugly” out long before it “wears” out. Make sure it doesn’t with a comprehensive care program made up of four parts:
Preventive Maintenance – protect your investment before problems occur.
Vacuuming – the most important step in caring for your carpet.
Spot and Spill Removal – because, let’s face it, they just can’t always be avoided.
Overall Cleaning – because vacuuming doesn’t get everything.
No carpet is absolutely stain proof

Some carpets have stain resistant treatments that improve your ability to clean stains, but not prevent stains. Similarly, carpets with soil resistant treatments reduce the rate of soiling, but all carpets require regular care and maintenance. Click here to learn about Shaw’s own breakthrough in carpet soil and stain resistance technology, R2X.
Staining versus soiling
There is often confusion about the difference between soiling and staining carpet. The majority of stain complaints are actually soil related. For example, many sugar-based spills, such as soft drinks and coffee, leave a sugar residue after removal. This sticky residue readily attracts soil from ordinary shoe traffic, and the resulting discolored area appears to be a stain.

The same thing happens when spills are cleaned with a detergent solution and the area is not sufficiently rinsed with plain water, leaving a sticky detergent residue. It is important to rinse thoroughly with water and blot dry after removing any spill.

New flooring represents a substantial investment. The proper steps will make sure it stays attractive for years to come.
Preventative Maintenance
Place walk-off mats at all entrances
Walk-off mats should be used at the exterior of all entrances to absorb the soil and moisture. They can help trap the excessive dirt, sand, grit, and other substances such as oil, asphalt, or driveway sealer that would otherwise be tracked into the home. Mats should also be cleaned on a regular basis so they don’t become sources of soil themselves.
Use a quality pad
You should always use a quality pad under your carpet, particularly on stairs. A good carpet pad not only gives better resilience and comfort underfoot, it can extend the life of your carpet. Because some carpets carry warranties with specific density and thickness requirements, be sure and review your warranty before purchasing your pad. Click here to learn about Shaw’s Soft Foundations line of carpet cushion.
Occasionally move heavy furniture
Move heavy furniture occasionally to avoid excessive pile crushing. You should also use floor protectors designed for carpet under the legs of tables, chairs, and other furniture to help distribute the weight. Do not use chairs or appliances with rollers or casters without a chair pad designed specifically for carpet or damage can occur.
Protect carpet when moving furniture
When moving heavy wheeled furniture (pianos, buffets, etc.), prevent damage by placing a protective barrier of heavy cardboard or plywood between the wheels and the carpet.
Clean your area rugs
If you use area rugs on your carpet, be sure to clean them regularly. Clean and restore the pile of the carpet underneath as well. Also, be sure to check area rugs for colorfastness before placing them on carpet because the color in some rugs may bleed through. After cleaning your carpet, allow it to dry completely before replacing rugs.
Reduce periods of direct sunlight
Protect your carpet from prolonged periods of direct sunlight with blinds, shades, or awnings.
Vacuuming
The most important step in caring for your carpet is vacuuming.
Vacuum carpet thoroughly and frequently, particularly in high-traffic areas. Realize that walking on soiled carpet allows the soil particles to work their way below the surface of the pile where they are far more difficult to remove and can damage the carpet fibers. Frequent vacuuming removes these particles from the surface before problems occur.

For rooms with light traffic, vacuum the carpet traffic lanes twice weekly and the entire area once weekly. In areas with heavy traffic, vacuum the carpet traffic lanes daily and the entire area twice weekly. Up to three passes of the machine will suffice for light soiling, but five to seven passes are necessary for heavily soiled areas. Change the vacuuming direction occasionally to help stand the pile upright and reduce matting.
Check the quality of your vacuum
A good vacuum cleaner is vital to prolonging the beauty and life of your carpet. An inexpensive machine can remove surface dirt but will not effectively remove the hidden dirt and particles embedded in the pile.

To ensure that your vacuum will conform to the highest industry standards, make sure that your vacuum cleaner is certified through the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) Vacuum Cleaner Indoor Air Quality Program. Visit ]www.carpet-rug.com for details and listings.
Select the best vacuum for your type of carpet
Shaw recommends using vacuums with a rotating brush or combination beater/brush bar that agitates the carpet pile and mechanically loosens soil for removal. Carpet with thick loop pile construction, particularly wool and wool-blend styles, may be sensitive to brushing or rubbing of the pile surface and may become fuzzy. For these products, Shaw recommends a suction-only vacuum or a vacuum with an adjustable brush lifted away from the carpet so it does not agitate the pile. A vacuum with a beater/brush bar can be tested for excessive fuzzing in an inconspicuous location before regular use.
Pay attention to vacuum bags
Replaceable paper vacuum bags do a better job of trapping small particles than cloth bags. With cloth bags, the particles pass back into the room. High efficiency vacuum bags, also called micro filtration bags, trap even smaller microscopic particles such as mold and mildew spores and dust mite byproducts, which are often found to be a source of allergies. All vacuum bags should be checked often and replaced when half full.
Check the belt and the setting
Make sure the belt is in good condition and that the brush or beater bar rotates when in contact with the carpet. To adjust the vacuum to the correct height setting for the carpet, raise the beater/brush bar to the highest setting and then lower it until it contacts the pile enough to slightly vibrate the carpet several inches away from the machine, but not low enough to cause significant slowing of the motor.
Change vacuuming directions
Change the vacuuming direction occasionally to help stand the pile upright and help reduce matting.
Spot and Spill Removal
Protect your carpet–step by-step
No carpet is stain proof, but since many are stain resistant, you have time to act. Look below to see if the specific spill you’re trying to remove is listed. If so, you’ll see instructions to help. If not, use the following general quidelines.
Remove as much of food spills as possible by scraping the carpet gently with a spoon or a dull knife.

Absorb wet spills as quickly as possible by blotting repeatedly with white paper or white cloth towels. Always blot; never rub or scrub abrasively, as a fuzzy area may result. When blotting, work from the outer edge in toward the center of the spot to avoid spreading the spill.

Remove the stain using one of the cleaning items from the checklist below.

Rinse the cleaned carpet area with water to remove detergent residue that may become sticky and cause rapid re-soiling.

Absorb any remaining moisture by placing several layers of white towels over the spot and weighing them down with a heavy object. This step is necessary even when the carpet doesn’t seem particularly damp.

What do you use to clean the spill? Be prepared with the following checklist.
You should use the following items for handling spills on your carpet. It’s important to use only the items listed, because many other household cleaners contain chemicals that may permanently damage your carpet.
White cloths or white paper towels
Detergent solution
Mix mild liquid detergent with water (no more than 1/4 teaspoon of detergent to 32 ounces of water). A clear, non-bleach liquid dishwashing detergent such as Dawn, Joy, or clear Ivory is recommended. Do not use detergents that are cloudy or creamy because they may leave a sticky residue.

Vinegar solution
Mix 1 part white vinegar to 1 part water.

Ammonia solution
Mix one tablespoon of ammonia to one cup of water. (Do not use on wool or wool-blend carpets.)

Non-oily nail polish remover
Chewing gum remover (freeze or solid type)
Spot Remover
Use spot removers designed specifically for grease, oil, or tar, such as Carbona or Energine.

Solution-dyed fibers can withstand bleach, but do you know if your carpet is solution-dyed?
Difficult stains on carpets made from polypropylene or other solution-dyed fibers may be removed with a mild bleach solution (one part chlorine bleach to five parts water). But be careful. If you aren’t absolutely certain your carpet is solution dyed, call Shaw’s Information Center at 1-800-441-Shaw.
Overall Cleaning
Vacuuming alone won’t protect your carpet
Even though vacuuming can remove most soil, it is also necessary to clean your carpet on a regular basis to remove the oily, sticky soil that vacuums don’t remove. These soils result from cooking vapors, air pollution, and tracked-in dirt from outside. The particles of oily soil deposited on carpet fibers can cause gradual but significant dulling of colors. The color isn’t lost, but is hidden under the film. If this type of soil is allowed to accumulate, it begins to attract and hold the dry soil.

If carpet is cleaned before it becomes too unsightly, the cleaning chore will be easier and more successful. Carpet in a typical household should be cleaned every 12 to 18 months, depending on the number of residents and amount of activity.

