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Shannon & Waterman™ wins Best of Houzz Awards for 2016
Shannon & Waterman proudly announces their accomplishments of being selected as a Best of Houzz 2016 recipient for Service and being named as a Best of Houzz Influencer. Being recognized among more than 800,000 Houzz Pros, Shannon & Waterman is honored to receive these accolades in their first two years of creating custom wide plank floors.
New on the A&D scene, Shannon & Waterman has made a name for themselves as a premier manufacturer of custom wide plank flooring in a short amount of time. The Shannon family has a rich heritage in forestry and launched Shannon & Waterman in November of 2013. The family has sustainably farmed their land for old growth timber for over a century, and still employ old world sawing techniques that produce some of the most exquisite flooring on the market. With his family forests abundant in White Oak, Mr. Shannon has perfected methods to produce Eurosawn, center-cut White Oak floors that maintain extremely long lengths, their specialty. The company controls all aspects of the manufacturing process, maintaining strict quality.
Adam Whitney, Sales Consultant for Shannon & Waterman, works with the A&D community on a daily basis, transforming their design ideas into a custom floor. Adam explains, “Our customers know what they want and we can deliver. We are good at what we do. Our sawing methods are unique and give us a competitive edge because few, if none, of our competitors are able to produce the level of quality as Shannon & Waterman at the same price. Owning our processes from the forest to the floor allows us to produce high quality, beautiful custom floors at an attainable price.”
Each client of Shannon & Waterman receives personalized service, beginning with Lisa Garvey, our Director of Client Relations. Designing a home is a personal experience and Shannon & Waterman understands this better than no other. Clients are guided each step of the way, from matching custom samples to installation and beyond. Providing exceptional client service is one of our top priorities.
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