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EarthWerks introduces new products for Surfaces 2013

EarthWerks is known for industry-leading luxury vinyl tile (LVT) innovation in the flooring industry, and this year’s Surfaces show in Las Vegas is no exception with 50 new SKUs being introduced.

“Some offer LVT, we are LVT,” said Jonathan Train, vice president for development at EarthWerks. “Our decades of LVT experience has paid off very well for our brand and our customers, and this year we’ll be showing 21 new EarthWerks plank and tile SKUs including handscrapes, travertine and other exclusive designs, all now available for our Choice Display. This display has really given retailers great flexibility in choosing just the right combination of products for their local areas.” Continue reading EarthWerks introduces new products for Surfaces 2013

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EarthWerks expands with Abraham Linc

FCNews Volume 27/Number 12, October 22/29, 2012

HOUSTON—Thanks to distributor Abraham Linc’s expansion into Virgina, Maryland and Delaware, EarthWerks luxury vinyl plank and tile is now available in these markets. “We’ve had a great relationship with Abraham Linc for many years,” said Amy Sadler, EarthWerks’ national sales manager, “and look forward to having our full line represented.” Continue reading EarthWerks expands with Abraham Linc

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Luxury vinyl tile takes charge

by Louis Iannoco

As technology has allowed manufacturers to become more innovative than ever, one flooring segment that has benefited arguably as much as any is luxury vinyl tile (LVT). Its state-of-the-art designs allow suppliers to make the surface of the finished product consistently mimic the real thing. But, according to executives, this is just one of the many reasons why this segment is enjoying growth in both sales and popularity. Continue reading Luxury vinyl tile takes charge

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Surfaces shows it’s not your grandmother’s flooring

by Celia Payne

Call it retro, call it a throwback, but resilient continues to gain market share. What once may have been considered an outdated, cheaper alternative to the “real deal,” consumers are seeking ways to integrate the versatile faux looks into every part of their home. Continue reading Surfaces shows it’s not your grandmother’s flooring