Floor Trends Magazine: Vol. 17, № 1 (January 2015)

 Volume: 17 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

ON THE COVER: The days of placing displays wherever they
will fit and having merchandise all over are long gone — at least if you want to be, and look like a successful retailer. The art, or science of store layout is just as important in flooring operations as it is in supermarkets. Just ask the folks at Flooring America/ Flooring Canada who transformed their stores using the buying group's Vision system. They are seeing both their sales and profits increase at faster rates than those who haven't made the switch.

Commercial Flooring Report: Vol. 76, № 1 (Areas of Responsibility)

 Volume: 76 |  Issue: 1 |  Download

In every flooring transaction and project every individual be it the manufacturer, sales person, architect, designer, specifier, flooring contractor or installer and anyone in between who impacts the project, has a responsibility.

Thousands of flooring problems, failures and claims occur every year because one or more of the parties involved in a transaction has failed to accept responsibility for some procedural function