Stanton to raise prices on LVP products

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Stanton’s rigid core LVP, shown here in Beach Comber.

Calhoun, Ga.—Due to rising container freight fees, Stanton, a leading supplier of carpet, area rugs and LVP, has announced it will implement a $0.20 freight surcharge for all rigid core luxury vinyl plank orders, $0.12 per square foot for all Vanguard Flex glue-down orders and $0.25 per square yard for all residential and commercial soft surface orders. The surcharge is effective beginning with orders placed on Nov. 29, 2021.

“While our preference is not to impose any increases on our customers, we are implementing a surcharge rather than an increase with the intention of reducing and/or eliminating in the future as market conditions allow,” the company noted in a statement to the press. “We are continually working hard to mitigate these costs and will monitor this situation for future adjustments.”

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