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Armstrong: Company Unveils New Visual Selector Tool on Website


 

Lancaster, Pa. — Sept. 23, 2015 — Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Systems has unveiled “A Ceiling for Every Space,” a new, easy-to-use visual selector tool on its website that allows visitors to browse hundreds of installation photos to get ideas and product recommendations for their own ceiling projects.

The new addition to the Armstrong website is divided into five categories of projects: “Places to Heal,” “Places to Learn,” “Places to Work,” “Places to Play,” and “Places to Go.” Each category depicts an assortment of spaces common to that type of project. For example, “Places to Work” shows a variety of open office/collaboration areas, private offices, conference rooms, lobby/reception areas, break rooms, and corridors.

Each of the spaces shown in a project category features an array of photos of actual installations along with identification of the Armstrong ceiling in the photo. Each space also includes a list of other Armstrong ceiling products that could be installed in the same type of space.

The Armstrong portfolio of ceilings includes a wide range of mineral fiber, fiberglass, metal, and wood ceiling panels as well as clouds, canopies, translucent materials, and vertical elements such as baffles and blades.

To access the new “A Ceiling for Every Space” visual selector tool, visit armstrong.com/everyspace.

Armstrong World Industries is a global leader in the design and manufacture of ceilings and floors. In 2014, Armstrong’s consolidated net sales from continuing operations totaled about $2.5 billion. Based in Lancaster, Pa., Armstrong operates 32 plants in nine countries with about 7,500 employees worldwide.

 

Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff »   posted on: 9/24/2015


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