AHF Products announces price increases

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AHF Products price increasesMountville, Pa.—AHF Products announced it will increase prices on select hardwood, vinyl and TimberTru flooring products in the U.S. and Canada effective on shipments on April 28, 2022 or after.

“We have experienced persistent raw material cost inflation on key hard surface flooring components, including lumber, veneers, energy and core materials, as well as on transportation and freight,” said Chris King, senior vice president, sales & marketing. “As a result, we find it necessary to implement price increases.”

Wood product increases average:

  • 4%-6% increase on all solid hardwood collections
  • $.07/square foot increase on all domestically produced collections

Vinyl increases average:

  • 4%-6% increase on all domestically produced SPC collections

TimberTru:

  • $.10/square foot increase on 10+2mm products

Commercial vinyl:

  • 7% increase on vinyl based tile

“We understand the effort and nimbleness required to manage through these difficult changes and we appreciate our customers’ support of AHF Products now more than ever,” King added. “We are doing everything we can to keep customers serviced through this period of strong demand and extraordinary constraints.”

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