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Code of Ethics

Corporate Floors U.S.A. competes fairly for contracts, avoiding any practice that might be construed to be in violation of the letter or spirit of the antitrust laws. The firm avoids any activity that could be construed as bid shopping or peddling. The firm does not knowingly violate any law or regulation governing the competitive process.

Corporate Floors U.S.A. seeks to perform contracts only for projects for which the firm has the technical competence and experience. The firm does not accept contracts for which it is not qualified. The firm assigns staff to projects in accordance with their qualifications and commensurate with the demands of the services to be provided under the contract.

Standards of Practice
Corporate Floors U.S.A. provides materials and services in a manner consistent with the established and accepted standards of the construction industry and with the laws and regulations that govern it. The firm completes its contracts with competence, reasonable care and diligence. The firm establishes prices that are commensurate with its services. It serves its customers with honesty and integrity.

Conflicts of Interest
Corporate Floors U.S.A. endeavors to avoid conflicts of interest, both corporate and individual. Where a corporate conflict exists, Corporate Floors U.S.A. will disclose such conflict to its customer or prospective customer. Corporate Floors U.S.A. regularly educates its staff about personal conflicts of interest and has established a procedure for internal disclosure.

Public Safety
Corporate Floors U.S.A. ensures that the safety of its employees, the employees of others on the job site, and the general public is protected during the provision of its services.

Service Providers and Suppliers
Corporate Floors U.S.A. treats its service providers and suppliers in an equitable manner, assuring that they are provided clear direction and prompt payment for service provided. The firm does not knowingly violate any law or regulation governing such relationships.

Corporate Floors U.S.A. complies with the letter and spirit of laws relating to working conditions, equal employment opportunities, and pay practices. The firm does not knowingly violate any law or regulation dealing with employment.

Public Information
Corporate Floors U.S.A. ensures that all public statements and disclosures it makes are truthful. The firm also protects the proprietary interests of its customers.

Compliance with Laws
Corporate Floors U.S.A. does not knowingly violate any law or regulation.

Image of the Construction Industry
Corporate Floors U.S.A. avoids actions that promote its own self-interest at the expense of the construction industry, and upholds the standards of the construction industry with honor and dignity.

Internal Procedures
Corporate Floors U.S.A. has established internal procedures to handle any violations of the above guidelines. Each year, the firm reviews this code of ethics and its internal procedures with each of its employees. If an employee, customer or other individual becomes aware of a circumstance in which Corporate Floors U.S.A. or an employee of the firm fails to conform to the above standards, he/she is expected to immediately report such circumstance to Craig Dorman, COO, who will initiate an investigation of and otherwise resolve the reported issue.

Our mission is to be the leader in providing value-added floor covering services by creating successful partnerships in the educational, corporate and healthcare fields during the specification and installation processes. Our goal is to establish lasting relationships with our customers by exceeding their expectations and gaining their trust through exceptional performance by every member of our team.



Earning trust by exceeding expectations through exceptional performance.