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Flooring

Armstrong StrataMax Best Distressed Hickory 12 X3540
 
Approximate retail price:
$3.40
Summary: This model has been tested by our experts.
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Type: Vinyl flooring
About - Armstrong StrataMax Best Distressed Hickory 12 X3540

The Armstrong StrataMax Best Distressed Hickory 12 X3540 is part of the flooring test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, flooring models like the StrataMax Best Distressed Hickory 12 X3540 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Resists foot traffic:
Denotes how quickly surface wear was noticeable after repeated passes with an abrasion machine.

Resists scratches:
Indicates the ability to withstand dragged-object simulation.

Resists stains:
Indicates how resistant the floor is to staining from various products such as coffee, bleach, grape juice, motor oil, tar, and ink.
About This Brand

Armstrong manufactures flooring under the well-recognized brand names Armstrong and Bruce, and the specialty brand Robbins. Armstrong is also the brand leader in vinyl sheet and vinyl-tile flooring, dominating the category with more than 40 percent of sales. The Armstrong brand also includes wood and laminate, a line of linoleum flooring, and has recently added ceramic tile.

Bruce focuses on providing value and ease of installation with its Lock & Fold line of wood flooring. The high-end luxury Robbins line is sold in specialty flooring stores and through special order at select home centers. Armstrong has recently introduced floating engineered wood flooring across all their brands.

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