Natural beauty and lasting durability. The enduring appeal of hardwood flooring is in its timeless look and the value it adds to your home. Armstrong offers the most choices in styles, finishes, and installation options to fit your taste, lifestyle, and budget. But with so many choices, there’s a lot to think about beyond choosing the right color and wood species. Armstrong takes the guesswork out of the selection process by explaining the important considerations you need to know before buying.
We have one of the most extensive showrooms in the Southland. Please stop in for a visit and browse our samples of hardwood, laminate, tile, carpet and vinyl. You are welcome to check samples out for viewing in the comfort of your own home. We look forward to your visit!
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We urge you to run this check on any contractors you may be considering for your home improvements.
Dear Valued Customers-
As the government announces new tariffs on imports, the pricing on some of our products will have an increase. We do not yet know the full effect of these tariffs. We are committed to doing our best to make this as smooth of a transition as possible.
Thank you for your business. We look forward to helping you with your flooring needs.
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