Choosing the proper cleaning system is important. Some systems may leave residues which accelerates re-soiling and defeats the whole purpose of cleaning. The recommendations below represent the best current knowledge and should help prolong the time between cleanings.
What about spot and stain removal?
Shaw’s R2X Stain and Soil Remover is the only carpet cleaning product with the endorsement consumers have trusted for more than 100 years: the Good Housekeeping Seal. Because of our patented process, it’s even easier to use than most spot cleaners. Learn more about R2X or order your bottle today.
What cleaning system should you use?
Shaw recommends the hot water extraction system. Research indicates that the hot water extraction system provides the best capability for cleaning. This system is commonly referred to as “steam cleaning,” although no steam is actually generated. The process consists of spraying a solution of water and detergent into the carpet pile and recovering the water and soil with a powerful vacuum into a holding tank. This can be done from a truck-mounted unit outside the home with only the hose and wand brought inside or by a portable system brought into the home.
Professional or do-it-yourself?
It is to your advantage to use professional carpet cleaners because their experience enables them to do a better job than you can do yourself. Their equipment has more extraction power than the rental units available to individuals, and the carpet should dry more quickly. True professionals also understand the equipment, know the proper cleaning agents for the situation at hand, and recognize the differences in fibers and carpet construction.
How do you locate a professional carpet cleaner?
One way to locate a professional carpet cleaner is to contact the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (11CRC) at 1-800-835-4624. This organization maintains a national directory of independent professional cleaners who are trained and certified in a variety of cleaning specialties. Call and explain that you have purchased a Shaw carpet, and be sure to ask for a cleaner near you who uses the “hot water extraction system.”

If you prefer tackling the job yourself, check these do-it-yourself guidelines before you begin.
Do-It-Yourself
If you decide to rent a steam cleaning machine and clean your carpet yourself, you’ll need to choose your equipment carefully. Most rental units available do not adequately clean and may actually damage the carpet. Check several cleaning systems before making a selection and consider the following:
Make sure the carpet will dry quickly
The cleaning equipment you select should have enough vacuum power to allow the carpet to dry within 6 to 12 hours after cleaning. Units that do not have the power to extract the cleaning solution from the carpet adequately may actually damage the carpet due to over wetting.
Do not over wet the carpet
Most problems in do-it-yourself cleaning are due to one of two problems, and this in one of them. Prolonged dampness may promote growth of mildew and bacteria in the carpet or cause separation of the backing. A carpet that is wet for more than 24 hours could experience these problems.
Do not use excessive detergent
This is the other problem most commonly experienced by do-it-yourselfers. You should use a cleaning solution with a pH less than 10, preferably near 9, and with a minimum of non sticky residue. The attraction between the detergent and the soil and oil particles is critical during the cleaning process. However, if it isn’t rinsed completely, the detergent residue continues to attract the particles after cleaning. Increasing the amount of cleaning solution beyond the recommended level does not increase cleaning performance, but makes the removal of detergent more difficult. Because buildup of detergent residue is the most common cause of accelerated re-soiling complaints, Shaw also recommends a clear water rinse after cleaning.
Know your warranty guidelines
Carpet with stain resistant treatments must be cleaned with products formulated for this purpose, or the stain resistance will be impaired and the warranty voided. Do not use cleaning or spotting solutions that contain bleaches or optical brighteners because they can discolor the carpet.
Do not use silicone-based anti-soil treatments
The only anti-soil products approved for use on Shaw carpets after the cleaning process are either DuPont Teflon® or 3M Scotchgard™.
Use fans to speed drying time
Reduce drying time by using several fans to move air across the carpet in combination with a dehumidifier or air conditioner to pull moisture out of the air. Carpet should be dry within 12 hours; even fewer hours is better.
Shaw Industries does not recommend Bonnet cleaning systems.
These systems employ a rotating bonnet of terry cloth or other absorbent material to agitate the carpet pile and absorb soil. A detergent solution is sprayed onto the pile and then worked with the bonnet attached to a rotary floor polisher. The Bonnet system has very limited capability for soil removal and leaves much of the detergent in the pile since it employs no real extraction. As a result, rapid re-soiling often occurs. Another disadvantage is that the spinning bonnet may distort the fibers of cut pile carpet, fuzz the pile, and leave distinct swirl marks.


R2X repels stains. Attracts customers.


R2X–it’s the industry’s most innovative carpet stain and soil repelling system and the product of years of research and testing. Shaw’s patented and exclusive R2X system* goes beyond conventional repellents that only protect the surface of the carpet. With R2X, carpets are armed with total fiber coverage, offering complete protection from the top to the bottom of the yarn. This total fiber coverage offers unprecedented protection against household spills and everyday soiling. With R2X, spills that reach the base of the yarn don’t penetrate and wick back to the top as they do with conventional solutions.

In testing, R2X demonstrated superior carpet stain resistance on two levels. First, it provides better initial protection. Second, it allows more time to react to a problem.

Another significant benefit of R2X is its effectiveness with polypropylene. Most polypropylene carpets have an inherent tendency to attract soil. Topical soil carpet treatments are only “skin deep,” and the limited protection they offer wears away after cleaning or normal wear and tear. In contrast, R2X continues to perform well even after repeated cleanings–with both nylon and polypropylene–when the performance of ordinary systems begins to diminish. And of course, Shaw’s warranty protection ensures customer satisfaction, time after time.
* U.S. Patent Nos. 5851595, 5520962.

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There’s Green, and then there’s Green Select.

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Green, green, green… every time I turn around, someone is telling me why some product is “green.”  I’m starting to get a little skeptical.
Some flooring manufacturers are not immune to this either. “Look, the label on the back of our samples is recyclable!” they’d say with elan. I’m not amused.
I want REAL GREEN and I want it now. And, as it turns out, I’ve got it.
Let me run down a list of some truly-amazing green carpet we have:
1 – Sorona SmartStrand polymer – This stuff is really green. In fact, it’s partially made of corn oil and is fully recyclable.



2 – PET fiber – this is what happens to your old soda (or water) bottles and it’s a truly-green story. Do a little search on PET fiber and you’ll see the whole story from grocery shelf to recycling bin to your floor.  Very believable.

3 – Natural Wool – Now, call me slow, but it didn’t register at first that wool comes from sheep and sheep are, well, green… I mean, white. Well, you know what I mean.  Add to that the natural latex used is some of the backings and you’ve got a truly green floorcovering. We carry the complete line of “Nature’s Carpet” wool carpet and it’s very green. Undyed wool, natural fiber and natural latex backings make this truly eco-friendly.
4 – Recycled pad – we have many underlayments for carpet that are recycled from foam from the furniture industry and fabric from the clothing industry.
5 – Anything by Milliken – Milliken carpet mill is the most environmentally-friendly flooring business in the world. That’s right, it’s the greenest facility in the world! And we run their green story DVD all day in our green area of the showroom. Nice job, Mr. Milliken!

And so on…

Keep coming back for more information on green flooring choices.  We’re all over it and would be proud to help you put it all over your floors!

