Redi Carpet acquires Solar Contract Carpet of Carolina

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STAFFORD, TEXAS—Redi Carpet has acquired Solar Contract Carpet of Carolina, a multi-family flooring contractor located in Charlotte, N.C.

“We continue to search out quality acquisitions that will strengthen our geographic coverage, while enhancing our capabilities and giving us greater access to people and resources within the industry,” said Jerry Hosko, president of Redi Carpet. Solar Contract Floors of North Carolina gives us another opportunity to strengthen our reputation as the top multi-family flooring contractor in the country. We intend to make the most of it.”

The acquisition of Solar Contract Carpet of Carolina further enhances Redi Carpet’s acquisition last year of Seagull Floors who had a location in Charlotte. “This acquisition will help strengthen our Charlotte location.  It takes a major step towards helping us become the premier multi-family flooring contractor in that market.” said Redi Carpet CEO Greg Waleke. “Solar Contract Carpet of Carolina has a great reputation and a strong customer base. We are pleased to be able to add them to our Redi Carpet family of companies.”

The combined entity will be operating in the Charlotte metropolitan area under the name Redi Carpet.

To learn more, visit RediCarpet.com.

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