Thursday, September 29, 2016

The Barnes & Noble Convention!

This week Kim Francis and James McVoy headed down to Orlando Florida for the Barnes & Noble Convention to discuss Carpet Maintenance.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

RDW - Fast Installation, Resistant to Heavy Traffic, Interlocking Tile System

Our Quick Interlocking Tile System -- known for its durability, flexibility, speed of installation, design selection, moisture mitigation, hygiene, comfort level, and sound management.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Look What We Can Do For You!

Maintenance is the key to long-lasting carpet appearance, durability and overall performance.

For use as part of a company's regular maintenance process, our low moisture carpet maintenance treatment provides sustainable and long-term care for the most visible, high-traffic areas.

  • RD Weis Companies carpet care treatment is a low-disruptive quiet process that can be completed overnight in most cases
  • Drying time and liability for water-related slips and falls are essentially eliminated
  • Carpet and Rug Institute recommended process can be applied anywhere, anytime-allowing you to schedule carpet care to fit your specific needs
  • RD Weis Companies trained technicians will remove the dirt and grime which will extend the life and look of your carpet
  • Improve your air quality, increase productivity and protect your corporate image for the long term!

For more information, contact your local sales rep at:
RD Weis Companies

Thursday, September 8, 2016

RD Weis Companies 3rd Annual Vendor Day.

Our entire sales team is in our NYC Office to learn about the latest products from some of our vendors. Special thanks to Billy Heller, Mitch Wolff, Roy, Rino, Frank, Jason, and Lani for stopping by and showing us what’s new. And a very special thanks to Milliken who hosted us in their showroom.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

UMass Amherst.

Sue White with our Hard Surfaces Team completed a job at UMass Amherst. We used a single broadcast quartz custom blend to get the floors to this stage. Everyone who was involved at the college stopped by and loved it.