Armstrong Commercial Flooring joins NALFA

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Chattanooga, Tenn.—Armstrong Commercial Flooring has joined the North American Laminate Flooring Association (NALFA) as its newest Regular Member.

NALFA offers three levels of membership: Regular Manufacturing Membership, Associate Membership and Testing House/Lab/Academic Membership. NALFA Regular Members are manufacturers, importers or marketers that offer laminate flooring for sale within North America. Other NALFA Regular Members include Columbia Flooring, Mannington Mills, Mohawk, Pergo, Quick-Step, Shaw Industries and Torlys.

“Armstrong is an important standard bearer for the laminate flooring industry and a welcome addition to NALFA,” said Bill Dearing, president of NALFA. “Like our other members, Armstrong has long demonstrated an aptitude for product and manufacturing innovations that drive a healthy laminate flooring trade.”

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