ISE is one of three certified installation companies of this product in the Kansas City marketplace. Why is this special certification required? There are specialized tools required to properly install the product that require training for the manufacturer warranty.
There are products available for walls or floors. Come into our showroom to see samples of products and to talk to Don about using this product in your space!
Interior Surface recently finished the remodel on the Price Chopper in Stanley to provide an upscale environment where customers could come and receive the benefits of specialty foods prepared and packaged in the convenience of their local grocery store.
The color pallet is mostly warm making the shopper feel at home. There are several custom mural tiles in the specialty areas of Popcorn and Deli that really make the areas unique.
The bakery is sophisticated with elegant tile from AO. The Produce, Floral, Natural Foods and seating areas are paved with a plank LVT by Centiva that provides a warm subtle feeling of home.
The flooring selections are not sterile or typical of a standard grocery store. Creativity and fun design elements were added to the mix. There is even flooring on the ceiling on the clouds in the Natural Food section.
Come in and see the new Price Chopper in Stanely! And don’t forget to take a look up!
What do you do with old carpet? You would be surprised at the applications!
At Interior Surface Enterprises, we are concerned about the environment. With the demolition we do to prepare our clients’ floors for new carpeting, we end up with a lot of preused carpet. If you are concerned about the environment, like we are, you’ll be pleased with the sustainability industry and the companies that are utilizing carpeting fibers for other purposes.
Take GeoHay, for example – a company out of South Carolina, who uses pre and post consumer carpet material and utilizes it for water management, erosion and sediment control.
Specific applications include: slopes, boundary protection, industrial runoff, dam and ditch checks, curb inlet filtering, and demolition capture. The uses are endless – construction sites, golf courses, city and state roadways and construction, etc.
Champion Polymer Recycling is another sustainability company in Kentucky which buys 150 tons or plastic resins to meet the manufacturing needs of their parent company, Infiltrator Systems – the leading manufacturer of drainage chambers for septic and stormwater management.
As one of America’s top recyclers, they put millions of pounds of scrap polyolefin resins to use in their environmentally friendly products each year.
Also, Infiltrator Systems’ efforts to fund university research has allowed for a much better understanding of the long-term performance of onsite wastewater systems. Over the years, they have funded more private sector onsite wastewater research projects than any other company in the country.
We continue to hear how the recycling industry is finding ways to reutilize carpet fiber and make the impact greater for our environment. What have you learned about recycling preused flooring?