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5 Ways to Grow Your Retail Flooring Business in 2022

Monday, November 29, 2021,

Are you ready to grow your retail business in 2022? Bruce Weber, CEO, American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG), said there are five moves flooring retailers should make to help grow your business next year. Founded in 2000, AHSG is an alliance of more than 400 independent floor covering dealers nationwide.

  1. Showroom Merchandising: Remember your showroom is 75% or more of the sale: get off to a winning start. “Customers need to see colors and textures of flooring in person—you just can’t do all of that on a computer,” Weber said.
  2. Training and Development: Reintroduce old and new in-store and in-home closing skills. Learn how to master Main Street, and for custom home builders, offer three levels of products for their builds.
  3. Kitchen and Bath: Join your local chapter of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) where there are many good things happening. “Kitchen and bath are the two most invested rooms within any household,” Weber said. “People pour more money into those two rooms—it’s the gathering point for family, friends.”
  4. Networking: Learn who are the key local custom home builders and the NKBA members in your market. “See ’em, sell ’em, service ’em,” Weber said. “Get to know those people and join committees.”
  5. Match Floor & Decor: In every practical way, Weber suggests matching Floor & Decor. “Don’t be a victim of their merchandising style, and their cash-and-carry strategy,” he said. “They spend the money on modular rooms to give consumers examples. Always remember: you never know where next customer last shopped.”

Proud Commercial USA & AHSG Member Project Spotlights: Atlanta Flooring Design Centers

Wednesday, October 20, 2021,With locations throughout the Southeast and based in Suwanee GA, Atlanta Flooring Design Centers is both a Commercial and Residential Flooring Contractor. A respected name in the floor covering industry since 1985, they offer quality products, excellent service, and pricing. Their team consists of highly qualified sales professionals that can offer everything from product selection and installation expertise to all major flooring products including countertops and cabinetry.

Their skilled installation teams are available seven days a week to complete the job correctly and on time. For projects that require special scheduling, they will work with you or your company to accommodate your specific needs. With daily deliveries from their suppliers, Atlanta Flooring Design Centers has the capability to ensure that your material is ordered and installed efficiently.

Out of so many impressive projects, Atlanta Flooring Design Centers has completed over the years, the fresh new Georgia Aquarium Grand Ballroom really caught our attention. 5000 sq/yds of carpet and high-end glass wall tile were installed to perfection.

President Donny Phillips and Commercial Sales Manager Eric Fritsch said, “We are super proud of Roger McPherson (Sales Representative) and all the amazing work our skilled installers did to get this project completed. Over the years we have a lot of different folks watch us work, but never anything like the fish that swam by checking on our progress all day and night!”

Joe Weber and Bruce Weber of Commercial USA and American Home Surfaces Group explained, “It has been a real honor to work closely with Atlanta Flooring Design Centers over the many years and the incredibly talented team they’ve built.”

Proud Commercial USA & AHSG Member Project Spotlights: Floor-Tex Commercial Flooring

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 logo, company name Floor-Tex Commercial Flooring, with 25 years of cultivating relationships amongst the Houston area and a Commercial USA member, is heralded for its reputability in providing and installing top-of-the-line and cost-effective floors for many of the area schools. With materials perfected to handle the moisture, dirt, debris, and foot traffic that comes with our children of the Lone Star state and a crew of devoted installers to make sure each project comes together in time, Floor-Tex has only been expanding its influence into the Greater Houston area.

Enclosed is an example of a recently completed Conroe, Texas elementary school in which 33,000 sq ft of Marmoleum was used in the corridors.

Stephanie House of Floor-Tex said, “They have enjoyed being a part of Commercial USA and the benefits that they receive including a deep showroom and material investments, and the loyalty incentives that are paid twice a year. But above all else, the comradeship that comes with being a part of the group serves as the biggest benefit. Just how Floor-Tex provides and assists its community, we with Commercial USA look forward to always offering them a helping hand.”

Commercial USA member completes Thanksgiving school project in Johnson County, NC

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Commercial USA member Southeastern Interiors of Erwin, NC recently completed this new Thanksgiving School project in Johnson County, NC featuring approved suppliers Forbo Flooring Systems, Roppe Base, treads, and reducers, and UZIN UTZ prep material products.

