Armstrong Flooring

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Armstong Flooring Brings a New Material to the Market Armstong Flooring Brings a New Material to the Market

Armstrong Flooring debuted its new PRYZM flooring at 2017 IBS. PRYZM is constructed from a thermal plastic core and a cork pad with a durable AC4 commercial-grade layer on top to protect from scratches, spills, stains, fading, scrapes, and dents caused by the weight of appliances, the company says. BUILDER products editor Lauren Shanesy stopped by the Armstrong booth at the show to see the comparison between PRYZM and existing surfaces in a live demo. More

IBS 2017: Day 3 Product Finds
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IBS 2017: Day 3 Product Finds

The flooring, siding, roofing, and bicycle bathtubs that caught our eye on the... More

Armstrong's 'Architectural Remnants' Offers Reclaimed Wood in a Laminate
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Armstrong's 'Architectural Remnants' Offers Reclaimed Wood in a Laminate

A durable wearlayer and strengthened core combine with the look of old wood to... More

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