Who makes TrafficMaster laminate flooring?

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Traffic master wood laminate flooring is manufactured by Shaw Industries Group, headquartered in Georgia, and owned by Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. Shaw Industries started in 1946 as Star Dye Company, a small company. Clarence Shaw, father of Robert and J.C. Shaw, purchased a commission dye company in 1946. Star Dye Company manufactured bedspreads and scatter carpets. In 1958, Robert Shaw turned out to be the CEO of the business, which was then cooperatively possessed by the two brothers. With $300,000 in sales, the business grew intensely and soon started finishing carpet as Shaw Industries.
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Laminate flooring Review
Laminate flooring reproduces the look of more expensive wood or stone flooring, but costs much less. Laminate flooring has a... Read More »
Est. Price: $4
PROS
Cheaper facsimile of wood
, Easy to install
, Resistant to staining and fading
CONS
Can't be refinished
, Doesn't help resale value of your home
, Can be damaged by water
Source: Consumersearch.com
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