Category: armstrong flooring

Armstrong Linoleum Floors Ad, 1935 (1)

Vinyl flooring is less expensive than stone or hardwood, yet it’s durable and they come with an array of elegant patterns to choose from. Hardwood flooring looks beautiful when first installed but with the wear and tear of a wheelchair or just daily living hardwood begins to show signs of wear. While wandering through the Home Depot, I came across this vinyl floating floor from Halstead Industries called Allure Trafficmaster.

Armstrong is proud of it loyal customer base, and it is able to keep the customers happy by offering excellent warranties on their products. View full sized samples in the comfort of your own home, and visualize your new flooring by viewing the actual samples in the rooms where they will be installed. The patterns don’t resemble other more expensive materials and this flooring comes with 5 years warranty. In addition to its toughness, both flooring types are given a …

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Laminate Flooring

Armstrong Flooring began trading as a stand-alone company this week after being spun off from Armstrong World Industries. Tennessee and Georgia; most popular flooring choices are Vinyl and Carpet, but Engineered Hardwood flooring is gaining in popularity. The most popular thought when thinking of installing flooring in a home with a wheelchair or walker is hardwood flooring. In Australia, Armstrong harvests and uses rainwater—a practice that reduced the plant’s potable water use by over 40%. Of course when we called Home Depot they said they had never heard of a complaint on the smell of this flooring but when I discovered this website it makes me realize it’s not an isolated incident. Varying textures, imperfections and colors of wood, tile or even marble can all be found in the new look of laminated flooring. Oh, just to clarify, this was the allure resilient plank flooring the kind suitable for commercial …