Mohawk hardwood flooring offers a stunning selection of various wood species, finishes, and styles in order to provide homeowners, architects, and designers alike with optimum design flexibility and choice. Whether you desire warm, inviting comfort or sleek, stately aesthetics, Mohawk hardwood floors will certainly offer something for your décor preferences. Equipped with ScotchGard and ArmorMax technologies, these Mohawk engineered or Mohawk solid hardwood floors will hold up to whatever your hectic lifestyle brings. Paint, mud, and sugary soda mishaps are no match for Mohawk hardwoods, making them an ideal choice for households with active children and pets. Solid and engineered collections are offered to give you the best options depending on installation methods and locations.
Mohawk engineered hardwood floors are great choices for basement remodels, split-level floor plans, and areas such as powder rooms and kitchens. Solid hardwood is recommended if you plan on staying in your home for many years, as it can be finished and sanded multiple times.
Mohawk’s most popular hardwood is the Forest Oaks collection, as the oak species tends to be very versatile in a variety of design applications. The elegance and sophistication of oak shines brightly through this collection, with colors ranging from a tan natural shade to deep red tints. Shabby-chic designers will love the Mohawk Greyson Distressed style, replete with ruggedly rustic knotholes, grain patterns, and natural flaws that bring out the inherent beauty of hickory and maple. If you are a fan of hickory, you will also like the Mohawk Berry Hill collection, which provides both narrow and wide plank options. The vibrant tones of Santa Barbara truly showcase an exciting West Coast flair, miraculously blending traditional styles with unique, lively themes. In addition to the Mohawk hardwood commitment to manufacturing high-quality flooring products, the company has introduced processes that drastically reduce its impact on the environment, more specifically through the reduction of formaldehyde levels.