Since starting in 1989, Southeastern Interiors has steadily grown and currently employs more than 100 craftsmen and support staff, as well as many dedicated subcontractors. They provide a wide variety of residential and commercial construction services focusing on personal service and relationships to its clients.

Jerry Milton, founder, and the owner has built the business based on a commitment to excellent work and service. Corporate offices, a showroom, and 1 of their 3 warehouse operations are housed in a 14,000 sf facility in Erwin NC. They have 2 other local warehouses for a total of over 40,000 sf.

Southeastern Interiors provides their clients with high-quality workmanship and attention to detail on every project. Customers choose them because of their integrity, honesty, and their ability to complete projects in a timely, cost-effective manner.

“Southeastern Interiors exemplifies quality in every aspect of their business. It is a privilege to have Jerry and his team as members of our Commercial USA group” said Rick Willoughby Regional Vice President of AHSG & Commercial USA.

Commercial USA member makes stellar student spaces

Thursday, April 8, 2021

[Auburn, Ala. and Reno, Nev.] Real Floors Commercial Inc., a member of Commercial USA based in Kennesaw, Ga., lent its expertise to not one, but two recent installations benefitting the college community, serving as the dealer for both new construction student housing projects:.

Commercial USA grows to 195 members

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Commercial USA announced their alliance comprised of independent commercial flooring specialists has now grown to 195 members, representing more than 250 locations, across the U.S.A.

Daltile sets stage for Jason Derulo

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

As part of Daltile’s ongoing digital and social media outreach, Daltile has partnered with well-known celebrity singer, songwriter and dancer Jason Derulo

Flooring Services, Commercial USA see success

Monday, September 14, 2020

Entering 2020, Commercial USA member Flooring Services LLC (FSL) was set up for another very successful year…

TalkFloor Podcasts

Tue, 31 August 2020

Floor Trends magazine and our TalkFloor podcast cultivates a thriving community of professionals who care passionately about flooring, from subfloor to surface..

Rik Born joins AHSG/Commercial USA

Tue, 25 August 2020

[Roswell, Ga.] Rik Born has been named senior vice president, new business development for American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG)/ Commercial USA. Born joins the American Home Surfaces Group and Commercial USA team.

AHSG & Commercial USA: Dependable Diversification

Wed, 17 August 2020

[Atlanta] In more complex times, flooring companies have found success through diversification, specifically the ability to serve multiple markets. And that business model has indeed kept American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG) and its Commercial USA division strong

Startown relies on strengths during COVID-19

Wed, 8 July 2020

[Conover, N.C.] As a leading flooring retailer in the Hickory and Western N.C. markets, Startown Carpet, member of American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG), has had to improvise like all retailers since the beginning of the COVID pandemic.

C2 Flooring Shares Safe Business Practices

Wed, 24 June 2020

[Dallas] Commercial USA member Melisa Martin of C2 Flooring has excelled in commercial installations for 20 years. The Dallas-based firm specializes in public projects, namely schools and airports, and has been engaging in safe business practices since the pandemic started.

C2 Flooring pivots during COVID-19

Tues, 23 June 2020

[Dallas] Commercial USA member, Melisa Martin of C2 Flooring, has been doing commercial installations for 20 years. Her company’s expertise has been in many public projects, namely schools and airports.

Commercial USA's Ouzounian talks COVID affect

Tues, 5 May 2020

[South Salt Lake, Utah] Diane Ouzounian, Commercial USA Advisory Board member and owner of Commercial USA member Alpine Floor Coverings shared her company’s COVID-19 experience.

Flooring Trends Magazine - Flooring Plus Resilient During Challenging Times

Tues, 5 May 2020

Flooring Plus in Murrells Inlet SC, a member of American Home Surfaces Group®, is adapting to the “new normal” facing flooring retailers across the country. According to co-owner Diana Tomkins, after initial stay at home orders were issued and as an essential business in SC they decided to keep their newly renovated showroom open by appointment only.

Floor Covering Weekly - Flooring Plus Resilient During Challenging Times

Tues, 5 May 2020

Flooring Plus in Murrells Inlet SC, a member of American Home Surfaces Group®, is adapting to the “new normal” facing flooring retailers across the country. According to co-owner Diana Tomkins, after initial stay at home orders were issued and as an essential business in SC they decided to keep their newly renovated showroom open by appointment only.

