Armstrong Flooring

Recycling Program

Armstrong has committed to an aggressive recycling program. They have recycled over 100 million pounds of material.  They run a closed-loop flooring recycling program to conserve and protect natural resources and reduce their environmental footprint. 

Diamond Technology Innovation

The new Diamond 10 technology enables Armstrong Flooring to stand up to the test of time and traffic.  This process enhances resistance to scratches, stains and scuffs.  Learn more by clicking here.  

Armstrong Flooring

Armstrong flooring offers hundreds of flooring options from hardwoods to vinyl and engineered tile.  

Sustainability Today and Tomorrow

Armstrong has been built on the idea of sustainability.  More than 100 years ago they started by taking the waste from cork production and using it to make linoleum flooring. Today their Sustainability Steering Committee sets their business focus on making flooring that lasts and is friendly to the planet.  Armstrong is committed to the following:

  • Sustainable Operations
  • Safety
  • LEED Recognition
  • Sustainable Products
  • Recycling Programs
  • Community

Some of Armstrong’s Sustainable Product Lines Include:

  • Alterna Luxury Vinyl Tile
  • Bio-Flooring
  • Commercial Floor Recycling Program
  • Premium Excelor Raffia VCT (Vinyl Composition Tile)
  • The I-Set Installation System
  • Luxury Vinyl Tile
  • Premium Excelor Chromaspin

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The History of Armstrong Flooring

Thomas Armstrong started his company in 1860 as a two man cork cutting shop in Pittsburgh. He was the son of Scottish-Irish Immigrants. Armstrong floors progressed through the Civil War, financial panics, fires and marketplace challenges. Armstrong succeeded on the values of hard work and faith. He employed and kept dedicated and talented employees.  Armstrong was known for acting in fairness and balancing the interests of more than just the stockholders, but the communities, employees, customers and suppliers.  Armstrong’s modo, ‘Let the Buyer Have Faith’, was a refreshing contrast to the norm of buyer beware. By the 1890’s Armstrong was the worlds largest cork company.

Armstrong did not see the day his company first made linoleum flooring as he died the year before this dream came to fruition.  In 1909 the first linoleum came off the presses of the Lancaster, Pennsylvania factory and the robust flooring portfolio started.  In April 2016, Armstrong Flooring separated from Armstrong World Industries to focus solely on flooring once again.  Today, Armstrong is one of the world’s largest producers of resilient flooring products.

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Financing Available 

  • Competitive Interest Rates
  • Extended Pay Options
  • Wells Fargo Credit Services