Steve has been a part of Floor Craft since 1982, and no, that is not a typo. Though Steve is not part of the ownership family, he is the 3rd generation of the Webb family to work at Floor Craft. His father, Bill, owned a store in Kansas, but moved the family out to Colorado when things slowed down. Steve’s grandmother worked for Floor Craft at the time, and helped Bill get a position as an estimator. When Steve was old enough to join the work force, he started in the warehouse at Floor Craft, and then managed it for ten years. From there, he moved into an estimator role for just shy of a decade, and since then has served as the manager of the service department. Steve is highly respected both at Floor Craft and among Floor Craft’s long-standing builder and contractor accounts. It is common knowledge that if Steve is involved in solving a problem, the solution is going to be done right. Some of Steve’s industry certifications include OSHA safety certificates, Karndean installation, and formal Schluter training.
Although Colorado is a beautiful state, Steve only agrees with that statement about half the year. He hates cold weather. When the snow starts flying, Steve and his wife prefer to bail and find themselves a nice, sunny beach instead. Their favorite is Jamaica. When the winter subsides Steve likes to head to the hills to camp and drive his sandrail.