Chris
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Here are many products in Carpet One’s Green Select program.
Montado Cork
Peebled Natural Pebbled Natural BJ01034 GRN03
Envira Blocked Blocked BJ39002 GRN03
Envira Linear Linear BJ22002 GRN03
Envira Random Random BJ24021 GRN03
Envira Blocked Auburn Auburn BL48003 GRN04
Envira Linear Auburn Auburn BL83003 GRN05
Envira Cobbled Auburn Auburn BL66002 GRN06
Jisbula Salt Blocked – Salt RK28001 GRN03
Jisbula Anise Blocked – Anise RK27001 GRN03
Jisbula Black Pepper Blocked – Black Pepper RK29001 GRN03
Jisbula Cinnamin Blocked – Cinnamon RK49001 GRN03
Algarvar Cassia Random – Cassia RK14002 GRN03
Algarvar Cumin Random – Cumin RK79001 GRN03
Algarvar Tamarind Random – Tamarind RK81001 GRN03
Algarvar Safron Random – Safron RK80001 GRN03
Sobres Mustard Linear – Mustard RK84001 GRN03
Sobres Sumac Linear – Sumac RK88001 GRN03
Sobres Cajun Linear – Cajun RK87001 GRN03
Sobres Brown Sugar Linear – Brown Sugar RK89001 GRN03
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Plank Honeytone Mannington Revolutions Plank Ontario Oak 26301
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Plank Gunstock Mannington Revolutions Plank Ontario Oak 26302
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Spice Mannington Revolutions Plank Louisville Hickory 26400
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Butterscotch Mannington Revolutions Plank Louisville Hickory 26401
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Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Nutmeg Mannington Revolutions Plank Louisville Hickory 26402
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Honey Mannington Revolutions Plank Louisville Hickory 26403
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Burlwood Coffee Mannington Revolutions Plank Burlwood Coffee 26500
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Maple Mannington Revolutions Plank Spalted Maple 26510
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Brazilian Cherry Mannington Revolutions Plank Brazilian Cherry 26540
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Cherry Mannington Revolutions Plank Heritage Cherry 26700
Platinum Mirror Lake Laminate Kooteney Tanned Cherry Mannington Revolutions Plank Heritage Cherry 26701
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Wilbury Farm Oak Mannington Coordinations Honey Barn Oak 36040M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Ampeg Maple Mannington Coordinations Natural Berhshire Maple 56012M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Spalted Natural Maple Mannington Coordinations Natural Spalted Maple 56013M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Spalted Honey Maple Mannington Coordinations Honey Spalted Maple 56014M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Marshall Cherry Mannington Coordinations Autumn Meridian Cherry 56015M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Cashen Cherry Mannington Coordinations Spice Centennial Cherry 56016M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Stratpaul Hickory Mannington Coordinations Honey Newport Hickory 56025M
Gold Mirror Lake Laminate Hutchinson Burlwood Mannington Coordinations Honey Australian Burlwood 56050M
Bronze Mirror Lake Laminate Princeville Honeytone Mannington Value Lock Honeytone Washington Oak 65000M
Bronze Mirror Lake Laminate Dunlap Natural Oak Mannington Value Lock Natural Centerville Oak 65001M
Bronze Mirror Lake Laminate Spring Valley Cherry Mannington Value Lock Bennington Cherry Autumn 65011M

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Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Green Valley
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Dusty Canyon
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Mountain Mist
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Island Stone
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Island Slate
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Stone
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Sandstone
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Slate
Platinum SelectAFloor Laminate Design Kooteney Prairie

Mannington Revolutions Tile Adirondack 38600 Valley Green GRN01
Mannington Revolutions Tile Adirondack 38602 Dusty Canyon GRN01
Mannington Revolutions Tile Adirondack 38603 Mountain Mist GRN01
Mannington NatureForm Tile Pacific Island Stone 38060M Painted Desert GRN01
Mannington NatureForm Tile Burmese Slate 38004M Autumn Glow GRN01
Mannington Revolations Tile Palermo Stone 38520 Pinecone GRN01
Mannington Revolations Tile Palermo Stone 38522 Sandstone GRN01
Mannington Revolations Tile Raja Slate 38500 Amber Green GRN01
Mannington Revolutions Tile Pompeii Stone 38511 Prairie Beige GRN01

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Silver Vertical Bamboo Topaz / Horizontal Bamboo Topaz Columbia 1300 Vertical Bamboo / Horizontal Bamboo BVS320F / BHS320F Topaz Bamboo GRN03
Horizontal Bamboo Ivory Columbia 1700 Horizontal Bamboo BHS310F Ivory Bamboo GRN03
Titanium Mahogany Antique Elm Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-06 Antique Elm Chestnut Elm GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Antique Heart Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-04 Antique Heart Pine Reclaimed Pine GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Cherry Elm Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-07 Antique Elm Cherry Elm GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Elm Walnut Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-05 Antique Elm Walnut Elm GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Natural Antique Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-08 Antique Elm Natural Elm GRN01
Titanium Kelsey Pine Mohawk 1700 Queenstown WEK4-04 Antique Pine Reclaimed Pine GRN01
Silver Horizontal Bamboo Ivory Columbia 1300 Horizontal Bamboo BHS310F Ivory Bamboo GRN03
Silver Vertical Bamboo Topaz / Horizontal Bamboo Topaz Columbia 1300 Vertical Bamboo / Horizontal Bamboo BVS320F / BHS320F Topaz Bamboo GRN03
Titanium Mahogany Antique Elm Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-06 Antique Elm Chestnut Elm GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Antique Heart Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-04 Antique Heart Pine Reclaimed Pine GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Cherry Elm Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-07 Antique Elm Cherry Elm GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Elm Walnut Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-05 Antique Elm Walnut Elm GRN01
Titanium Mahogany Natural Antique Mohawk 1700 Zanzibar WEK3-08 Antique Elm Natural Elm GRN01
Titanium Kelsey Pine Mohawk 1700 Queenstown WEK4-04 Antique Pine Reclaimed Pine GRN01

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Green Select Broadloom Carpets
ABANDON
ACADEMIC – HSC
ACADEMIC – HSC – INV
ACCLAIM
ACCLAIM – HSC
ACCLAIM – INV
ACTIVITY HALL
AGED TO PERFECTION
AJA
ALEXIS
ALLISON
AMADORE
AMBER WAVES
AMBER WAVES – CPP
AMBITION – HSC
AMBITION – HSC – INV
AMBITION II – HSC
AMBITION II – HSC – INV
AMUSEMENT
ANCHORBAR
ANIKA
APOLINA
APPALACHIAN TRAIL
APROPOS
APROPOS – HSC
APROPOS – INV
ARIANNA
AUSTIN
AUTUMN TRAIL
AUTUMN TRAIL – INV
AVA
AWARD WINNER
BAKER ISLAND
BAKER ISLAND – INV
BALLYLEE
BANDSTAND
BANDSTAND – HSC
BANDSTAND – INV
BANDSTAND II – HSC
BANDSTAND II – HSC – INV
BANTER
BARKLEY ZG
BAY LILY
BAY LILY BORDER
BELLHOP
BERNADETTE
BESS
BESS – INV
BETHANY
BIG SKY – HSC
BIG SKY – HSC – INV
BLUE NILE BORDER II
BLUE NILE II
BOARDROOM
BON ECHO
BONITA SPRINGS
BONITA SPRINGS – INV
BRAMPTON
BRAMPTON – CPP
BREAKAWAY TILE
BRENDA
BRICE
BRIDGE HOUSE
BRIDGET
BRIDLE PATH
BRIDLE PATH – INV
BROMLEY
BROMLEY – CPP
BUCKEYE
BUCKEYE – HSC
BUCKEYE – HSC – INV
BUCKEYE II – HSC
BUCKEYE II – HSC – INV
BUFFALO GAP
CABLE KNIT
CABRINI – HSC
CADDIE
CADDIE – INV
CAMI
CANTRALLA
CANYON DE CHELLY S, T
CARIBOU

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CARIBOU – HSC
CARIBOU – INV
CARLA
CARLA – INV
CARRIE
CARYTOWNE
CC55
CC55 – INV
CC56
CC65
CC65 – INV
CC66
CC66 – INV
CECILY
CEDAR CHEST
CHELSEA PLACE
CHERISHED TREASURE S, B
CHERRY BLOSSOM II B
CHERRY BLOSSOM II B – INV
CHRISTA
CLARISSA
CLEAN SLATE
CLEAR SPRING (T) – HSC
CLEAR SPRING (T) – HSC – INV
CLOUDY SKY
COFFEE BREAK
COFFEE BREAK – INV
COIR IMAGE
COLISEUM
COLISEUM – HSC
COLOR FIESTA
COLORIFIC ROYALE II
COLORIFIC SUPREME II
COLT
COLT – INV
COMMANDO

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COMMANDO II
COMMISAR
COMMUNITY SUPPORT
COMPASS
COMPASS – INV
COMPASSION
CONSTANCE
CONSTANCE – INV
CONVERGENCE
COOL TREAT
COPIOUS
COUNT ON ME
COURANT
CROW’S NEST
CROW’S NEST – HSC
CROW’S NEST – HSC – INV
CULTIVATING UNITY
DAFNE
DAMEN – HSC
DAMEN – HSC – INV
DARBYFIELD
DARCY
DARLA
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DESK SPACE
DIVINE LUXURY
DIVINE LUXURY ROYALE
DONEGAL TWEED
DOWNTOWN – RESISTA TILE
DYONYSIUS
DYONYSIUS SUPREME
DYONYSIUS ULTIMATE
EARNEST
EARNEST ENH III PLUS
EARNEST UNITARY
EASEMENT
EASTMAN
ECCLESIASTIC
ECHO AB
ECHO ST LK
ECHO UNITARY
EILEEN
ELABORATE
ELABORATE UNITARY
ELAINE
ELIANA
ELIZABETH I
ELK ISLAND
EMBOSSED
EMPIRE FALLS
ENDANGERED
ENJOY THE SHOW
ENRICA
ENROLLMENT 26
ENROLLMENT 28

