Armstrong introduces commercial LVT lines

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Lancaster, Pa.— Armstrong Flooring has launched two new commercial LVT collections—Exchange and Theorem. Both collections are manufacturered in the U.S., and feature a 2.5mm structure with a 20-mil wear layer and patented Diamond 10 Technology for superior scratch, stain and scuff performance.

“We’re excited to offer two premium LVT collections in a popular 2.5 mm structure, made in our Lancaster, Pennsylvania facility,” said Amanda O’Neil, director, commercial product management. “In addition to Diamond 10 Technology for category-leading scratch, stain, and scuff protection, these collections feature a new Eased Edge treatment for easy maintenance and a low gloss finish to complement each design and color.”

Exchange luxury flooring

According to Armstrong, Exchange was created to invigorate and inspire with soft pastels and rich, saturated tones. The collection includes two distinct, yet compatible designs and offers 26 colors in 6 x 36 planks. The System Gradient design features a subtle ombre effect in a soft color palette, while Static offers consistent saturation of color in a variety of neutrals and bright pops of color that can stand alone or be used as a collaborative accent.

Theorem luxury flooring

Armstrong said Theorem was designed to spark curiosity and collaboration with a carefully curated palette of color and pattern making it a great option for education settings. It features 26 colors and three designs—two that incorporate a unique geometric pattern—in 6 x 36 planks.

Exchange and Theorem come with a 20-year commercial limited warranty when installed in accordance with the recommended Armstrong Flooring adhesive and instructions. An additional 10 years of overall warranty coverage is available by using the Strong System collection of subfloor preparation products.

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