Mannington, Phenix increase prices

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pricesSalem, N.J.—Due to continued significant increased costs in both raw materials and freight, Mannington and Phenix will increase prices on both hard and soft surface products and sundries.

Mannington will increase prices on select LVT collections, select hardwood collections and all sheet vinyl products between 6% and 10% and 15% on adhesives and sundries. The change will be effective with orders placed on or after August 9 and orders shipped on or after August 30.

Phenix Flooring will increase pricing on select residential carpet products and hard surface products up to 10%. The change will be effective with shipments on or after August 30.

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