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ENTALIA
ENTERTAINMENT
ENTREATY
ENVY 28
ENVY 28 UNITARY
EPHRON
EPISODE
ERASMUS
ERICA
ETTORE
EVANEAU
EVERGLADES
EVERLASTING COLOR
EVERLASTING COLOR – INV
EVERLEY
EVITA 30
EVITA 36
EVOKE
EXISTENCE
EXOTIC LOCALES
EXOTIC LOCALES – INV
EXPERT
EXPERT – HSC
EXPERT – INV
EXPERT II – HSC
EXPERT II – HSC – INV
FAMILY FAVORITE
FAMILY GATHERING SB
FARMSTEAD – HSC
FAST BREAK (T)
FAST BREAK (T) – INV
FERNANDINA
FIRST LIGHT
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FIRST LIGHT – CPP
FIRST LIGHT TILE
FIRST STAR II
FIRST STAR II BORDER
FORUM – RESISTA TILE
FRAGRANT FLOWER
FRAGRANT FLOWER BORDER
FREE-THROW TILE
FRESH OUTLOOK
FRIENDLY RIVALRY
GAME BREAKER I
GAME BREAKER I – INV
GAME BREAKER II
GAME BREAKER II – INV
GARDEN MEADOW
GARDEN MEADOW – INV
GARRETT PLACE
GARRIN
GEORGE V
GETAWAY RETREAT
GIDDINGS ROYALE – HSC
GIDDINGS SUPREME – HSC

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GIVE’N GO TILE
GRAND BALLROOM
GRAND HALL
GRAND HALL – INV
GRAND PRIX TWEED
GRAND TOURNAI
GRASS ROOTS – INV
GREAT BASIN
GREAT SCOT
GREAT SERVICE
GREATER CALL
HADDOCK B – HSC
HADDOCK B – HSC – INV
HADDOCK S – HSC
HADDOCK S – HSC – INV
HARBOR B – HSC
HARBOR B – HSC – INV
HARBOR S – HSC
HARBOR S – HSC – INV
HEADQUARTERS TILE
HIGH FLYING TILE
HOLLAND
HOLLY SPRINGS
HOME AGAIN
HOME AGAIN – INV
HOMECOMING – HSC
HOMECOMING ROYALE – HSC
HONORARIA
HONORED HOME – HSC
HOPE VALLEY

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HURLY BURLY
IMPRESARIO – HSC
IMPRESARIO – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO II – HSC
IMPRESARIO II – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO ROYALE – HSC
IMPRESARIO ROYALE – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO ROYALE II – HSC
IMPRESARIO ROYALE II- HSC- INV
IMPRESARIO SUPREME – HSC
IMPRESARIO SUPREME – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO SUPREME II – HSC
IMPRESARIO SUPREME II -HSC-INV
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE – HSC
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE – HSC -INV
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE II – HSC
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE II-HSC-INV
INTERSECTION – RESISTA TILE
ISLANDER
IVANNA
IVANNA BORDER
JACKSON GAP
JACQUARD HERRINGBONE
JACQUARD SQUARE
JANICE
JAYDEN
JEANETTE
JEANETTE BORDER
JENNICA
JILLIAN
JILLIAN BORDER
JOELLEN
JOLA
JOLENE
JOLENE BORDER
JOSIE
JULIANNE
KARIS
KLAMATH
KNIGHT CROSSING
KOBUK VALLEY
KRISTEN
KRYSTYNA

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KYLEMORE ABBY
LAINEY
LAKE HELEN
LAKE STEWART
LAKE VILLAGE
LAKESIDE
LASTING TOUCH
LEAH
LEANN
LEGACY LOCH
LET’S DANCE – INV
LIMERICK
LINDENWOOD
LINDY
LISA
LOCARNO
LOFT SPACE
LONGWOOD
LONGWOOD TONES
LOOKOUT POINT
LOST RIVER
LOST RIVER – HSC
LOST RIVER – INV
LOYAL TIES – HSC
LOYAL TIES – HSC – INV
LUCERNE
LUNCH BREAK
LUNCH BREAK TILE
MAGIC MIRACLES – HSC
MAGNETIC
MAGNETIC – INV
MALTA – DES
MAMMOTH CAVE
MARIKA
MARLENE
MARQUISE CUT
MARSHTON
MARTINGALE
MARTY

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MASSIVE CURRENT TILE
MATILDA
MAURA
MEANINGFUL VACATION I
MERAMEC (S)
MERAMEC (S) – INV
MERAMEC (B)
MERAMEC (B) – INV
MESSAGE BOARD
METRO SKYLINE
MIRBECK
MONTEGO
MOONLIGHTING
MOORE
MOUNTAIN GRASS FLAIR
MYLA
NATURE’S GARDEN
NEIGHBORLY
NEIGHBORLY – HSC
NELSON
NEW ENGLAND
NICE EDITION – HSC
NICE EDITION – HSC – INV
NICOLE
NIGHT CLERK
NOEL
NORTH CASCADES
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE II
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE II – INV
NORTHPORT
NOVARA
OMAN
OPALINE
OPHELIA
ORANGE GROVE
ORATION
OVERO
OVERO – INV
OZARK VALLEY

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PARISH
PARISH – HSC
PARKDALE
PARROT CAY
PARRY SOUND
PENDELTON
PENDELTON – HSC
PEP CLUB III 28 AB
PEP CLUB III 28 AB – CPP
PEP CLUB III 26 AB
PEP CLUB III 26 AB – CPP
PEP CLUB III 26 UNITARY
PEP CLUB III 26 UNITARY – CPP
PEP CLUB III 28 UNITARY
PEP CLUB III 28 UNITARY – CPP
PIKE
PINAFORE
PITTER PATTER
PLATITUDES
POINT PELEE
POTPOURRI
POWER SURGE
PRIDE OF PLACE – HSC
PROM QUEEN II AB
PROM QUEEN II AB – CPP
PROM QUEEN II AB – INV
PROM QUEEN II STALOK
PROM QUEEN II STALOK – CPP
PROM QUEEN II UNITARY
PROM QUEEN II UNITARY – CPP

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PROM QUEEN II UNITARY – INV
PURE DEVOTION
RADIANT – HIB
RADIANT CUT
RECEPTION DESK III 30
RECEPTION DESK III 36
REGARD – HSC
REGARD – HSC – INV
REGENCE
REGENCE II
REVEAL – RESISTA TILE
RHYTHMS
RICHARD III
RICHELLE
RIDGEWOOD
RIVERA
RIVERDALE B – HSC
RIVERDALE B – HSC – INV
RIVERDALE S – HSC
RIVERDALE S – HSC – INV
ROBE OF HONOR
ROBE OF HONOR – INV
ROCK STEADY – HSC
ROCK STEADY – HSC – INV
ROUND AND ROUND
ROUND AND ROUND – INV
SAGUARO S, B
SAGUARO S, B – INV
SALENA
SANFORD ROYALE – HSC
SANFORD SUPREME – HSC
SANFORD ULTIMATE – HSC
SARAH
SCHOOL PLAY III 28 AB
SCHOOL PLAY III 28 AB – CPP
SCHOOL PLAY III 28 UNITARY
SCHOOL PLAY III UNITARY – CPP
SEAGRASS SHORE
SEAGRASS TEXTURE

