Expertise

Sherland & Farrington's experience with a vast number of successful local projects, and long term National Account Programs has placed us in diverse roles with mills, end users, architectural and construction firms. Our first hand knowledge of the carpet manufacturing process significantly increases information flow and problem solving techniques.

The essential role of the flooring contractor/consultant is to ensure that the quality function is managed, controlled and maintained throughout the duration of every project/program. Sherland & Farrington helps our clients achieve their commercial flooring goals. We cover every phase of the commercial flooring lifecycle, from product selection and installation all the way through reclamation.

Customers can specify a product or work with one of our commercial specialists to identify the right product at the right price. Once a product is identified, our services can include the following:

  • project initiation and scope definition
  • take off, estimation, and layout
  • site evaluation
  • materials procurement
  • site testing
  • reclamation of existing materials
  • materials receiving, warehousing, and delivery
  • preparation of installers
  • installation
  • site supervision
  • job walk-through
  • ongoing regularly scheduled maintenance

We are familiar with our clients' varying and complex flooring needs. General contractors need timely bidding and experienced project management. Interior designers need specification services. Architects often need recommendations by flooring specialists to make certain they use the right product in the right application.

Sherland & Farrington takes the guesswork out of the flooring procurement & installation process, from quantity measurement, to site delivery, installation, and overall project management. We handle the details to deliver a seamless solution to our clients.


Paul Rudolph Hall, Yale University

Project Management

We know one of our primary jobs is to serve as the liaison for budget and schedule between all involved groups from the end user to the design firm to the general contractor. [learn more]