AHF Products announces price increase

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AHF Products plans to increase prices on hardwood products in the U.S. and Canada effective April 1, 2021. The price increase averages 5% on the company’s engineered hardwood produced in the U.S. and Asia (excluding Cambodia) and 3% across domestically produced solid hardwood. The price increase, which will impact products across AHF brands, including Bruce, Robbins, Hartco and Capella, will be effective on orders placed starting April 1 and shipments made after April 30 for any orders placed prior to April 1. 

“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. “Across several of our locations, we are experiencing continued raw material cost inflation on key wood flooring components, including lumber and core materials. As a result, we find it necessary to increase hardwood prices on certain products.”

This latest increase comes on the heels of another hike AHF Products previously announced in November 2020. For the second time that fall, AHF Products had announced it would increase prices on hardwood products in the U.S. and Canada effective Jan. 1.

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

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