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SEAGRASS WAVES
SHARICE
SHAUNTE
SHEAR DELIGHT
SHELLEY
SHENANDOAH
SHOWMANSHIP
SHOWMANSHIP – INV
SIERRA NEVADA
SISAL CHECK
SISAL MATE
SISAL MOUNTAIN
SKYLAR
SOLAR ORBIT
SOMERTON
SPARKLE
SPARTAN
SPARTAN – HSC
SPARTAN – INV
SPIRITED STEPS
STAR CATCHER
STAR ISLAND
STAR ISLAND – INV
STAR SCREEN – RESISTA TILE
STATEMENT 30
STEFFI
STELLA
STORY BOOK
STURDY
SUBTLE SHADOW
SUMMER SUN TILE
SUNNY DAYS
SUPERSTITION
SWEET CHARM – HSC
SYMPOSIUM UNITARY
SYNDEY
TALEEN
TEMPEST – RESISTA TILE
TENNESON
TERRA NOVA
TERRI
THUNDER BASIN
TOPANGA
TOREADOR
TOUCH OF LUXURY
TOUCHLINE
TRACEY
TRADEMARK
TREND FORECAST
TRIPLE NET
TRISTAN
TROY
TULIP
TULIP – INV
TYLER
ULTIMATUM
UMATILLA
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UNDIVIDED ATTENTION
VICTORIOUS
WAITING ROOM II 30
WAITING ROOM II 30 – CPP
WAITING ROOM II 36
WAITING ROOM II 36 – CPP
WAKE UP CALL
WALLEN ROYALE – HSC
WALLEN SUPREME – HSC
WARM SNOW
WARM SNOW – CPP
WATERSIDE – HSC
WATERSIDE ROYALE – HSC
WATERSIDE SUPREME – HSC
WELCOMED GENEROSITY
WHITMORE FOREST
WIDE SPLENDOR
WILLOUGHBY BAY
WINDCHIME
WINGATE
WINGATE BORDER
WINTER MOON TILE
WIZARDRY
WIZARDRY – INV
WOLF ISLAND
YASMIN
YELLOWSTONE
YOSEMITE
YUKON FLATS

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YVETTE

ABANDON
ACADEMIC – HSC
ACADEMIC – HSC – INV
ACCLAIM
ACCLAIM – HSC
ACCLAIM – INV
ACTIVITY HALL
AGED TO PERFECTION
AJA
ALEXIS
ALLISON
AMADORE
AMBER WAVES
AMBER WAVES – CPP
AMBITION – HSC
AMBITION – HSC – INV
AMBITION II – HSC
AMBITION II – HSC – INV
AMUSEMENT
ANCHORBAR
ANIKA
APOLINA
APPALACHIAN TRAIL
APROPOS
APROPOS – HSC
APROPOS – INV
ARIANNA
AUSTIN
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AUTUMN TRAIL
AUTUMN TRAIL – INV
AVA
AWARD WINNER
BAKER ISLAND
BAKER ISLAND – INV
BALLYLEE
BANDSTAND
BANDSTAND – HSC
BANDSTAND – INV
BANDSTAND II – HSC
BANDSTAND II – HSC – INV
BANTER
BARKLEY ZG
BAY LILY
BAY LILY BORDER
BELLHOP
BERNADETTE
BESS
BESS – INV
BETHANY
BIG SKY – HSC
BIG SKY – HSC – INV
BLUE NILE BORDER II
BLUE NILE II
BOARDROOM
BON ECHO
BONITA SPRINGS
BONITA SPRINGS – INV
BRAMPTON
BRAMPTON – CPP
BREAKAWAY TILS
BREAKAWAY TILE
BRENDA
BRICE
BRIDGE HOUSE
BRIDGET

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BRIDLE PATH
BRIDLE PATH – INV
BROMLEY
BROMLEY – CPP
BUCKEYE
BUCKEYE – HSC
BUCKEYE – HSC – INV
BUCKEYE II – HSC
BUCKEYE II – HSC – INV
BUFFALO GAP
CABLE KNIT
CABRINI – HSC
CADDIE
CADDIE – INV
CAMI
CANTRALLA
CANYON DE CHELLY S, T
CARIBOU
CARIBOU – HSC
CARIBOU – INV
CARLA
CARLA – INV
CARRIE

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CARYTOWNE
CC55
CC55 – INV
CC56
CC65
CC65 – INV
CC66
CC66 – INV
CECILY
CEDAR CHEST
CHELSEA PLACE
CHERISHED TREASURE S, B
CHERRY BLOSSOM II B
CHERRY BLOSSOM II B – INV
CHRISTA
CLARISSA
CLEAN SLATE
CLEAR SPRING (T) – HSC
CLEAR SPRING (T) – HSC – INV
CLOUDY SKY
COFFEE BREAK
COFFEE BREAK – INV
COIR IMAGE
COLISEUM
COLISEUM – HSC
COLOR FIESTA
COLORIFIC ROYALE II
COLORIFIC SUPREME II

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COLT
COLT – INV
COMMANDO
COMMANDO II
COMMISAR
COMMUNITY SUPPORT
COMPASS
COMPASS – INV
COMPASSION
CONSTANCE
CONSTANCE – INV
CONVERGENCE
COOL TREAT
COPIOUS
COUNT ON ME
COURANT
CROW’S NEST
CROW’S NEST – HSC
CROW’S NEST – HSC – INV
CULTIVATING UNITY
DAFNE
DAMEN – HSC
DAMEN – HSC – INV
DARBYFIELD
DARCY
DARLA
DEPOSITION
DESK SPACE
DIVINE LUXURY
DIVINE LUXURY ROYALE
DONEGAL TWEED
DOWNTOWN – RESISTA TILE
DYONYSIUS
DYONYSIUS SUPREME
DYONYSIUS ULTIMATE
EARNEST

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EARNEST ENH III PLUS
EARNEST UNITARY
EASEMENT
EASTMAN
ECCLESIASTIC
ECHO AB
ECHO ST LK
ECHO UNITARY
EILEEN
ELABORATE
ELABORATE UNITARY
ELAINE
ELIANA
ELIZABETH I
ELK ISLAND
EMBOSSED
EMPIRE FALLS
ENDANGERED
ENJOY THE SHOW
ENRICA
ENROLLMENT 26
ENROLLMENT 28
ENTALIA
ENTERTAINMENT
ENTREATY
ENVY 28
ENVY 28 UNITARY
EPHRON
EPISODE
ERASMUS
ERICA
ETTORE
EVANEAU
EVERGLADES
EVERLASTING COLOR
EVERLASTING COLOR – INV
EVERLEY
EVITA 30

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EVITA 36
EVOKE
EXISTENCE
EXOTIC LOCALES
EXOTIC LOCALES – INV
EXPERT
EXPERT – HSC
EXPERT – INV
EXPERT II – HSC
EXPERT II – HSC – INV
FAMILY FAVORITE
FAMILY GATHERING SB
FARMSTEAD – HSC
FAST BREAK (T)
FAST BREAK (T) – INV
FERNANDINA
FIRST LIGHT
FIRST LIGHT – CPP
FIRST LIGHT TILE
FIRST STAR II
FIRST STAR II BORDER
FORUM – RESISTA TILE
FRAGRANT FLOWER
FRAGRANT FLOWER BORDER
FREE-THROW TILE
FRESH OUTLOOK
FRIENDLY RIVALRY
GAME BREAKER I
GAME BREAKER I – INV
GAME BREAKER II
GAME BREAKER II – INV
GARDEN MEADOW
GARDEN MEADOW – INV
GARRETT PLACE
GARRIN
GEORGE V
GETAWAY RETREAT
GIDDINGS ROYALE – HSC
GIDDINGS SUPREME – HSC
GIVE’N GO TILE

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GRAND BALLROOM
GRAND HALL
GRAND HALL – INV
GRAND PRIX TWEED
GRAND TOURNAI
GRASS ROOTS – INV
GREAT BASIN
GREAT SCOT
GREAT SERVICE
GREATER CALL
HADDOCK B – HSC
HADDOCK B – HSC – INV
HADDOCK S – HSC
HADDOCK S – HSC – INV
HARBOR B – HSC
HARBOR B – HSC – INV
HARBOR S – HSC
HARBOR S – HSC – INV
HEADQUARTERS TILE
HIGH FLYING TILE
HOLLAND
HOLLY SPRINGS
HOME AGAIN
HOME AGAIN – INV
HOMECOMING – HSC
HOMECOMING ROYALE – HSC
HONORARIA
HONORED HOME – HSC
HOPE VALLEY
HURLY BURLY
IMPRESARIO – HSC
IMPRESARIO – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO II – HSC
IMPRESARIO II – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO ROYALE – HSC
IMPRESARIO ROYALE – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO ROYALE II – HSC
IMPRESARIO ROYALE II- HSC- INV
IMPRESARIO SUPREME – HSC
IMPRESARIO SUPREME – HSC – INV
IMPRESARIO SUPREME II – HSC
IMPRESARIO SUPREME II -HSC-INV
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE – HSC
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE – HSC -INV
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE II – HSC
IMPRESARIO ULTIMATE II-HSC-INV
INTERSECTION – RESISTA TILE
ISLANDER
IVANNA
IVANNA BORDER
JACKSON GAP
JACQUARD HERRINGBONE
JACQUARD SQUARE
JANICE

