For more than 60 years, FLOFORM’s skilled craftspeople have helped customers select, fabricate and install countertops both residentially and commercially.
We have a history of quality craftsmanship.
Established in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1961 by brothers Harry, Frank and John Dyck, the FLOFORM name was inspired by the cutting edge technology of post-form laminate countertops.
Our first FLOFORM location was a 7,000 square-foot building in Winnipeg that housed seven skilled craftsmen.
We put customer satisfaction first. From the planning stages to the final touches, we aren’t happy unless you are happy. You can count on your FLOFORM team to keep working until you’re completely satisfied.
We’re a family-owned business. Our people are the foundation of our success. We make sure they have the training and experience to provide best-in-class service and products. And we rely exclusively on our team, not on subcontractors, so we can manage every detail.
Commitment to Quality
Leading brands. Exceptional customer service. Quality craftsmanship. Meticulous attention to detail. Everything we do is designed to deliver the countertops you deserve, on time and on budget, for a kitchen that exceeds your expectations.
To consistently provide customers with the best countertop purchasing experience available.
- To treat all Customers with respect, in an open and honest fashion.
- To provide our Customers the highest quality countertop products available in our marketplace, at a fair price, in order to meet their clients’ needs.
- To ensure we develop and add products to expand our offering to meet the current and future needs of our Customers
- To treat all Employees with respect, in an open and honest fashion.
- To provide a work environment for all staff that is safe and free of harassment of any kind.
- To be an equal opportunity employer who respects and supports the diversity of our work force.
- To provide compensation, training and education and advancement opportunity that allow employees to improve their personal and professional lives.
This international association focuses on the home renovation industry, educating staff and providing resources to industry suppliers, manufacturers, designers, and installers. NKBA mandates education and standards, and FLOFORM staff regularly take part in events to better themselves for its customers.
This international association educates and influences the design industry, encouraging best practices in functionality and form for interior spaces. FLOFORM is a member to help educate the industry and learn from the association.
In 2008 FLOFORM became the first accredited fabricator in Canada for the MIA. MIA is an organization that implements a set of rules with accredited fabricators to abide by, ensuring quality and integrity in every part of their business. FLOFORM is still the only accredited fabricator in its region.
This association is the world leader in developing standards and guidelines for countertop companies, providing knowledge of materials and processes. FLOFORM continues to be a very active member of the association, always looking to improve industry practices.
Chief Revenue Officer
Allen joined FLOFORM in 2004. He manages market and shareholder growth company wide and enjoys interacting with customers and associates through the various FLOFORM business units.
Chief Operating Officer
An excellent view, an excellent meal, excellent customer service—in fact virtually any kind of excellence—motivates FLOFORM’s Chief Operations Officer, Mike Birdwell.
Chief Executive Officer
Ted Sherritt joined FLOFORM as Vice President of Finance and Administration in 1995. He was named the company’s CEO in 2000. Ted drives growth and provides leadership through building relationships with major customers and suppliers, planning company strategy, training management, and motivating the employees he calls “the most committed in the industry.”
Wayne joined FLOFORM in 2016 as President. He manages the day-to-day ongoing operations of the organization, looking for opportunities to create efficiencies within internal systems and processes.