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Mullican Prefinished Solid and Engineered

Founded in 1985

Mullican Flooring was founded in 1985 along the banks of the Greenbrier River in Ronceverte, WV. Bill Mullican, a Lumberman by trade, sourced locally from the prime timber tracks and started the production of beautifully crafted hardwood floors. His reputation for producing the highest quality hardwood floors quickly spread across the country, establishing Mullican Flooring as the premier brand of hardwood flooring. That tradition and legendary craftsmanship continues today.

Located in the Appalachian Mountains of the Eastern United States, a region well known for its prime, slow-growing hardwoods. These hardwoods produce beautiful, consistent grain patterns that help to enhance color and promote durability. These grain patterns have emerged from a land of rich heritage and tradition. They are testimony to a proud way of life that celebrates a culture of freedom, grit, and strong work ethic.

Flooring is the stage on which life unfolds. It’s about their lives, their families, and their moments. Mullican flooring offers a wide range of pre-finished flooring to choose from. Solid or engineered with a range of colors and species help you pick the floors that best suit your life. It has 8 collections in the pre-finished solid category and 17 collections in the engineered categories.

Mullican just launched two new additions to its prefinished engineered collection;

  • Wexford Kiln-Aged Collection – a new carbonized collection within its engineered wood flooring line. The new collection uses a heat-treating technique to produce a unique color variation and uncover the natural grain patterns of the wood. Carbonization naturally retains the structural value of the wood with a multi-step approach, while creating a rich and natural look that is unmatched. Offering five upscale products, the addition of Wexford Kiln-Aged will distinguish Mullican Flooring from its competitors within the market.
  • Mount Castle Collection – available in both herringbone and wide-plank options. The herringbone products will be sold in 3.5- and 5-inch widths, and the wide-plank products will be offered in 7.44- and 9.45-inch widths. Available in white oak and walnut, Mount Castle is known for its hand-sculpted, wire-brushed, and whitewash finishes.