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JAYDEN
JEANETTE
JEANETTE BORDER
JENNICA
JILLIAN
JILLIAN BORDER
JOELLEN
JOLA
JOLENE
JOLENE BORDER
JOSIE
JULIANNE
KARIS
KLAMATH
KNIGHT CROSSING
KOBUK VALLEY
KRISTEN
KRYSTYNA
KYLEMORE ABBY
LAINEY
LAKE HELEN
LAKE STEWART
LAKE VILLAGE
LAKESIDE
LASTING TOUCH
LEAH
LEANN
LEGACY LOCH
LET’S DANCE – INV
LIMERICK
LINDENWOOD
LINDY
LISA
LOCARNO
LOFT SPACE
LONGWOOD
LONGWOOD TONES
LOOKOUT POINT
LOST RIVER
LOST RIVER – HSC

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LOST RIVER – INV
LOYAL TIES – HSC
LOYAL TIES – HSC – INV
LUCERNE
LUNCH BREAK
LUNCH BREAK TILE
MAGIC MIRACLES – HSC
MAGNETIC
MAGNETIC – INV
MALTA – DES
MAMMOTH CAVE
MARIKA
MARLENE
MARQUISE CUT
MARSHTON
MARTINGALE
MARTY
MASSIVE CURRENT TILE
MATILDA
MAURA
MEANINGFUL VACATION I
MERAMEC (S)
MERAMEC (S) – INV
MERAMEC (B)
MERAMEC (B) – INV
MESSAGE BOARD
METRO SKYLINE
MIRBECK
MONTEGO
MOONLIGHTING
MOORE
MOUNTAIN GRASS FLAIR
MYLA
NATURE’S GARDEN
NEIGHBORLY
NEIGHBORLY – HSC
NELSON
NEW ENGLAND
NICE EDITION – HSC
NICE EDITION – HSC – INV
NICOLE
NIGHT CLERK
NOEL
NORTH CASCADES
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE II
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE II – INV
NORTHPORT
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NOVARA
OMAN
OPALINE
OPHELIA
ORANGE GROVE
ORATION
OVERO
OVERO – INV
OZARK VALLEY
PARISH
PARISH – HSC
PARKDALE
PARROT CAY
PARRY SOUND
PENDELTON
PENDELTON – HSC
PEP CLUB III 28 AB
PEP CLUB III 28 AB – CPP
PEP CLUB III 26 AB
PEP CLUB III 26 AB – CPP
PEP CLUB III 26 UNITARY
PEP CLUB III 26 UNITARY – CPP
PEP CLUB III 28 UNITARY
PEP CLUB III 28 UNITARY – CPP
PIKE
PINAFORE
PITTER PATTER
PLATITUDES
POINT PELEE
POTPOURRI
POWER SURGE
PRIDE OF PLACE – HSC
PROM QUEEN II AB
PROM QUEEN II AB – CPP
PROM QUEEN II AB – INV
PROM QUEEN II STALOK
PROM QUEEN II STALOK – CPP
PROM QUEEN II UNITARY
PROM QUEEN II UNITARY – CPP
PROM QUEEN II UNITARY – INV
PURE DEVOTION
RADIANT – HIB
RADIANT CUT
RECEPTION DESK III 30
RECEPTION DESK III 36
REGARD – HSC
REGARD – HSC – INV
REGENCE
REGENCE II
REVEAL – RESISTA TILE
RHYTHMS
RICHARD III
RICHELLE
RIDGEWOOD
RIVERA
RIVERDALE B – HSC
RIVERDALE B – HSC – INV
RIVERDALE S – HSC
RIVERDALE S – HSC – INV
ROBE OF HONOR
ROBE OF HONOR – INV
ROCK STEADY – HSC
ROCK STEADY – HSC – INV
ROUND AND ROUND
ROUND AND ROUND – INV
SAGUARO S, B
SAGUARO S, B – INV
SALENA
SANFORD ROYALE – HSC
SANFORD SUPREME – HSC
SANFORD ULTIMATE – HSC
SARAH
SCHOOL PLAY III 28 AB
SCHOOL PLAY III 28 AB – CPP
SCHOOL PLAY III 28 UNITARY
SCHOOL PLAY III UNITARY – CPP
SEAGRASS SHORE
SEAGRASS TEXTURE
SEAGRASS WAVES
SHARICE
SHAUNTE

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SHEAR DELIGHT
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SHELLEY
SHENANDOAH
SHOWMANSHIP
SHOWMANSHIP – INV
SIERRA NEVADA
SISAL CHECK
SISAL MATE
SISAL MOUNTAIN
SKYLAR
SOLAR ORBIT
SOMERTON
SP185
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ARKLE
SPARTAN
SPARTAN – HSC
SPARTAN – INV
SPIRITED STEPS
STAR CATCHER
STAR ISLAND
STAR ISLAND – INV
STAR SCREEN – RESISTA TILE
STATEMENT 30
STEFFI
STELLA
STORY BOOK
STURDY
SUBTLE SHADOW
SUMMER SUN TILE
SUNNY DAYS
SUPERSTITION
SWEET CHARM – HSC
SYMPOSIUM UNITARY
SYNDEY
TALEEN
TEMPEST – RESISTA TILE
TENNESON
TERRA NOVA
TERRI
THUNDER BASIN
TOPANGA
TOREADOR
TOUCH OF LUXURY
TOUCHLINE
TRACEY
TRADEMARK
TREND FORECAST
TRIPLE NET
TRISTAN
TROY
TULIP
TULIP – INV
TYLER
ULTIMATUM
UMATILLA
UNDIVIDED ATTENTION
VICTORIOUS
WAITING ROOM II 30
WAITING ROOM II 30 – CPP
WAITING ROOM II 36
WAITING ROOM II 36 – CPP
WAKE UP CALL
WALLEN ROYALE – HSC
WALLEN SUPREME – HSC
WARM SNOW
WARM SNOW – CPP
WATERSIDE – HSC
WATERSIDE ROYALE – HSC
WATERSIDE SUPREME – HSC
WELCOMED GENEROSITY
WHITMORE FOREST
WIDE SPLENDOR
WILLOUGHBY BAY
WINDCHIME
WINGATE
WINGATE BORDER
WINTER MOON TILE
WIZARDRY
WIZARDRY – INV
WOLF ISLAND
YASMIN
YELLOWSTONE
YOSEMITE
YUKON FLATS
YVETTE

NO NONSENSE
POWER PLAY
POWER PLAY
THUNDERBOLT II
THUNDERBOLT II
THUNDERBOLT II
CAPETOWN
MEDIA
AJA
ALEXIS
ALLISON
AMADORE
TRUSTEE
TRUSTEE – CPP
SMP – AMBITION S, T
DELRAY ST
POWER PLAY II
POWER PLAY II
SCOTTISH PLAID
ECLIPSE
ANIKA
APOLINA
TIMELESS HOME

