Armstrong Flooring announces price increases

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Lancaster, Pa.—Citing rising costs, Armstrong Flooring will increase prices effective May 1, 2021. The price increases will be between 3%-8% for select residential and commercial products.

“Armstrong Flooring is committed to our loyal customers and will continue to enhance product quality, while working to offer it at competitive prices,” said Brent Flaharty, senior vice president, chief customer experience officer. “We continue to experience significant cost increases in transporation and raw materials, and despite our continued efforts, we find it necessary to increase prices on certain products.”

These increases are the next in a succession of price hikes implemented over the past six months.

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