CRI re-launches website

Dalton, Ga. – Soft floor covering non-profit trade association The Carpet and Rug Institute has redesigned and revamped its website.

The site’s new features include updated technology, including a responsive design for better access on mobile devices. As CRI noted, this integrates social media platforms and offers clearer menu items for easier browsing and access on the site.

Also, the site is home to the CRI Blog, which is updated weekly with news and informative articles on carpet.

The site is divided into four sections:

  • Carpet for the Home, for consumer and retail audiences;
  • Carpet for Business, for commercial dealers, facility managers and other building professionals;
  • Industry Resources, for carpet industry users;
  • CRI Testing Programs, with specific information about CRI's Green Label Plus indoor air quality and Seal of Approval carpet cleaning, testing and certification program.

"CRI undertook a new website design to improve how we communicate and to provide quick and easy access to the information CRI audiences, including facility managers, carpet cleaning professionals, consumers, our members and others, need from us," said Joe Yarbrough, CRI president. "We think the new site accomplishes these objectives."

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