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SMP – APROPOS S, B
CRESTLINE/GROVE CITY
CRESTLINE/GROVE CITY
SMP – ARIANNA
ARTISTIC IMPRES-LAURENTIAN
TIME AFTER TIME
TIME AFTER TIME – INV
AVA
STANFORD II
CARROWAY II
CARROWAY II – INV
ALWAYS REMEMBER
UPBEAT
UPBEAT
UPBEAT
UPBEAT II
UPBEAT II
VISION WORKS
SCOTTSDALE
BAY LILY
BAY LILY BORDER
BELLMAN
BERNADETTE
BESS
BESS – INV
BETHANY
ATHERTON
ATHERTON
BLUE NILE BORDER II
BLUE NILE II
MURANO
ANTOINETTE
CARROWAY
CARROWAY – INV
TRUSTEE
TRUSTEE – CPP
RANGE
BRENDA
BRICE
CHANDLER PARK SB
BRIDGET
SMP – CC115
SMP – CC115 – INV
BAYTOWNE II 30
BAYTOWNE II 30
RHAPSODY II
RHAPSODY II
RHAPSODY II – INV
RHAPSODY III
RHAPSODY III
DEFINED MOMENT
CABLE KNIT
SONGBURST SBJ
GRAND STRAND
GRAND STRAND UNITARY – INV
CAMI
DATELINE
REGAL HOME S, T
CLOUD NINE
CLOUD NINE
CLOUD NINE – INV
CARLA
CARLA – INV
CARRIE
ANDORRA
SMP – CC55
SMP – CC55 – INV
SMP – CC56
SMP – CC65
SMP – CC65 – INV
SMP – CC66
SMP – CC66 – INV
CECILY
SEA SCROLL
SERENE
HARVEST HOME SB
CHERRY BLOSSOM II B
CHERRY BLOSSOM II B
CHRISTA
CLARISSA
STARRY NIGHT
GAME CHANGER (T)
GAME CHANGER (T) – INV
HERITAGE POINT
HOMEWARD BOUND S,B,J
HOMEWARD BOUND S,B,J – INV
COIR IMAGE
SP271
SP271
SPECIAL 100
COLORIFIC ROYALE II
COLORIFIC SUPREME II
ONLY A WHISPER
ONLY A WHISPER – INV
CHAMP
NEW CHAMP
HIGH ROLLER
POLYNESIAN
STRIKE BACK
COMPASS – INV
DESIGNER’S VISION
CASTLE PINES
CASTLE PINES – INV
YORK HARBOR
CRABAPPLE
SABLE ISLAND
SWEET SIXTY
WOOLTURF
ROCKY ROAD
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PORT SB
ROCKPORT SB
ROCKPORT SB
HIDDEN CREEK
DAFNE
ALL IN ONE/GEMSTONE
ALL IN ONE/GEMSTONE – INV
LUCIDA
DARCY
DARLA
MODERN TRADITIONS
FUNCTIONAL
LUXURIANT SOFT BAC
PRESTIGIOUS SOFT BAC
DONEGAL TWEED
DOWNTOWN
SP450
SP551
SP651
CAPITAL CLASSIC
CAPITAL CLASSIC E 3 +
CAPITAL CLASSIC UNITARY
NEXT GENERATION
JASMINE
BONGOS
CAMDEN HARBOR AB
CAMDEN HARBOR ST LK
CAMDEN HARBOR UNITARY
EILEEN
AYERS HALL II SOFT BACK
AYERS HALL II UNITARY
ELAINE
ELIANA
ELIZABETH I
CAPE MOUNTAIN
OXMOOR VALLEY
FIRST CLASS
WILDEBEEST
HIGH SUMMIT 12 & 15
ENRICA
PERFECT SOLUTION 26
PERFECT SOLUTION 28
ARABELLA
PINATA
CLASSIC FLORENTINE
COLLABORATOR
COLLABORATOR UNITARY
NEW BOUNDARY
CASSINA POINT
CANNONBORO INN
ERICA
COSMOS
XANADU
DEFINED CHARM
SMP – EVERLASTING COLOR
SMP – EVERLASTING COLOR
QUEST
EMPHATIC 30
EMPHATIC 36
AYERS HALL CLASSIC
ABINGDON MILL
THIS IS IT
THIS IS IT – INV
HAWKEYE
HAWKEYE
HAWKEYE
HAWKEYE II
HAWKEYE II
SIMPLY THE BEST
IMPERIAL SB
WOODLAND
GAME CHANGER (T)
GAME CHANGER (T) – INV
LEXINGTON
SOUND ADVICE
SOUND ADVICE
SOUND ADVICE TILE
FIRST STAR II
FIRST STAR II BORDER
FORUM
REGAL KASHAN
REGAL KASHAN BORDER
ROWS
CANNONBORO INN II
ACTION PLUS II
SOFT TEMPO I S, B, J
SOFT TEMPO I S, B, J – INV
SOFT TEMPO II S, B, J
SOFT TEMPO II S, B, J – IN
OH HAPPY DAY
OH HAPPY DAY – INV
GLO AMBIANCE
GARRIN
GEORGE V
SLEEK ELEGANCE
ACTION PLUS I
ACTION PLUS II
AREA
RST10
RST11
RST11 – INV
SMP – CC112 (T)
GRAND TOURNAI
RHAPSODY II
METRO TOUCH
NOBLE INFLUENCE SB
BAJA
RST16
QS009
QS009 – INV
QS008
QS008 – INV
QS007
QS007 – INV
QS006
QS006 – INV
CAPITOL III TILE
CHANGE IN ATTITUDE TILE
NATURAL BOUCLE
EASY CHARM
BIELLA SBJT
BIELLA SBJT – INV
MARVELOUS I
MARVELOUS II
ROUSING REVIEW
SOUTHHAVEN
MAYFAIR II
LOTTO
ROCK FALLS
ROCK FALLS
ROCK FALLS II
ROCK FALLS II – INV
CAROL STREAM
CAROL STREAM
CAROL STREAM II 12 & 15
CAROL STREAM II 12 & 15 –
WOOD RIVER
WOOD RIVER