Flooring Plus Resilient During Challenging Times

Tues, 5 May 2020

Flooring Plus in Murrells Inlet SC, a member of American Home Surfaces Group®, is adapting to the “new normal” facing flooring retailers across the country. According to co-owner Diana Tomkins, after initial stay at home orders were issued and as an essential business in SC they decided to keep their newly renovated showroom open by appointment only.

Pennington Commercial focused on unity, teamwork

Wed, 15 Apr 2020

Pennington Commercial owner Jackie Pennington, a member of Commercial USA Group, said she is determined to grow her companies overall profile even though the economy is slow and uncertain.  “We want to be bigger and better and be ready to start back up stronger!” she said.

Atlanta Flooring Design Center’s Donny Phillips Discusses the Company

Fri, 25 Oct 2019 from Floor Trends

Donny Phillips, founder/president of Atlanta Flooring Design Center, offers a thumbnail description of his business with a presence in retail, builder, custom builder, and commercial sectors, and the growth the company has enjoyed in recent years. Phillips also discusses his approach to service and how he ensures all of the company’s units offer the best service day in and day out.

Getting personal with AHSG & Commercial USA

Monday, October 28, 2019 from Flooring Covering Weekly


[Atlanta] Fresh off of September’s convention, American Home Surfaces Group (ASHG) and Commercial USA CEO Bruce Weber is psyched for both the group’s and its supplier partners’ future. And while the group knows how to have fun — Joe Weber, son and vice president, general manager’s wedding kicked off convention this year — there is more to celebrate. Weber reported that, for the first nine months of 2019, sales for AHSG members were up 22 percent while sales for Commercial USA were up 33 percent.

“To start out in this environment and come into convention with the two divisions up significantly for the first months … it was a very upbeat group attending,” said Bruce Weber, adding that the uptick for members is, in part, due to the group’s methodical strategy to achieve set goals. “We have 50 or 60 different goals every week of every month and those that we don’t accomplish that are still meaningful roll to the next week. It’s our willingness to take the time to write goals every week that makes things happen,” he asserted.

ASHG and Commercial USA live by the set goal and what Bruce Weber called, “Five S’s” — “See them, sell them, service them, sympathize and save them.”

One goal AHSG has, noted Bruce Weber, is “the race for space. We are constantly battling and co-existing in member showrooms. Today, we are probably 15 to 20 percent of members’ showroom space. Twenty-one years ago maybe 4 or 5 percent. It’s an ongoing challenge and it all starts with that weekly plan,” he said.

Other accomplishments for 2019 include holding 118 PKs in partnership with its core vendors. “We hold them in the stores with our supplier reps,” Bruce Weber offered adding that efforts such as this have helped the group add 82 new members since last convention in 2017.

He added that the partnership with its suppliers is built to benefit both the supplier and the retail members. “Things happen when we collaborate with our suppliers,” he said. “We don’t want our people traveling alone but with a supplier. It’s teamwork.”

But success has also come from both AHSG and Commercial USA co-investing in their members. “We always look to improve the alliance. It never stands still,” Bruce Weber said. “We co-invest; it’s such a big part of making a partnership.” The group, for example, matches the expense to attend convention, association membership to the World Floor Covering Association (WFCA) and supplier displays among other support systems.

In addition to guest speakers such as Peggy Grande (Ronald Reagan’s top Administrative assistant) and economist Ray Padron, Bruce Weber gives each of the 30-some vendors an opportunity to address attendees. “It’s not just meeting members in the supplier showrooms but they can take the stage and tell them everything they think they should know,” he said adding, “Convention was beyond all expectations and I’m so thrilled.”

Bruce & Joe Weber of American Home Surfaces Group

Mon, 28 Oct 2019 from Flooring Trends

From the American Home Surfaces Group and Commercial USA convention in Lake Tahoe, president Bruce Weber and vice president Joe Weber discuss the future for the AHSG and Commercial USA, upcoming growth on the commercial side, and the imminent move into carpet tile. Also discussed is the installation shortage and technological advances on the part of manufacturer.

Jean Erassarret, owner of Carpet Cave, Bakersfield Calif.

Thu, 24 Oct 2019 from Flooring Trends

Jean Erassarret, owner, Carpet Cave, a stocking dealer in Bakersfield Calif., talks about his operation and his membership in the American Home Surfaces Group. Erassarret also talks about his local economy in Bakersfield and the hottest products in his store, including LVT. Erassarret notes that people now ask for LVT, where formerly he and his sales people had to suggest it to them.

