QEP unveils new flooring division

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Johnson City, Tenn.—As the next step in the integration of the recently acquired Naturally Aged Flooring and Krausbrands, Q.E.P. has launched Harris Flooring Group. Harris Flooring Group includes Naturally Aged Flooring, Kraus and the legacy Harrisbrand.

“Harris Flooring Group was created to reflect our commitment to our customers, and ultimately to our end users.” said Renee Tester, senior product and marketing manager, Harris Flooring Group. “Since 1898, Harris has been serving the flooring industry by hand crafting hardwood flooring of exceptional quality in the United States. Now, we are branching out to offer two additional high-quality flooring brands, Naturally Aged Flooring and Kraus, and their collections, which provide an expanded innovative and stylish flooring assortment.”

For decades, Naturally Aged Flooring has been dedicated to the art of hard surface flooring specializing in unique yet timeless hardwood flooring and luxury vinyl plank fashions. Kraus provides a quality offering of both soft and hard surface flooring including carpet tiles as well as luxury vinyl and laminate collections.

“Bringing these brands together allows us to provide our customers with a simpler experience, one with better service and increased value,” Tester said. “We will be able to leverage greater capabilities and global scale to offer the best products and service to help our customers profitably grow their business.”

New branding will be revealed at TISE, along with new products in support of each of the brands. Visit booth 2223 to learn more.

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