Dan went to numerous hands-on schools sponsored by leading manufacturers who basically taught him what to do and what not to do. But he didn’t stop there. Loving a good challenge Dan worked 12 hour days for 6 months while studying for and passing his General Contractors License. At this point Dan had become indispensible to the business.
In 2004 Ed Carnegie decided to retire and move to California, so he sold the company to Dan. Six years later Ed had had enough of retirement and eagerly returned to work as Dan’s chief estimator. “Dad just can’t seem to get enough of this business, plus his knowledge of materials and installations is incredible.” says Dan. Through the years the economy and the flooring industry has had many ups and downs, but Dan’s commitment to high quality work has never wavered. If there’s one single factor that really keeps him moving forward, it’s a job well done. “There’s nothing better than hearing from a client about the awesome job we did”.