New & Exciting at AHSG

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from Flooring Trends

[Lake Tahoe, Nev.] American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG) and Commercial USA do not have a plethora of suppliers at convention, and there’s a reason for this. Bruce Weber, CEO of AHSG and Commercial USA said just as convention should be exciting for members, so too should it be exciting for supplier partners because they are not lost in a sea of sameness.

During his introduction to members, Weber noted some new offerings this year, including luxury vinyl tile (LVT) such as Floorfolio’s new Levitate, Congoleum’s CLEO and Novalis as a new supplier partner, including both its residential and commercial offerings. For carpet noted lines included a new Mohawk/Godfrey Hirst line, Hagaman Residential by Nourison and Legget and Platt carpet padding.

One buzzworthy offering was the magnetic floor and wall covering being offered by Floorfolio in partnership with Magnetic Building Systems (MBS), called Levitate. Noted Scott Humphrey, president of the World Floor Covering Association who was here on behalf of MBS, this technology will extend the career of flooring installers and allow them to install product twice as fast. He explained that this should also help retailers to sell more floors as installers will be able to install twice as much product in one day.

Mike Carter, vice president of Floorfolio’s multifamily division, explained that many retailers were excited about the prospect of being able to frequently change the visuals of an area using the magnetic tile, such as in the lobby of a building. In this way, he said, a building that a customer visits on a semi-regular basis can look new and fresh every time that customer enters, even with a simple change like swapping out flooring tile or wall tile in the same room. Ilene Herz and Jeremy Herz of Sterling Floor Designs in Commack, N.Y. told FCW the Floorfolio magnetic floors was one of the most exciting offerings they saw at the show.

Another product that retailers were talking about here was Daltile’s new RevoTile, a click installation tile that is meant to solve many of tile’s installation issues by installing like a rigid core LVT product while still being traditional tile. Jeremy Wooten of Diamond Home Improvement in Klamath Falls, Ore. noted that he thinks the click tile is going to be an industry game-changer.

Paul Ward of Ward Ceramic Tile & Stone, Inc. in Lothian, Md. agreed that the Daltile RevoTile is going to be a big seller. He also noted Daltile’s StepWise as something he is interested in. StepWise is a non-slip tile that offers the smoothness and cleanability of traditional tile without the inherent slipperiness that typically plagues traditional tile.

A product that has been around for a bit but is seeing a new marketing strategy is Forbo’s Flotex, which is being marketed as a waterproof textile product. Said Tim Donahue, vice president sales and national sales manager for Forbo, the way this is accomplished is through a flocked nylon that creates a positive/negative charge, isolating wetness to the surface. The product demonstration at Donahue’s booth included writing one’s name on the flooring with permanent marker and squishing jelly into the flooring, both of which were easily removed using common household cleaners such as isopropyl alcohol and water. Flotex has become popular in commercial settings, noted Donahue, but the visuals in the product lend themselves to residential applications as well. “It took a while to figure out what we had,” Donahue added.

American Home Surfaces Group's Bruce & Joe Weber on New Products

Mon, 14 Oct 2019 from Flooring Trends

From the American Home Surfaces Group and Commercial USA convention in Lake Tahoe, president Bruce Weber and vice president Joe Weber talk about some the new introductions that have taken place at the convention, including Revo Tile, a proprietary, click-lock, porcelain floating floor product from DalTile that installs without thin-set mortar, made available exclusively to AHSG for the fourth quarter, as well as magnetic flooring. Also discussed is the organization’s addition of carpet to its repertoire.

Bruce and Joe Weber of AHSG on the Annual Convention

Mon, 07 Oct 2019 from Flooring Trends

From the American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG) and Commercial USA convention in Lake Tahoe, president Bruce Weber and vice president Joe Weber talk about a first at an industry convention: the marriage of Joe Weber and Theresa Moore. Also discussed is the increased attendance and the venue changes with the group now celebrating its 20th year, the group surpassing 400 members, the name change of its commercial unit to Commercial USA from Commercial One, and the rapid growth in the unit as well as the collaboration that takes place with the group and its suppliers.

