Fuse Alliance announces USFContract as Preferred Supplier

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Aurora, Colo. – Fuse Alliance is pleased to announce USFContract as the newest Fuse Alliance Preferred Supplier.

“Fuse Alliance is impressive with their professionalism and expertise in the market place; it is an honor to be included as an integral contributor to their organization,” said Mark Brunelle, USFContract’s national sales manager.  “USFContract and its sales team are committed to supporting the commercial flooring contractor business.  With this recognition of Preferred Supplier, USFContract and Fuse Alliance forge an outstanding working relationship to best supply and service the commercial market with products that contributes to the ‘green initiative.’”

USFContract is the commercial division of USFloors, the leading supply manufacturer of cork, bamboo, and FSC-certified hardwood flooring and other green initiative flooring products for commercial contract environments. USFContract is the only sustainable, commercial contract flooring supplier with a wide assortment of styling options that span multiple sustainable product categories.  Floor Covering News and the World Floor Covering Association (WFCA) recently recognized USFloors as they named the company Best Cork/Bamboo Manufacturer in the Award of Excellence competition.

Made in the U.S.A., USFContract’s Georgia-based 100,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility is the only cork and bamboo flooring manufacturing facility operating in the United States, and provides the A&D community the opportunity for custom cork, bamboo, and FSC-certified hardwood floors.

In addition to the company’s strong sustainable product offering, USFContract is Georgia’s leading solar energy harvester, collecting over ½ Megawatt of clean, renewable solar power with rooftop photovoltaic arrays atop two facilities.

“I am very pleased we have the opportunity to support USFContract as a preferred supplier,” shared Ron Lee, executive director, Fuse Alliance.  “When I visited its North Georgia facility I reviewed [the company’s] business model and saw its manufacturing processes of bamboo, cork and FSC-certified wood products. The program starts with the core competencies of construction and finish for commercial performance and sustainable life cycle and expands through color and proprietary finishing that we currently don’t have represented.  In addition,  USFContract has the ability to service custom constructions and stains including an extensive molding and trim profiling and finishing line that will provide our members a go to source for special applications and unique specifications.”

USFContract joins a selective group of manufacturers currently part of Fuse Alliance that includes the industry’s most recognized brands of commercial flooring, accessories, and installation products.

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