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21/10/11 5:39 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By: admin

Founded in 1886, GAF has grown to become North America’s largest manufacturer of commercial and residential roofing.* Professional installers have long preferred the rugged, dependable performance that only a GAF roof can offer, and have made it the #1-selling brand in North America.* Our success in growing the company to nearly $3 bil...

Atlas Roofing

11/10/11 9:12 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By: camille

About Atlas
Atlas Corporate Atlas Roofing Corporation is an innovative, customer-oriented manufacturer of residential and commercial building materials. Atlas has grown from a single roofing shingle manufacturing facility in 1982 into an industry leader with 16 plants in North America and worldwide product distribution. All Atlas pr...


11/10/11 9:11 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By: camille

The information in the following categories provides a thorough overview of the company — inside and out — from our corporate philosophy, history, products and facilities to our community outreach and environmental activities and communicating information about health and safety. The bottom line — who we are and what we stand for.

Girl on Jungle GymAll about Owe...


11/10/11 9:10 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By: camille

Residential Collections
Philadelphia Carpets Philadelphia Carpets – Established in 1946, Philadelphia Carpets is Shaw's oldest and broadest flooring line, and one of the most respected brands in the industry.
Cabin Crafts Carpets Cabin Crafts Carpets – Cabin Crafts, one of Shaw's most widely distributed carpet lines, has been creating beautiful rooms since 1932 with a wide variety of sty...


11/10/11 9:08 pm | Comments (0) | Posted By: camille

What’s in a name? Everything. Our different brand names mean different things to our customers, but all of our brands carry the Armstrong promise of quality, integrity and value. When you purchase Armstrong, Bruce, HomerWood or T. Morton flooring, you can trust that we will stand behind it.


The heart of the Armst...

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