AHSG & Commercial USA Plan for the Future

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from Floor Covering Weekly
By Kacey Perinelli

[Lake Tahoe, Nev.] At this year’s American Home Surfaces Group / Commercial USA (formerly Commercial One) convention held here from September 22 to 25, energy was up as were members’ spirits. Led by CEO Bruce Weber and his son Joe Weber, vice president and general manager, the convention’s theme was, “We know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two.”

Indeed, AHSG / Commercial USA have seen a thing or two. AHSG was started in late 1999/early 2000 and Commercial USA was started as Commercial One in 2014. Since its humble beginnings, AHSG has grown to more than 400 members and Commercial USA boasts 155. In fact, in the two years since the group last met, 82 new members have joined.

Growing Opportunities
AHSG and Commercial USA continue to grow and thrive, thanks to dedication to members and commitment to being in the trenches, as well as keeping a small group of supplier members. “Our suppliers love that we don’t overload each category,” said Joe Weber.

One recent strength is the growth of women in the industry, Joe Weber said. “The growth we’ve seen on the commercial side in women in construction is a great opportunity for the future,” he shared, adding that AHSG and Commercial USA are partnering with the NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction).

Bruce Weber echoed similar sentiments, explaining that, in the past, women typically considered careers only in the design or the sales side of the business, but this is changing. This change was evident to Jana Tadlock of Builders Carpet & Design in McKinney, Texas, who has been attending convention since its beginning. She told FCW that she saw more women at convention this year than ever before.

For the future, Bruce Weber said, he wants to ensure things run smoothly when he is no longer running the show. “I want to leave things so Joe and the other guys can continue on,” he said. “We started 20 years ago with one member. We’ll get more and more known out there … we’ll continue to co-invest on things like merchandising and displays. The ROI (return on investment) is worth it,” he added.

Joe Weber asserted, “We are going to continue to grow responsibly, plan for what’s to come and be ready for the curveballs.”

Industry Issues
One of the key takeaways from convention this year was an industry association panel that assembled to answer questions from industry moderators as well as members in the crowd. The panel consisted of Bart Bettiga, executive director of the National Tile Contractors Association (NTCA), Scott Humphrey, president of the World Floor Covering Association (WFCA), Kim Oderkirk, executive director for the Flooring Contractors Association (FCICA) and Robert Varden, executive director of Certified Flooring Installers (CFI).

The panel addressed key concerns in the industry, specifically touching upon the industry’s installation crisis. The industry outlook for the next five to 10 years looks promising, many on the panel said. Oderkirk explained the employment opportunities in the industry are incredible, because flooring will always be an essential piece of construction — robots can’t install flooring, she offered.

The next five to 10 years should be great as long as the economy holds, Bettiga shared. There has been a groundswell of support for the trades, he said, adding kids are interested in learning more about the trades. It is up to the industry to create training programs to show kids a career path and get them to join in; tell a good story, he advised.

Humphrey cautioned that the industry would likely continue to see some consolidation in the coming years. However, he noted, this means opportunity for those who stick it out. He suggested members focus on their leadership, teams, technology and their stories. Listen to what others are saying about you, he said, because if you’re not telling your story, someone else is.

American Home Surfaces and Commercial One Instill Confidence

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 from Floor Covering Weekly
By Kacey Perinelli

[Lake Tahoe, Nev.] American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG) and Commercial USA (previously known as Commercial One) held a convention here from September 22-25. The event kicked off in an unusual way, with an opening night dinner that doubled as the wedding reception for Joe Weber, vice president and general manager, and his new wife, Theresa Weber. It was the first-ever wedding reception at a flooring convention.

AHSG holds convention once every two years, rather than every year or even twice yearly. Bruce Weber, CEO, noted the group does convention this way in order to hold a more robust meeting when they do get together.

Bruce Weber shared his hope for members to leave the convention with confidence. “We believe we’ve found the strongest manufacturing partners in every category,” he said, noting members trust the group’s research and analysis for selecting partners.

Joe Weber also told FCW the group wanted to make sure to talk about the industry’s installation crisis and show members that AHSG and Commercial USA have a plan to ensure continued success.

At general session, Bruce Weber spoke about the rebranding of Commercial One to Commercial USA, saying Commercial One was “too finite” of a name.

The keynote speech was delivered by Peggy Grande, former executive assistant to President Ronald Reagan and author of “The President Will See You Now.” Grande shared stories from her 10 years working for the president and encouraged attendees to write the legacy of their lives every day of their lives.

