Leaders of the Manor Township-based manufacturer have said the division will allow each company to sharpen its focus without having to compete against the other for corporate resources and attention. For additional information on the product lines of Armstrong vs. Mannington, ask the friendly flooring professionals at Just Around The Corner; serving Chesterfield, Ballwin, West County, and throughout the St. Louis area, they will be happy to guide you through the decision-making process.
Cork began being displaced by other closures , but the company introduced insulating corkboard and brick In 1906, two years before he died, Thomas Armstrong concluded that the solid foundation of the future was covered with linoleum , and construction began on a new factory in a cornfield at the edge of Lancaster, Pennsylvania In 1909, Armstrong linoleum was first offered to the trade.
David, naturally by email alone no one can say with certainty whether or not a floor tile contains asbestos, but if your flooring matches one of the ACM floor tiles we illustrate here, AND if you are confident about the age (as you suggest) most likely it is an asbestos-containing product.
I’d bought Robbins flooring several years ago via Lowe’s – Robbins was evidently subsumed at some point by Armstrong and the Customer Service people told me that the corresponding product has been changed, effectively meaning that what I needed could no longer be gotten.
Mannington hardwood flooring is known as a premier engineered hardwood flooring manufacturer, offering diverse wood flooring styles in 3″ to 5″ wide engineered wood floor planks that can be direct glued, stapled down or floated over most all subfloors using the Mannington underlayment pad options and Mannington Flooring MegaGlue.