Shaw is committed to conduct business in an ethical and responsible manner. They focus on ingredients in their products, methods they use, and the ability to recycle flooring. In order to learn more about their sustainability efforts check here.
Shaw and Make it Right
After Hurricane Katrina and the devastation of New Orleans the Make it Right foundation was born. Shaw partnered in this venture focusing on building safe, sustainable, LEED Platinum certified housing for communities hit by storms or economic crisis. This venture allowed Shaw to focus on Cradle to Cradle manufacturing and flooring design. To learn more click here.
Shaw Flooring is our primary supplier. They have an excellent reputation for product quality and innovation. They focus on creating a better future for their customers, employees, and communities around them. Here are some of the things that make them stand out.
St Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- Their dedication to causes like St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital tells the story of their vision.
- Shaw has donated over $10 million dollars since 2012 towards supporting the mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Center.
- Shaw Floors is a national sponsor of the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway.
Life Guard Spill Proof Backing
- Shaw has created products that take real life into account with their patented LifeGuard spill proof backing. These backings help you have a worry free flooring experience stopping spills and odor causing pet accidents from soaking through to the pad and sub flooring.
- Download the Floorvana app from the App Store or from Google Play to let your inspiration floor.
- Take photos of moments, art or things that inspire your design passions.
- Customize your color palette an filter flooring type to help recommend the right flooring for you.
- Share your ideas to the options from family and friends.
The History of Shaw Floors
Shaw Flooring was started as Star Dye Company in 1946. It was a small company that focused on dying rugs. They had a philosophy of meeting customers, determining their needs, and supplying for those needs. In 1958 the company started to expand considerably. In 1967, they acquired the Philadelphia Carpet Company. Shaw went public in 1971 with approximately $43 million in sales and 900 employees. In 1985, Shaw made it to the Fortune 500 with more than $500 million in sales and about 5,000 employees. In 2001, Shaw was purchased by Berkshire Hathaway Inc. who only acquires companies that are known as the top in their market. Today, Shaw is a full service flooring company with nearly $6 billion in annual sales and approximately 22,000 employees. To learn more about Shaw Flooring click here.
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