An Industry Association Panel answered questions about the industry’s most pressing issues. Pictured are Kim Oderkirk (executive director, Flooring Contractors Association), Scott Humphrey (CEO, World Floor Covering Association), Bart Bettiga (executive director, National Tile Contractors Association) and Robert Varden (executive director, Certified Flooring Installers).

On the last night of American Home Surfaces Group & Commercial USA’s convention, members gathered to celebrate their accomplishments. Jana Tadlock and Laura Goodwyn of Builders Carpet and Design Center in McKinney, Texas celebrated Tadlock’s win for 2019’s Outstanding Full Support award.

For more on the American Home Surfaces Group/Commercial USA convention, look for the Oct. 7 issue of FCW.

Commercial One grows to 135 members

February 7, 2019 from Floor Covering Weekly

[Roswell, Ga.] Commercial One announced their alliance comprised of independent commercial flooring specialists has now grown to 135 members across the U.S.A. after a record year and rapid start to 2019. The alliance said it has big plans for 2019, with new supplier partnerships launching and continuing its targeted growth across the country.

Joe Weber, vice president, U.S. Commercial Markets, stated, “We announced our convention ‘We Know a Thing or Two Because We Have Seen a Thing or Two’ will be taking place in Lake Tahoe in September and there will be a lot of additions and announcements leading up to it.  Our members tell us we put on the best show in the industry so there will be a tremendous amount of planning going into this special event.  We love that we diversified into the commercial sector and getting close with our members in areas that we might be able to help.  We have strategic teams set up coast to coast that tailor to our members needs every day.  We truly enjoy what we do, and our rapid growth is the benefit of our hard work and our supporting Commercial One Suppliers.  Our members know we dig in with them every day and work hard to build these relationships.  Like I said earlier, we have big plans this year and we are full steam ahead!”

New Commercial One Members by state include:
–Allstate Floors in Jessup, Md.
–Cox Commercial Flooring in Concord, Calif.
–Integrity Floors in Dallas, Texas

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Floor Trends Interview with Bruce Weber on the TalkFloor Podcast

Floor Trends Magazine | Nov 29, 2018

Part 1

Bruce Weber, president American Home Surfaces Group (AHSG) and Commercial One, discusses AHSH, its history and membership, and the Commercial One organization. Weber talks about the reaction of AHSG to the idea of launching into both specified and mainstreet commercial and how they can prepare for and manage the business going forward. Weber also talks about the additional managerial personnel who have joined Commercial One in recent months.

Part 2

Bruce Weber discusses the Commercial One organization and its program, the challenges of dealing with the nation’s installation shortage, and what members are doing to deal with it in their area. Weber also talks about the product lines being offered by Commercial One and his growth expectations for both the long and short term.

Part 3

Bruce Weber discusses the Commercial One organization, the interest in becoming involved in the commercial markets, both specified and main street, and the transition most retailers experience entering the field. He also talks about the successes Commercial One has enjoyed since its launch and efforts being made to add members.

EF Contract joins Commercial One alliance

Tuesday, July 03, 2018  from Floor Covering Weekly

[Dalton] EF Contract announced today that it has joined the Commercial One Flooring Contractors Alliance. Made up of 105 commercial flooring contractors throughout the U.S., this partnership creates a unique opportunity for the company to work alongside many of the top dealers in the marketplace to achieve mutual business objectives and goals, the company said.

“We are honored and delighted to join this group of highly successful dealers,” said Brad Root, EF Contract’s senior vice president of sales and marketing. “It is a real ‘win-win’ that builds upon mutual respect, trust, and the willingness to partner on specified and negotiated business.”

“This is an exciting time in the industry,” said Bruce Weber, president of Commercial One. “We have seen huge growth in the commercial arena, and future economics are very encouraging! Our large membership of specialized commercial flooring companies service the whole industry, and our relationship with EF Contract will bring great value to customers from coast to coast.”

Bruce Weber and Joe Weber from the AHSG Convention

interviewFloor Trends Magazine | Mon Nov 06, 2017

From the American Home Surfaces Group® Convention, Bruce Weber, Commercial One president, and vice president Joe Weber,discuss the convention and its turnout, the diverse group of retailers and contractors that make up both groups, and the several new programs that both groups rolled out for the convention. They also discuss the group’s new logo and website and the revitalization of the Commercial One group.

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