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Armstrong Flooring

Updated: Oct 29

Armstrong Flooring , founded in 1860, is headquartered in Lancaster, PA. Armstrong manufactures commercial flooring under the brands Armstrong Flooring™, Parterre™ and AHF Contract™. Products include Luxury Vinyl Tile, Vinyl Based Tile, Rigid Core Flooring, Homogeneous Sheet, Heterogeneous Sheet, Bio Flooring, Vinyl Composition Tile, and Engineered Hardwood.

Armstrong provides floors in luxury vinyl, both tile and plank, with appealing features including durability and a stylish design.

Armstrong Vivero Vinyl Plank Flooring is Armstrong’s most affordable vinyl plank floor, which comes in both a distressed and a traditional look. Armstrong Vivero Luxury Flooring is the most durable floor offered by Armstrong, thanks to its exclusive Diamond 10 Technology.

Vivero has a luxury, handsome surface that is considerably more scratch-resistant when compared with other LVT products. Armstrong Luxury Vinyl Tile is also scratch, scuff, and wear resistant, easily cleaned, and comes with a 30-year limited warranty for the home.

Luxe Plank with RigidCore is offered in 23 unique designs resembling hardwood and porcelain tile floors. Alterna is the luxury vinyl that looks like ceramic or stone, and Luxe Plank looks like hardwood. It is easy to find the right luxury vinyl tile flooring for your home with Core Elements, which features an easy-to-select shopping system, allowing you to choose from an array of elegant, but durable, floor options.

With large-plank options mimicking wood and stone, along with an array of colors and finishes, you are bound to find lvt floors that match your style. Armstrong Luxe Plank FasTak vinyl multi-color Lexington Slate is 100% water resistant flooring -- ideal for kitchens, bathrooms, basements, and laundry rooms.

The floating installation method is harder and takes longer to install compared to a floating installation, however, glue-down vinyl planks are generally better suited to floors that have heavier loads and traffic, where they may be more stable. Armstrong suggests the locking type is a simple DIY project, whereas a Glue-Down Floor is in the middle of the road as far as complexity.

Armstrong’s Luxury Vinyl Floors have a textural charm from the engraved grain, a deep range of colors, and a soft shine that reflects the appearance of natural schist and stones polished over time.

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