Congoleum has been manufacturing innovative resilient flooring since 1886, solidifying its role as a resilient flooring expert in the industry. The only flooring manufacturer in the U.S. that solely products resilient flooring, Congoleum has become one of the most advanced and knowledgeable manufacturers of commercial and residential resilient flooring.
A commitment to design, quality and innovation is evident in all of Congoleum’s resilient flooring products – a commitment that Congoleum has been perfecting for over 125 years.
Congoleum Resilient Flooring
Congoleum resilient flooring is state-of-the-art, stylish, durable and versatile. Over the past 125 years, Congoleum has developed several patents, which have resulted in flooring products that are truly unique, allowing the company to set itself apart from the rest of market.
Resilient flooring, also known as vinyl flooring, provides both durability and style, making it a favorite of many homeowners and businesses. Congoleum is a leader in providing the best in resilient flooring, with products specifically engineered to meet customers’ lifestyles.
Resilient flooring options in a large variety of colors and styles means you can enjoy all the benefits of Congoleum resilient flooring while adding a beautiful touch to your home or commercial space. Congoleum’s design team is dedicated to staying ahead of marketplace trends, constantly improving designs and providing the most attractive resilient flooring on the market.
Sustainable Flooring, Made in the U.S.A.
Congoleum is proud to manufacture sustainable flooring, the majority of which is produced here in the U.S.A. Congoleum has a long history of supporting American workers and jobs – their resilient sheet products have been manufactured in the Northeastern U.S. since 1886, and their tile and plank products have been made in Trenton, New Jersey, since 1947.
Not only are many of Congoleum’s resilient flooring products proudly made in the U.S.A., but they’re environmentally sustainable as well. Congoleum has made large strides over the past 125 years to reduce the environmental impact of their manufacturing processes, adhering to a corporate environmental policy and taking steps such as utilizing recycled and reclaimed pallet lumber in their products.