Mannington Resilient Price Increase

Mannington announced that on May 22, 2017 select residential sheet vinyl products will increase in price by 3 to 6 percent. The price increase will be in effect for all shipments in the United States and Canada. Mannington is implementing the price increase because of the rising cost of raw materials, transportation, and manufacturing.

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Mannington Commercial – Price Increase

Recently Mannington Commercial announced that the prices will increase on their commercial carpet, resilient, and sundry products. The price increase will be around 3 to 5 percent, and it will be effective on February 15, 2017.

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Armstrong Flooring Commercial Price Increase

Armstrong Flooring recently announced that it will increasing prices on the following commercial product lines:

– Commercial Sheet by 3-6 percent
– Linoleum by 3-6 percent
– Commercial Tile by 3-6 percent
– Wall base and Installation and Maintenance products by 3-6 percent
Commercial LVT will not be impacted by the price increase. The price increase will be effective on February 15, 2017.

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Mannington Raises Prices on Select Engineered Hardwood Products

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Recently Mannington announced that it will be raising prices on select engineered hardwood products. The price increase will be from 5% to 7%. The price increase will be effective on shipments on July 1, 2016.

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Armstrong Flooring Wood Price Increase

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Recently, Armstrong Flooring announced that it will initiate a price increase for engineered and solid wood flooring in the United States and Canada. Engineered wood flooring will get a price increase of 5 to 7%. Solid wood flooring will get a price increase of 3 to 5%.

All orders shipped on or after June 13, 2016 will be effected by the price increase.

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Mannington Raises Prices on VCT

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Starting on January 5, 2015, Mannington will be implementing a price increase of 4% on all of its vinyl composition tile (VCT) products. The price increase is to balance the substantial increases of the cost of raw materials and energy. Jack Ganley, the president of commercial business at Mannington, says that even though costs are rising, the commercial market is performing well and he believes it will continue to do so. He also said that Mannington will continue to look for ways to deliver innovative style, choices that work, and exceptional value to the customers.

The price increase will affect the United States and Canada.

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Price Increase on Armstrong Commercial and Residential VCT

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Armstrong announced on October 6,2014 that it will initiate a price increase in the United States and Canada. The price increase will be on commercial vinyl composition tile and BioBased Tile by 4%, commercial wall-base by 4%, and select residential tile products including Units, Afton, and Classic tile by 5%, which will be effective on January 1, 2015.
Richard Born, vice president of Armstrong commercial sales said that during 2014, the industry was impacted by the rising cost of raw materials, transportation, and labor, which is why Armstrong is increasing the prices for the product lines listed above.
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Armstrong Increases Price of Select Solid and Engineered Hardwood

manufacture_34On June 9, 2014, Armstrong is going to start a 4-10% price increase on select solid and engineered hardwood products. The price increase is effective in the United States and Canada. Also, they are raising the prices on these products to deal with the increased cost of raw materials. Since December 2013, the lumber costs have continued to escalate, so Armstrong has increased the prices to be able to still give the customer an innovative and quality product.

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Armstrong Raises Hardwood Prices Again

manufacture_34Armstrong World Industries will be raising the prices on select solid and engineered hardwood products by 6 to 12 percent in the U.S. and Canada. The price change will take effect on February 3, 2014.

“We are taking this action after serious consideration of the alternatives and options but this increase is the minimum necessary to secure the raw materials required to service our valued customers as we move into 2014,” Kevin Biedermann, senior vice president of Armstrong Residential Floor Products, said in a statement.

The cost of the raw materials for veneer and lumber continue to increase, which leaves the only option for companies to increase product prices as well. Armstrong World Industries understands the difficulties that arise when prices increase, but they will still strive to deliver quality, innovation, and service that create growth for their customers.

The last price increase occurred on September 13, 2013.

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