Is not uncommon to find companies that make luxury vinyl or carpet alongside their wooden planks, but that is not the case with Mullican. Mullican Flooring specializes in hardwood and provides consumers with beautiful flooring that will last a lifetime while increasing the value of their home.
Mullican is one of the more prolific hardwood flooring manufacturers when it comes to collections. Whereas some companies have a half-dozen series or more, Mullican has over 20 from Aspen Grove to Wexford. While it’s a good way to get an overview of the styles of flooring they carry, there are three types of hardwood flooring you will want to focus on with solid, engineered, and unfinished flooring.
There are well over 100 options to choose from if you are interested in Mullican solid hardwood flooring, but they only come from eight collections. All their planks are ¾” thick with a width of 5” or less including some 2 ¼” boards from the St. Andrews, Oak Point, and Muirfield collections. There are no exotic species available in solid hardwood form, but they do have Hickory, Maple, Red Oak and White Oak.
When it comes to Mullican’s engineered flooring, there are more choices when it comes to style and species. You can find Tigerwood planks from the Meadow Brooke collection, but they also have Amendoim, Cumaru and Brazilian Cherry engineered flooring as well. The thickness on these planks range from a ½” to 9/16” and while there are no boards under 3” wide, there are selections in the 6”, 7” and 9” range. All the domestic species from the solid hardwood lineup are present along with Walnut and Birch.
Unless you choose unfinished hardwood from Mullican, there are a variety of techniques Mullican uses to finish their flooring. If you prefer something simple, you can look for flooring with a smooth finish or choose whitewashed. That’s not an option we come across very often, and definitely one to consider if you are looking for something unique.
Wirebrushed finishes are available as well along with boards that are “hand sculpted” or include saw marks. The type of species used plays a large part in how the finish will look, but they have all the usual alternatives along with a few rarer options. While we did not dig through all of the 200+ styles, aluminum oxide seems to be the most frequently used finish by the company.