Already have a flooring design in mind? Or maybe you're just beginning to explore the types of floors available. Either way, you'll find Armstrong offers inspiring flooring choices and great possibilities. Take a look at some of the flooring design options to fit any room, budget or lifestyle.
When you're ready to buy flooring or have questions for your Armstrong retailer, you should plan ahead to make the most of your visit to the flooring store. Follow the helpful tips in this video so you're prepared when the flooring salesperson asks, "Are you looking for any floor in particular?"
In this video, you'll learn about the costs to consider when planning the budget for your flooring project. Our online floor estimator tool will help you figure out the total flooring cost - including the costs for sub-floor removal and installation. To get actual flooring prices, we recommend that you visit your local flooring retailer.
This video will help you decide which flooring installation method is right for your room. Whether you are planning to install your new floor yourself or hire a professional, Armstrong can help. If you decide to complete your own flooring installation, check out our DIY Flooring Installation Center online to learn about the skills and the tools you'll need. If you are going to hire a professional flooring installer, visit your local flooring store to find a certified Armstrong installer who is specially trained to expertly install any Armstrong flooring product.
Armstrong floors are made to last - with proper care. Get floor care tips and learn about Armstrong's floor care products in this video. We also recommend that you protect your investment by registering your floor online. This way, if you have any issues with your floor while it's still under warranty, we can identify and resolve the issue more quickly.
Learn how to install a Bruce or Armstrong floating floor yourself. This video shows step by step instructions with a 3/8" Bruce Lock & Fold floating floor being installed in a basement. Using a Lock & Fold floating hardwood flooring installation is the easiest and fastest hardwood installation method out there.