Armstrong Laminate Flooring - Limitless designs & Shades

Armstrong Laminate Flooring: An industry forerunner

Armstrong Laminate Flooring
Armstrong laminate flooring is a forerunner in the industry and has been establishing itself as far back as the nineteenth century.

Armstrong laminate flooring comes in near limitless designs and shades. Choose from authentic quality wood, stone and other textures available in plank, strip and square form. The company offers the opportunity to indulge oneself in the luxury of many exotic woods such as teak and bamboo, which would normally be out of one's budget if they were in their pure form. A whole new world of design and creativity is unlocked.

Armstrong laminate floors are very hard-wearing and resilient to traffic and are less prone to nicks and scratches due to their quality wear layer and sturdy core. Stains and moisture do not present a problem either - although that is not to say they are waterproof. But they are less susceptible to water damage than pure wood floors. A warranty also comes with the purchase of the flooring. This warranty can be anything from between fifteen years to life depending on the collection in question.

There are two main types offered by the company with regard to installation: the glue and the locking type. The glue type involves the use of adhesives and clamps to keep the sections in place during installation - this is usually more aimed at the experienced DIY man. The second type uses ArmaLock technology and simply slot together, require no adhesives and can be laid over most existing sub floors.

With regard to care, the floor was devised to only need a quick sweep / vacuum to keep it clean. Only very occasional wiping is needed and spills come right off with a run of a cloth.

Contact Armstrong® at:

Armstrong World Industries

2500 Columbia Avenue

Lancaster , PA 17603


Armstrong World Industries

P.O. Box 3001

Lancaster , PA 17604-3001






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