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What Does FloorScore® Certification Mean?

The FloorScore certification label on a vinyl floor ensures good indoor air quality for a healthier home.

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Versatile design, easy-care maintenance, durability and affordability – its many benefits make vinyl an attractive flooring choice. But you probably didn’t know you can add “environmentally healthy” to the list!

What does the FloorScore label mean to you? 

FloorScore is a voluntary, independent certification program that tests and certifies hard surface flooring and the materials they’re made with are in compliance with stringent indoor air quality emissions. The FloorScore program was developed by the Resilient Floor Covering Institute and is certified by a nationally recognized third-party certification company.

Basically, the FloorScore certification means healthier, cleaner air inside your home. When vinyl floor shopping, choose a product with the FloorScore label to be assured that your new floor contributes to good indoor air quality.

Armstrong vinyl sheet and vinyl tile flooring products all carry the FloorScore label, so you can enjoy peace of mind when you purchase a vinyl product from Armstrong.

You want beautifully designed floors that enhance your home and perform effortlessly year after year. While great looks and durability are key features when vinyl floor shopping, it’s just as important to choose a floor that helps ensure that the air you breathe inside is clean and safe for you and your family.