Armstrong increases prices to offset input costs

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costsLancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring will increase U.S. prices effective March 1, 2022 to offset rising input costs.

According to the company, for select residential products, price increases will range from 0%-10% and for select commercial products, price increases will range from 0%-15%. The previously announced and implemented ocean and freight surcharges will remain in place.

“Armstrong Flooring continues its strong commitment of delivering high quality products and services to the markets we serve,” said Brent Flaharty, senior vice president, chief customer experience officer at Armstrong Flooring. “We have and will continue to do what we can to offset the increasing costs associated with delivering on that commitment. As the costs are increasing too quickly, we need to implement another pricing action.”

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