Engineered Floors to open carpet tile facility

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Dalton—Engineered Floors is finalizing the site selection process for a state-of-the-art carpet tile facility in Northwest Georgia. Plans for this facility will be on the same scale and magnitude as the company’s other production facilities in the area. Engineered Floors’ manufacturing model minimizes energy, water usage and raw material transportation costs.

“Our PureColor Solution Dyed Nylon and Polyester fiber represents the best-in-class fiber system with built-in stain and fade resistance,” said Robert E. Shaw, chairman and CEO. “The PureColor fiber system will be the backbone of what we believe will be a superior carpet tile product.”

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