Armstrong Hardwood Flooring
A trusted American classic, Armstrong hardwood is truly stands on its own in a world rife with options. Setting the industry’s standards for solid and engineered hardwood, Armstrong is renowned for its endless options. With so many different styles and looks to choose from, Armstrong features the latest performance technologies and timeless craftsmanship.
At Medallion Carpet One & Paint we’re proud to be an authorized Armstrong dealer, making us your final destination for all of your hardwood flooring needs. With a variety of different Armstrong styles on display in our Deerfield Beach, FL showroom, we trust you’ll find the perfect planks to bring your vision to reality. One of our most popular options is Tigerwood, an engineered hardwood floor that’s dense and sturdy enough to go below, on, or above ground thanks to an incredibly durable urethane finish. Its exotic patterns and medium gloss level makes it an asset to all types of settings.
Sturdy, sustainable, and eternally stylish, Armstrong hardwood flooring products are always harvested from sustainably-harvested hardwoods, resulting in precise planks that add ongoing value to your home, while being gentle on our planet. Each plank is carefully fashioned using a single, solid hardwood piece, which can be refinished as the years pass. Whether you prefer a look that’s trendy or traditional, Armstrong solid hardwood has your ideal style.
Crafted in multiple resilient layers, Armstrong engineered hardwood is manufactured flooring made from what Mother Nature provides, yet armed with added daily weapons against wear and tear. Tough and ingenious, Armstrong engineered planks are also incredibly soft and comfortable to walk upon thanks to a supportive plywood core. Engineered flooring –unlike its solid counterpart- can be installed below grade and is made to manage some degree of moisture. Armstrong’s engineered flooring takes this yet a step further with its unique composition that fares fine over radiant heating and cooling and concrete subfloors.