Shaw Sponsors HGTV Smart Home Giveaway

DALTON, Ga.-Shaw Floors has agreed to be the exclusive flooring provider and sponsor for the HGTV Smart Home Giveaway, the first of which is scheduled for this spring.

As part of the agreement, Shaw will supply floors from the HGTV Home Flooring by Shaw collection to the HGTV Smart Home, located in the Paradise Key South Beach community in Jacksonville Beach, Fla. The featured flooring products will include Anso nylon carpet, Signature Style, and Stunning Pemberton engineered hardwood, which is used throughout the whole house.

Shaw area rugs used in the home will include Nirvana, Venezia, A Stitch in Time, Zara and Luna de Luna. Also, Bangle glass block, Elements, Glass Essentials, Mixed Up and Briarcliff are the tile and stone products that will be used.

The HGTV Smart Home incorporates energy-saving features and "green" living, and the latest developments in home technology. As part of the giveaway, HGTV viewers and Shaw fans can enter for a chance to win the approximately 2,400-square-foot home beginning on April 11 and ending on May 31. More information is available at hgtv.com/smarthome.

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