Armstrong Commercial introduces two hardwood options

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Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Commercial Flooring introduced two additions to its hardwood product lineup: Midtown, with rich grain patterns in a low gloss offering, and Performance Plus in low and medium gloss options. These new products are perfect for designers who wish to create unique, distinctive commercial spaces. Named for a city’s cultural heart, Midtown embodies the diverse style of a legendary cityscape. Performance Plus hardwood withstands the punishment of day-to-day commercial environments.

“Since gloss level does not affect the durability or performance of a floor, with either a low or medium gloss finish you end up with a beautiful, highly desired natural wood look with the durable performance required for commercial environments,” said Patricia Fanty, marketing manager for Armstrong. “At Armstrong, we take extra care to make sure the latest technologies and best techniques are used to enhance our designs.”

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