Emerald Installation CEO Alexander Rodenko and Mayor Nancy Backus cut the ribbon at the company’s new Auburn warehouse. COURTESY PHOTO, Behling Photography

Emerald Installation CEO Alexander Rodenko and Mayor Nancy Backus cut the ribbon at the company’s new Auburn warehouse. COURTESY PHOTO, Behling Photography

Emerald Installation expands into new Auburn warehouse

Emerald Installation, Inc., a residential and commercial floor covering business, has expanded into Auburn.

Company leaders and employees joined Mayor Nancy Backus, city officials and the Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce at a recent grand opening at its new facility, 550 Third St. SW, Building B.

Emerald Installation specializing in logistics and installation labor for residential properties with more than 24 years of experience in the flooring industry.

An eco friendly, paperless company, Emerald Installation uses electric vehicles and forklifts, and will partner with EnviroStar.

The grand opening included guest speakers from Lowe’s and Emerald Installation, Inc., refreshments, warehouse tours and an opportunity to meet installers.

Expanding throughout the Puget Sound, Emerald Installation serves Kitsap, Pierce, King, Thurston and Mason Counties. For more information, call 360-830-0633 or visit emeraldinstallation.com.

COURTESY PHOTO, Behling Photography

COURTESY PHOTO, Behling Photography

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