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A trusted brand for over a century. Superior quality through exacting precision in the milling process and rigorous inspections featuring up to 75 quality checkpoints. A luxurious selection of design styles, colors, species, and specialty finishes.
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Since its founding in 1985, Mullican Flooring has dedicated itself to creating the highest-quality hardwood flooring in the world. The company’s founders knew the combination of precision milling, advanced kiln-drying techniques and the most demanding inspectors available would result in products that would be unmatched by its competitors.
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Hardwood flooring has been popular for decades—and no wonder! Hardwood is unparalleled in its ability to add warmth and luxury to any room. Manufactured directly from tree lumber, hardwood showcases all the beauty of nature. Unlike manmade products, no two pieces of hardwood will ever be identical, as each tree has its own individual grain pattern.
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Natural beauty and lasting durability. The enduring appeal of hardwood flooring is in its timeless look and the value it adds to your home. Armstrong offers the most choices in styles, finishes, and installation options to fit your taste, lifestyle, and budget. But with so many choices, there’s a lot to think about beyond choosing the right color and wood species. Armstrong takes the guesswork out of the selection process by explaining the important considerations you need to know before buying.
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Jake’s Carpet has been a longtime Bruce Preferred Partner dealer. We carry a full line of Bruce hardwood products as well as Armstrong, Mullican, Chesapeake and our newest Mercier.
Mercier has a wonderful story about North American hardwoods, manufactured in Canada using a 100% pure soybean oil finish. It is the gold standard of greenguard certified. It also carries a 35 year residential warranty!
This comes in solids or engineered in red oak, hard maple, yellow birch, white ash, white oak and american walnut. So many options here, and best of all leaves the smallest environmental footprint.
Choose from solids and engineered hardwoods in oak, hickory, maple, birch. We even have a a few exotic choices if that is your preference. We also sell first quality hardwoods, not cabin grades unless requested.
So if you are looking for a hand scraped, a timber/wire brushed, distressed, wide plank, strip or a nice clean maple we have it!
All of our wood manufacturers if not made or produced in the United States are all Lacey Act certified and Carb II Compliant. We pride ourselves on selling and installing American made products but if we do have a product that is made overseas we make sure that it is compliant in every way.
New Armstrong American Scrape 1/2″ engineered wood installed in our showroom. We chose a walnut in the Apple Seed color and a gray in the Westerly Wind color. We love it!
At Jake's Carpet we believe an educated consumer is our best customer.
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- Mohawk's TecWood floors are the perfect combination of strength and style for all homes.
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- Installing RevWood flooring from Mohawk
- Mohawk's SolidWood in the home makes a rich visual statement but keeps cleanup a breeze.
- Mohawk's RevWood is a revolutionary wood flooring built to withstand real life.
Choosing a floor may seem a bit daunting, especially if you've never done it before. Whether you're a newbie or a pro, understanding more will prepare you to choose the very best floor for your lifestyle, space, and budget.
Many hardwood shoppers don't realize there are two types of wood — solid and engineered. Both solid and engineered flooring add value and structure to your home and are available in plenty of species, stains and styles. So, what exactly are these two types of hardwood and how do they compare? Let's explore.