On Tuesday, the company announced that it will discontinue its Radiant flooring product line and shift the majority of its customer base to flooring made by Floor Bed.
The move comes amid rising pressure from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), which is investigating the company’s mortgage-backed securities and payday loan practices.
“Our job it to make you happy, not make you money,” CEO Brian Krzanich said.
The company will also discontinue the floor bed and carpeting in its retail stores, though Krzanik says he expects to have more floor bed options available in the coming weeks.
He added that the company has plans to expand its home furnishings line.
(The company’s website lists the floor beds, carpeting, bedding, and other products it offers for sale.)
Krzanic said that he was encouraged by consumer interest in the product line, but he didn’t offer any specific guidance.
The CEO also said that Floor Bed will continue to offer its Radiance flooring products at lower prices and that the two will be sold separately, rather than in tandem.
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Floor beds are available in several styles, and some of the styles include a bunk bed, bed on a platform, and even a sofa bed.
These products can be purchased with a variety of different options and features, including a custom made bed base, custom made cushions, and custom designed bedding.
But as a result of the consumer pressure on companies like Floor Bed to lower their prices, some floor beds have been discontinued in favor of cheaper options.
According to the CFPB, the average price of a floor bed has gone up about 17% since 2012, while the average floor bed price in the past year has been nearly twice that of the same time period in the previous decade.
Flooring companies like Staples, Home Depot, and Lowe’s have all announced plans to sell floor beds in recent months.
According the CCPB, these products are typically priced around $200 to $300.
However, these prices are only partially reflected in the actual price of the products, and may vary slightly depending on the brand and brand name of the flooring.
For example, the price of floor bed products purchased from the company floor bed at Staples, for instance, could vary from $300 to $500.
If you want a good floor bed that you can actually use and enjoy, it’s worth paying close attention to how much floor bed prices are on shelves at the grocery store.
(A better deal for you could be $200 or less for a floor-mounted bed, according to the Consumer Reports survey.)
The Consumer Financial Protect Bureau is also investigating whether Floor Bed misled investors by understating its profitability in its latest annual report.
Floorbed’s annual report is also the subject of a lawsuit, and the CSPB has said that it is looking into whether Floorbed misled investors about its revenue and earnings.