Established in 1860, Armstrong World Industries, Inc. today is a global leader in the design and manufacture of floors and ceilings. Based in Lancaster, Pa., Armstrong operates 32 plants in eight countries and has approximately 8,500 employees worldwide. Armstrong, as the exclusive flooring supplier to HFOT, will donate floors for all the specially adapted homes built across the country through 2016. A portion of the sales from the company’s new American Scrape collection will be dedicated to supporting this effort. American Scrape features richly textured hardwood floors, inspired by the beauty of the American landscape, and each floor is made in the USA. Armstrong offers hundreds of floor covering options for people to choose from. Its hardwood floors are available in many popular wood species, from classic oak to exotic tropical hardwoods. Prefer ceramic tile, but don’t like the cold, hard surface? Check out the company’s luxury vinyl flooring collections with a variety of tile, stone, slate and wood looks – and a soft, warm feel underfoot. Armstrong also offers stylish and easy-to-clean vinyl sheet and vinyl tile floors, and rounding out the offerings, laminate and linoleum floor coverings. For more information visit www.armstrong.com.

Established in 1860, Armstrong World Industries, Inc. today is a global leader in the design and manufacture of floors and ceilings. Based in Lancaster, Pa., Armstrong operates 32 plants in eight countries and has approximately 8,500 employees worldwide. Armstrong, as the exclusive flooring supplier to HFOT, will donate floors for all the specially adapted homes built across the country through 2016. A portion of the sales from the company’s new American Scrape collection will be dedicated to supporting this effort. American Scrape features richly textured hardwood floors, inspired by the beauty of the American landscape, and each floor is made in the USA. Armstrong offers hundreds of floor covering options for people to choose from. Its hardwood floors are available in many popular wood species, from classic oak to exotic tropical hardwoods. Prefer ceramic tile, but don’t like the cold, hard surface? Check out the company’s luxury vinyl flooring collections with a variety of tile, stone, slate and wood looks – and a soft, warm feel underfoot. Armstrong also offers stylish and easy-to-clean vinyl sheet and vinyl tile floors, and rounding out the offerings, laminate and linoleum floor coverings. For more information visit www.armstrong.com.