AHF Products increases prices on hardwood for 2021

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Mountville, Pa.—For the second time this fall, AHF Products has announced it will increase prices on hardwood products in the U.S. and Canada. The new increase will go into effect Jan. 1.

The increase averages 3%-5% on the company’s Cambodia-produced engineered hardwood and 5%-7% across domestically produced solid hardwood and will impact products across AHF brands, including Bruce, Robbins, LM Flooring, Hartco and Capella.

“At AHF Products, we are committed to helping customers grow their business through superior service, high-quality products and high-style flooring at competitive prices,” said Chris King, vice president – sales. “In our U.S. and Cambodia factories, we are producing at levels higher than before the pandemic to meet growing demand, with additional investments underway to further reduce lead times. During the pandemic, AHF was very proactive to buy lumber and produce products to service our customers’ business as the economy opened back up. The sudden strength of the recovery has proven extraordinary and has significantly impacted the price and availability of lumber and transportation in both the U.S. and abroad, and we expect these increased costs to persist.”

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