Rockwood Named 2018 Top Workplace By the Houston Chronicle


Rockwood Top Workplace 2018 by The Houston Chronicle for the third year

HOUSTON, TEXAS [November 4, 2018] – Rockwood has been named a Top Workplace this year by the Houston Chronicle. The Top Workplaces list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by Energage, and measures several aspects of work place culture, including alignment, execution, connection and much more. After winning this exceptional award in 2016 and 2017, Rockwood is proud to receive it again along with some of the most successful, growing companies in Houston.

“We are honored to be recognized by the Houston Chronicle as a Top Workplace for the third year in the row,” said Jennifer Baur, President and CEO of Rockwood. “We have a unique culture, and all of our employees work hard and are passionate about what they do.”

President and CEO Jennifer Baur and COO Mike Blackburn co-founded Rockwood in 1998, and the company specializes in interior window shutters, blinds and decorative sliding barn doors. While there are many aspects of Rockwood that sets the company apart from others, company culture is one of the most important. Employees take pride in Rockwood’s products and come to work every day because they want to be there. They work hard, always have fun, and come together as a team every day, not just for Rockwood, but for each other.


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About Rockwood Shutters

Rockwood specializes in manufacturing interior window shutters, blinds, shades and decorative sliding barn doors. The very best of traditional craftsmanship is seamlessly integrated with the latest technology and engineering innovation in the state-of-the-art Texas manufacturing facility. Every order received is custom manufactured to the exact dimensions and characteristics in accordance with the design specifications.

The largest interior shutter provider for The Home Depot, Rockwood serves over 650 store locations. Rockwood is relentless about providing quality products with features that are unique in the industry, and all products are available around the country and include complimentary in-home design consultation with professional installation.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, a city known for its strength and resilience, Rockwood continues to maintain its commitment to American craftsmanship. Rockwood believes quality should never be compromised, and to this day, every product is custom-made in Texas by manufacturing specialists. Rockwood products are proudly Made in the USA.

The company has been recognized by the Houston Chronicle Top Workplaces in 2016, 2017 and 2018, and by the Houston Business Journal Fast 100 Awards in 2018 for fastest growing companies in Houston. In 2017, Rockwood received the Pinnacle Award from the Better Business Bureau. The company also received the prestigious Winner of Distinction Award at the annual Houston Better Business Bureau’s Awards of Excellence luncheon in 2016 and 2018.

Rockwood is involved in several philanthropic programs throughout the community. The company supports the Habitat for Humanity, and in addition to donations and hours of volunteered efforts, gives all shutters or blinds that are made to the wrong specifications to a Habitat for Humanity Re-Store. In 2017, Rockwood purchased 25 bicycles and organized a team building activity for the Sales Team to assemble them, and later donated them to Together We Rise, a 501(c)3 organization benefiting children in the foster care system. Jennifer Baur serves on the National Board of Directors for Lemonade Day, is a Silver Sponsor for The Home Depot Foundation benefiting wounded Veterans, as well as a Habitat for Humanity Volunteer working with The Home Depot Foundation on projects benefiting America’s Veterans.

Top Houston Workplace Award 2016 for Rockwood Shutters
Top Workplaces 2017 Award from The Houston Chronicl