Armstrong Flooring - Quality and Choice

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Armstrong flooring
Armstrong flooring is a major contender in the flooring industry and is a backed by Armstrong Holdings, Inc. Trend setters and forerunners in both the residential and commercial flooring sectors, this company and its group of brands have given consumers a multitude of products in an array of materials - hardwood, laminate, vinyl, carpet and ceramic tile.

Armstrong flooring has provided countless quality and value - thus it has become a trusted and reliable brand in the industry that is destined for further greatness. A unique property of the company is its ability to attune more and more accurately to individual consumer tastes and styles. The collections themselves boast a never-ending choice of color, design and texture. All the laminates for instance can take on the natural warm beauty of oak and pine, or the elegance and strength or marble and granite. Even the more exotic materials such as bamboo and teak are offered - allowing for enhanced interior design possibilities.

Newest to this collection is the DLW Vinyl range - 11 structures in 180 colors! Designers and property owners alike will be catapulted into world of high energy color – with explosive titles such as red chilli, Caribbean blue and Laguna green! The collection extends over six color worlds from the retro Plastic Revolution to the earthy tones of Perfect Harmony.

A true testament to this company's achievement has been its acknowledgment by the magazine "Popular Mechanics." Not only a glossy piece of literature, Popular Mechanics also recognizes brilliance in the field of design and engineering. The award has typically been coveted by the automotive and science industries - imagine the surprise when it went to a flooring manufacturer! Armstrong's ArmaLock installation system extends across the various collections and offers keen DIYers an installation experience that is quicker, cleaner and adhesive free!

Armstrong floors are designed to be as durable as possible - although this characteristic is largely dependent on the material. The laminates are particularly hard-wearing and resistant to scuffing and nicks. On top of this they are not prone to staining from spills and moisture like pure timber is. Further value is added to Armstrong flooring through the introduction of warranties with product sales. These warranties are dependent on the collection and can range from anything between fifteen years to a life long guarantee.

Contact Armstrong at:

Armstrong World Industries

2500 Columbia Avenue

Lancaster , PA 17603

Armstrong World Industries

P.O. Box 3001

Lancaster , PA 17604-3001

Alternatively you can visit www.armstrong.com

 

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