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Resilient manufacturers announce price increases; Mohawk, Forbo the latest

Hicksville, N.Y.—At the beginning of April, two of the largest resilient flooring manufacturers, Armstrong and Mannington Mills, independently announced it will each raise product...

Carpet mills showcase high-end products with texture, softness

As consumers flirt with the temptation of an increasing number of choices from hardwood and ceramic tile producers, carpet mills have stepped up and...

Ceramic producers launch upscale designs, colors

Nowhere in the flooring industry is the use of high tech, state-of-the-art production advancements more evident than in ceramic tile. It seems as though...

National Wood Flooring Association: Initiatives range from environmental to A&D

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD.—Things are looking up for the hardwood flooring industry. So said Ed Korczak, CEO and executive director, National Wood Flooring Association (NWFA),...

High end laminate products holding their own during tough times

Sales of high-end products may be coming back based on various corporate reports but in the laminate category they have remained constant as consumers...

Customization and visual quality define high-end hardwood

Hardwood has long had a reputation for being higher-end, almost a symbol of status for the home. It raises the value of a home,...

Visuals drive high-end resilient products

Though some buyers are looking for deals, choice flooring in the home adds a certain something beyond higher prices. That something is identified as...

State of the hardwood industry: Category sees light at the end of the tunnel

While manufacturers weren’t exactly eager to strip their poker faces, major hardwood players recently gave FCNews an exclusive perspective of the game. As if...

*Web exclusive* State of the hardwood industry

Category’s future remains steady Cautious optimism is the buzz phrase here. With economists and officials telling everyone the worst of the recession is over, no...

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