DALTON, GA — The Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI), the non-profit trade association for the U.S. carpet industry, has a newly redesigned website.
Launched in early June, CRI's new site features updated technology, including a responsive design for better access on mobile devices. It integrates CRI's social media platforms and offers clearer menu items for easier browsing and access. It is home to the CRI Blog, which is updated weekly with news and informative articles on carpet.
The site is divided into five 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
About CRI – with information about CRI members, the history of the carpet industry and the latest news and information from CRI.
"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 CRI President Joe Yarbrough. "We think the new site accomplishes these objectives."
Visit The Carpet and Rug Institute website at www.carpet-rug.org.
About The Carpet and Rug Institute
The CRI is the leading industry source for science-based information and insight on how carpet and rugs create a better environment-for living, working, learning and healing. The Institute's mission is to serve the carpet industry and public by providing facts that help people make informed choices. Its best practices promote a balance between social, economic and environmental responsibility for the long term. CRI does this for its industry, yet it strives to be a model corporate citizen for all industries.