AHF Products, a manufacturer of hard surface flooring for residential and commercial interiors, announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire two West Virginia sawmills to augment the supply of lumber to AHF’s Beverly, W.V., solid wood flooring manufacturing facility.

Under the agreement, AHF will acquire assets related to Allegheny Wood Products' (AWP) sawmills in Smoot and Norton. The two mills combined will supply 25 million board feet annually.

“The purchase of these two sawmills is a wonderful and smart investment. It helps ensure lumber supply for our Beverly, W.V., plant and it is essential to our customers and employees who rely on our supply of hardwood flooring,” AHF president and CEO Brian Carson said.

Jake Loftis, chief operating officer of AHF, says the mills provide the company with direct access to a high-quality timber supply, which will provide “more than 20% of the required supply at full capacity of flooring production.”

“We are excited to add this capability to AHF and operate the mills at a capacity that will positively impact people and these two communities,” Loftis said. “It’s another key step to ensure AHF’s success now and into the future. It is a winning situation all the way around.”

AHF Products manufactures solid hardwood flooring products at Beverly under the brand names Bruce, Hartco, Robbins, and Capella.