Redi Carpet acquires Got You Floored’s Wilmington, N.C. location

Home Press Release Redi Carpet acquires Got You Floored’s Wilmington, N.C. location

Stafford, Texas—Redi Carpet has acquired Got You Floored’s Wilmington, N.C. location. The acquisition marks the 24th Redi Carpet branch in the country.

The acquisition makes another strong contribution to Redi Carpet’s overall growth strategy. “It represents a tremendous opportunity for Redi Carpet as we continue to grow our company so that we are properly positioned to support all of our customer’s nationally,” said Brian Caress, Redi Carpet’s co-president.

The acquisition has also expanded Redi’s reach in the North Carolina market. Currently, Redi Carpet branches are located in Charlotte, Raleigh, and Greensboro/Winston-Salem. “After serving the Wilmington area from Raleigh for several years, we are excited for the opportunity to open a local branch,” said Mike Mosley, senior vice president of Redi Carpet. “This new location completes our coverage of North Carolina and allows us to serve customers in coastal South Carolina as well. The acquisition of Got You Floored’s Wilmington business allows us to welcome some great employees to the Redi Carpet team and build on their success. Our first guiding principle is being customer obsessive, so we’re intent on raising the level of service to onsite property managers in the region.”

Redi Carpet’s innovative product line and unique value-added resources will now be available to customers previously served by Got You Floored. In addition to having a large in-stock selection of products, Redi Carpet offers online account services, electronic invoicing and Redi-Link proprietary diagramming software to its customers.

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