Armstrong introduces new laminate offerings

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Lancaster, Pa. — Armstrong continues to be on the cutting-edge of residential laminate design with new designs and colors.

Within its Architectural Remnants collection, Armstrong has introduced Global Reclaim—18 unique planks blending reclaimed exotic wood looks of apple wood, eucalyptus and maple.

Within the Rustics Premium collection, Armstrong announced Forestry Mix,blending three hardwood looks—hickory, white oak and red oak, in white washed, gray washed and brown washed colors. Each color has 24 planks.

To round out the new offerings, Millwork Blockoffers the distinct look of premium oak strips, assembled into planks, glazed with stain, and enhanced by a subtle undulating surface treatment—in 18 unique planks.

With a 50-year residential warranty, the floors also feature the VisionGuard wearlayer that protects the floor from staining, fading and wear-through. HydraCore Plus, a core that is built into the product, makes it feel more lavish then everyday laminate flooring, according to Armstrong.

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