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Consumer Reviews of Mohawk wood floors
Popularity:#35 of 44 brands of wood floors
28% of customers recommend
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Date created: 2014-09-19
Name: Lam nguyen
"Bad hardwood flooring"
I bought this Mohawk hardwood floor from Lowes. This is the worst floor I bought. My advice for you if you want to change floor make sure do not buy this hardwood special from Lowes. Whole entire house unlevel. Can not even clean. Take 2 months before someone from Mohawk to come down to see. I hope they replace for me? So if you want to change your floor make sure hardwood floor from Mohawk Cary by Lowes! Watch out... in Ottawa Canada.
Date created: 2014-09-08
Name: Lam nguyen
I spent 8000.00 for my entire house. I got the most worst hardwood floor I never had in my life. Do not get them from Lowes, bad service.
Date created: 2014-08-08
Name: C. Tattory
"Maple solid hardwood floors in Barrel"
I waited 10 years to put in my hardwood floors. We spent over $9,000 on Mohawk ArmorMax solid hardwood floors and couldn't be more dissatisfied. The finish on these floors is so plastic-y and it makes the floors look like cheap laminate. They scratch easily and are impossible to keep clean. They smudge from just about anything. If someone walks through with or without shoes, there is always a mark which I have to literally scrub (not wipe) clean. Our latest issue is that there are some little bumps that are creeping up in the finish. The bumps are in the exact same spot on the boards and they appear to be little bubbles which I am afraid will peel. Very, very unhappy and disappointed. I feel like I destroyed my home. I put this cheap-looking product throughout my entire downstairs. Just looks horrible.
Date created: 2014-07-28
Name: Never again
"Warranty is Worthless"
Our Mohawk bamboo floors are rotting under our feet. They are not doing anything about it since it's due to subfloor moisture, but that is an area on their warranty. Jack's Carpet isn't any help, either, although the warranty was brought up as a selling point initially.
Date created: 2014-04-04
Name: Brenda O'Neal
"Manufactured hard wood"
Bought a new home in 2006 installed hardwood throughout. In about a year I noticed what looked like peeling within the grooves, the color completely disappearing in some areas and scratches. (I do have dogs). I contacted the installer, who then had an inspector come out, who said there was nothing wrong. After all this time I am still angry about it. I hate these floors, and hate looking at them. I had Bruce hardwood in the past and never experienced any problems, not even a scratch. What 25 year guarantee? No more Mohawk anything for me.
Date created: 2013-12-17
Name: T. D. Carlson
"Mohawk's handscraped engineered flooring"
We installed Mohawk's hand-scraped engineered flooring. Within 3 months there were pieces for the wood breaking up. We contacted the dealer and they sent a Mohawk adjuster out. We were first told it was the installer's fault (no way) and then that our house was to dry for their hardwood. Please be sure you are covered by the dealer before you buy this flooring because Mohawk will not stand behind their products.
Date created: 2013-12-07
Name: H. Jordan
"Avoid Uniclic Floor it delaminates; Mohawk has poor service"
We built our new home last year and selected a Uniclic floor. Floor looked gorgeous. 9 months after installation, floor began to delaminate and bubble. We contacted the seller (Executive Flooring in Tampa). After waiting a couple of months for a result from Executive we sent an inquiry to Mohawk customer service. That was 60 days ago. Mohawk has never contacted us back, floor continues to delaminate. We finally contacted the seller again, Executive Flooring told us that we could hire someone to come out to assess the floor damage. Mohawk guarantee is void because floor was cleaned too much. (It was cleaned weekly as per Executive Flooring instructions.) Poor service. Poor product - stay away from Mohawk. Avoid Executive Flooring in Tampa Florida
Date created: 2013-10-01
"Don't buy from Mohawk"
It is started cracking 3 months after it was put in. My installer Joe's Flooring is not cooperating. Our claim was denied and the inspector was hired by Mohawk. They said inconsistency in humidity. I guess you have to have your air on 24/7. Who doesn't have a little humidity in their house. Joe's said I would have to put in another Mohawk floor in and I do not want it in my house. I also see that the sample color was different then what I received in the boxes. I will never get a prefinished floor again. I will deal with the smell.
Date created: 2013-09-14
Name: S. Spent
"Film separating from Wood"
I bought the Mohawk flooring from Lowes in March 2013 and had it installed a week later. Within a few weeks the wood began to split. Then the shine coat has begun to lift off each plank of wood. The wood is coming away from the walls and other transition areas. I called Columbia flooring and they seem quite nice on the phone. They sent an inspector to my home to inspect the wood. He did not give a nod or wink as to the problem... He acted like a driving inspector. Since his visit I have seen further lifting of the coat on the wood. I hope I am satisfied with the outcome of this claim. So far I am very troubled given the outcome of my hard work and expense. September 2013
Date created: 2013-09-08
Name: C. P.
I installed an entire house of the hand scraped dark flooring. It is engineered. I find that the final product is terrible. Before we took possession, we filed a complaint with the builder. He tried to cover the floor with paper but it did not work. He insisted that the finish was soft. Based on that, I filed a warranty claim with Mohawk. The flooring distributor agreed as they could scratch it with their finger nail. Since it keeps scratching. The local office has been good and agrees that the finish seems soft but the warranty department refuses to agree with the claim.