LL Flooring, formerly Lumber Liquidators, reported a net income of $31.1 million in the fourth quarter of 2020, an 89% increase compared with its $16.4 million income in the fourth quarter of 2019.

The company’s net sales jumped 11.1% to $304.2 million. With a new name and management, the company appears to be turning a corner from the 2015 formaldehyde scandal that launched a slew of lawsuits and heavy losses that continued for years.

"I am pleased with the progress our team is making on our four strategic pillars: people and culture, improving the customer experience, driving traffic and transactions, and improving profitability,” President and CEO Charles Tyson said in a statement.

Tyson said the company was able to benefit from a continued surge in home improvement projects during the pandemic.

LL Flooring also announced it closed underperforming stores, including all eight of its Canadian store locations and six U.S. locations.

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