Langley’s Nufloors team hosts its annual fall draw and barbecue this month in support of the Langley Animal Protection Society. Stop in and pick up your raffle tickets, and check out their Stainmaster Platinum products with their “Pet Protect” promise!

Four-legged friends the focus of annual Langley fundraiser

Nufloors community raffle and barbecue shines light on LAPS

As the region’s only Stainmaster Flooring Centre – and one with a “Pet Protect” guarantee – you know Nufloors Langley counts many animal lovers among its customers.

And it’s with that in mind that the local flooring centre invites the community to stop by this month to take part in its annual fundraiser in support of the LAPS – Langley Animal Protection Society.

Visit the Nufloors showroom to pick up your raffle tickets for the LAPS draw – one ticket for $5, three for $10 or seven for $20 – for your chance to win a Samsung 65-inch 4K QLED Tizen smart TV! All proceeds will go directly to LAPS, which cares for more than 1,400 dogs, cats and large animals each year.

Launching Sept. 3, the longstanding annual event runs through the month before culminating in a Sept. 28 barbecue by donation and prize draws.

The barbecue is a way to thank both customers and suppliers, while also drawing attention to this vital local organization close to the hearts of so many area residents – two-legged and four-legged!

“We’ve been working with LAPS for many years now – they’re a very well-respected local organization and as we’re all animal lovers here, we just love to support all the work they do,” says Katrina Koblanski, general manager.

“Giving back to our community and supporting local organizations is our focus here at Nufloors.”

Family-friendly solutions for your home

As Western Canada’s only Stainmaster Flooring Centre, Nufloors Langley’s commitment to local pet families goes even deeper.

“We’re geared toward families, and that includes pets,” Koblanski reflects, noting Nufloors’ lifetime warranties on all Stainmaster Platinum products.

And with their “Pet Protect” promise, if you end up with a pet-related stain on a protected carpet, they’ll replace it – no exceptions or exclusions! Pet Protect carpet and cushion systems not only resist pet stains but also help reduce pet odours and release pet hair.

In addition to the LAPS fundraiser, Nufloors has also partnered with the society on various pet adoption events, and has sponsored local community initiatives like the AOK (Acts of Kindness) Home Renovation Project, the Langley Rotary Wine Festival, the Soroptimist Society’s “Bras for a Cause” event, the Langley Food Bank and the Salvation Army’s Gateway of Hope.


Visit Nufloors Langley’s 15,000-square-foot location at 304-20771 Langley Bypass or online at Offering a wide range of flooring, the store is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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