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WOOD RIVER II
WOOD RIVER II – INV
FOX LAKE
FOX LAKE
FOX LAKE II
FOX LAKE II – INV
INTERSECTION
TIMBERLANE
IVANNA
IVANNA BORDER
LAVISH ELEGANCE
JACQUARD HERRINGBONE
JACQUARD SQUARE
JANICE
JAYDEN
JEANETTE
JEANETTE BORDER
JENNICA
JILLIAN
JILLIAN BORDER
JOELLEN
JOLA
JOLENE
JOLENE BORDER
JOSIE
JULIANNE
KARIS
EASY CHOICE
RENO
METRO CHARM
KRISTEN
TRANQUIL APPEAL SJT
FOUNDATIONS
LAINEY
CHROMATIC
PALACE MOSAIC
GARDEN WALK
GROUNDWORKS
AVEDON
LEAH
LEANN
CALABRIA
LET’S DANCE – INV
RHYTHM ‘N BLUES
LET’S DANCE
LINDY
LISA
LOCARNO
ENERGIZE
LONGWOOD
LONGWOOD TONES
ENHANCE YOUR VIEW
WHIMSICAL SBJ
WHIMSICAL SBJ
WHIMSICAL SBJ
WESTCHASE
WESTCHASE
ARTISTIC IMPRESSN-LEFLEUR
NO LIMITS BL
NO LIMITS TILE
TACTICS SB
CAPRICE SBJ
CAPRICE SBJ
MALTA
OPULENT APPEAL
MARIKA
MARLENE
CONSTANT CHARM
WIDE OPEN
ORGANIC LIVING
MARTY
HIGH VOLTAGE TILE
MATILDA
MAURA
BASKETWEAVE
VINTAGE FLAIR (S)
VINTAGE FLAIR (S) – INV
VINTAGE FLAIR (B)
VINTAGE FLAIR (B) – INV
STANDING OVATION
CASUAL MOMENT
REMEMBER WHEN
ARTISTIC IMPRSS-SPICE ISLE
SWEET SIMPLICITY II
IRRESISTIBLE APPEAL
MOUNTAIN GRASS FLAIR
MYLA
INSIGNIA-PRINT BOUTIQUE
HIDDEN TREASURE
HIDDEN TREASURE
IRRESISTIBLE BEAUTY
DURA TWIST
SP503
SP503
NICOLE
SYNCHRONIZE
NOEL
OPULENT SELECTION
SMP – TREVITT HALL II
SMP- TREVITT HALL II – INV
ST. MARTIN
WESTWOOD
OMAN
OPALINE
OPHELIA
ORANGE GROVE
LATEST TREND
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE
EXCEPTIONAL VALUE – INV
EASY TOUCH
CORINTHIAN
CORINTHIAN
RST17
PARROT CAY
NATURE’S ELEMENT
IT’S LUXURIOUS
IT’S LUXURIOUS
VOCATION III 28 AB
VOCATION III 28 AB
VOCATION III 26 AB
VOCATION III 26 AB
VOCATION III 26 UNITARY
VOCATION III 26 UNITARY
VOCATION III 28 UNITARY
VOCATION III 28 UNITARY
EASY MOMENT
BURBANK
PITTER PATTER
PRINT BOUTIQUE II
OUTWARD BOUND
OAK LEAF-PRINT BOUTIQUE
SUPREME POWER
HIGHLANDS
CAMDEN HARBOR II AB
CAMDEN HARBOR II AB
CAMDEN HARBOR II AB – INV
CAMDEN HARBOR II STALOK
CAMDEN HARBOR II STALOK
CAMDEN HARBOR II UNITARY
CAMDEN HARBOR II UNITARY
CAMDEN HARBOR II UNITARY
WHITE NOISE
RADIANT
NEW SENSATION
BAYTOWNE III 30
BAYTOWNE III 36
RUCKUS
RUCKUS
REGENCE
REGENCE II
REVEAL
RHYTHMS
RICHARD III
RICHELLE
PINNACLE I
RIVERA
QS011
QS011 – INV
QS010
QS010 – INV
MYRIAD
MYRIAD – INV
CASCADE II
CASCADE II – INV
INSTANT WINNER
INSTANT WINNER – INV
REGAL ACCLAIM S, B
REGAL ACCLAIM S, B – INV
SALENA
SO YOU SAY I
SO YOU SAY II
SO YOU SAY III
SARAH
CAPITAL III 28 AB
CAPITAL III 28 AB
CAPITAL III 28 UNITARY
CAPITAL III 28 UNITARY
SEAGRASS SHORE
SEAGRASS TEXTURE
SEAGRASS WAVES
SHARICE
SHAUNTE
SHEAR DELIGHT
SHELLEY
CURTAIN CALL
SPECIAL EDITION
SPECIAL EDITION – INV
METRO CHOICE
SISAL CHECK
SISAL MATE
SISAL MOUNTAIN
SKYLAR
PLANTISPHERE
TOUCH OF LUXURY
SPARKLE
TIME HONORED II
TIME HONORED II
TIME HONORED II
ELEGANT NATURE
MASALA II
MUSTANG SALLY
MUSTANG SALLY – INV
STAR SCREEN
BAYTOWNE II 30
STEFFI
STELLA
RARE TREASURE
UNDER PRESSURE
NEOLITHIC
CHAIN REACTION
RST07
AVEDON II
TODAY’S TEXTURE SB
MAJOR EVENT UNITARY
SYNDEY
TALEEN
TEMPEST
RESURGENT
CLASSIC INTERPRETATIONS
TERRI
DEFINED TOUCH
TOPANGA
UNDER PRESSURE
ELEGANT CREATION
GEOLOGIC
TRACEY
BROADCAST
ULTRA ELEGANCE
JARGON
TRISTAN
ARTISTIC IMPRESS-ACANTHUS
POP ROCKS
POP ROCKS – INV
TREASURE
DESIGN DETAILS
DEFINED CHOICE
CAPSTONE
VICTORIOUS
EMPHATIC II 30
EMPHATIC II 30
EMPHATIC II 36
EMPHATIC II 36
CONCIERGE
TREASURED TOUCH I
TREASURED TOUCH II
FRANCHISE
FRANCHISE
PERCEPTION I
PERCEPTION II
PERCEPTION III
LORING HILLS
CALDERA
SPECIAL 4617
LEO MANOR
BRUSH STROKE
WINGATE
WINGATE BORDER
RIPPLE EFFECT
MUSTANG II
MUSTANG II – INV
PREPARE TO BE DAZZLED
YASMIN
OPULENT SIGHT
METRO MOMENT
OPULENT DESIGN
YVETTE

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What is wrong with this picture?

blackberry

Get rid of the ability to communicate quickly with your best customers and cut your own throat.

Sounds ridiculous, right? Well, it’s happened more than once recently and I’m not going to stand for it.
In the last two weeks, sales reps from two of our largest suppliers announced they would no longer have Blackberries in an effort to cut costs, hence their delay in responding to our inquiries. Then one quit (the smart one).  Now, I don’t think I’m alone in this, but it’s a STUPID move… and that’s why I now call their boss directly. Yep, things are getting done quickly for us, just not for our competitors (I hope). Why do this? Because our business is doing just fine, thank you, and our customers deserve much better than this.  So we’re going to give it to them.  The dinosaur mentality doesn’t float on this pond.

So, is this an unsolicited endorsement for the Blackberry, iPod or any other PDA? Not really. It’s a wakeup call. At the time when major flooring manufacturers need the business more than ever, they cut off their livelihood and open the door for the small, agile suppliers to wow us with great service. And I’m ready to be wowed.

I’m all about customer service and rapid response to issues and this is not the way to handle an economic downturn. In fact, sales reps of the world,  now is the time for you to shine and rise above the sinking crowd. Go overboard with service. Think about it – you’ve probably got the time to do it since sales are down! Let the bean counters count the beans that don’t directly affect contact with the lifeblood of the company – sales.

If you’re our customer, you’ve probably not noticed a thing. Enjoy that feeling and rest assured that it will stay that way since we’re 35 years young and worldwide. If you’re not currently our client, I couldn’t think of a better time to give us a call, poke me on Facebook, tweet on twitter, or email and talk about your flooring dreams. And, yes, you can call me on my Blackberry at 703-856-4929.

All the best,

Chris

Christopher Moline, Residential Group Manager, Commercial Carpets of America 703-370-0000 <a href=
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Residential Group Manager
Commercial Carpets of America
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Mohawk’s Sorona Smartstrand Carpet Fiber

Sorona Smartstrand Fiber For Carpet – The Next Best Thing…

Below you’ll find information about this fascinating, soft and extremely-durable carpet fiber we’ve installed in our showroom for you to try out. Whatever your flooring needs, give us a call at 703-370-0000 or send an email. You’ll be glad you did!
Contact Chris Moline, LEED AP, our Residential Group Manager, for any flooring-related questions.
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From the Mohawk site –
“Mohawk leads innovation in sustainable flooring with SmartStrand® carpet with DuPont™ Sorona® renewably sourced polymer.
In a partnership withDuPont, this carpet exclusively offers fiber made with Bio-PDO™ (the key Sorona® ingredient), which is produced from corn sugar.
By utilizing this new ingredient, 37 percent of Sorona® is being made from renewable resources. This marks the first time that a luxuriously soft carpet offers durability and stain protection, while also making less of an environmental impact.

Why is this carpet environmentally smart?

For every 3.2 square yards of SmartStrand® with DuPont™ Sorona® sold, the energy equivalent of one gallon of gasoline is saved. If only 20 percent of the residential carpet sold in the United States were made with DuPont™ Sorona®, the energy equivalent of approximately 50 million gallons of gasoline per year could be saved.

DuPont™ Sorona® plays a major role in the worldwide objective of a renewable economy and represents a new frontier in sustainability. This carpet is environmentally smart because:
The production of Sorona® polymer requires 30 percent less energy than the production of an equal amount of nylon.
Greenhouse gas emissions from the production of Sorona® are 63 percent lower than nylon manufacturing.
This energy reduction results in approximately one gallon of gasoline saved per every seven square yards of carpet.
The superior stain resistance of SmartStrand® carpet is engineered into the fiber and will never wear or wash off, meaning consumers will never need to retreat the carpet with stain protectors after steam cleaning. And this engineered-in stain resistance reaches new levels of protection, allowing tough stains such as mustard, red wine, and cherry Kool-Aid® to be removed simply with warm water and a mild detergent, or with Mohawk FloorCare™ Essentials. The fiber even resists discoloration from bleach.”
At Alexandria Carpet One, we provide our customers with thousands of square feet of this wonderfully-soft, durable carpet each month. In fact, it’s on our showroom floor with 5 different types of cushion underneath to give you a real-world idea of what it will feel like with different cushions… and how it will hold up. That’s because our showroom is extremely busy and we chose to put it to the test.
It’s performing flawlessly!
Contact Chris Moline, LEED AP,

Not ashamed to be a tree-hugger!

Not ashamed to be a tree-hugger!

our Residential Group Manager,
for any questions about
Sorona Smartstrand fiber
in your home or office!
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