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Armstrong captures Consumers Digest Best Buy rating

Armstrong's Performance Plus hardwood
Armstrong’s Performance Plus hardwood
Armstrong Performance Plus hardwood
Armstrong Performance Plus hardwood

Lancaster, Pa.—Armstrong Flooring received the prestigious Consumers Digest Best Buy rating for four of its products in the engineered hardwood and vinyl categories. The company is the only flooring manufacturer to have four of its products recognized with individual awards including a clean sweep in the vinyl flooring category.

Performance Plus hardwood, Duality Premium Plus vinyl and StrataMax better and best sheet vinyl have been categorized as “exceptional values” with the Consumers Digest Best Buy rating. Recipients of the Best Buy rating are selected based on quality of construction, range of style options and exclusivity of species or design.

Consumers Digest was founded on the premise of arming consumers with the knowledge needed to buy with confidence,” said Joe Bondi, senior vice president, North America, residential at Armsrong Flooring. “As a benchmark of quality, recognition from Consumers Digest underscores the design, durability and performance of our innovative flooring lines.”

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Crossville’s Bluestone named 'Consumers Digest' Best Buy

Crossville, Tenn.– Crossville’s Bluestone tile collection has been named the Best Buy Premium Selection in Flooring by Consumers Digest. The March/April issue features the magazine’s exclusive best buy ratings for affordable kitchen makeovers.

Consumers Digest Best Buys in flooring were selected based on quality of construction, range of style options and exclusivity of species or design. Crossville’s Bluestone collection was recognized because of its vast selection of color and sizes. “When combined with its four colors and eight designs, this tile line carries the largest lineup that’s available,” stated the magazine review.

In addition, Consumers Digest noted that Crossville has been leading the way in the tile industry in developing size and design options during the last three years. The company now has 71 options in 24-inch tiles, with 51 of those designs introduced since 2010.