Consumer Reviews of Mullican wood floors
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24% of customers recommend
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Date created: 2016-01-29
Name: Deborah Anderson
Location: West Chester, PA
"Don't use it!"
I just had my whole first floor done in red oak, Muirfield Mullican
Hardwood. I thought all the dings and weird scratches were from a bad
install. When the contractor had to come back to replace six split
boards, I had to get another box. When I started looking at my new box
of wood I noticed, polyurethane drips, hammered dings, warped boards and
one board had a big knot that you could see through. Where is quality
control? In 4 weeks I have had it, I have noticed scratches from the
dogs. I just can't look down or I'll go crazy. Lousy product for $20,000!
Date created: 2016-01-14
Name: Lee Warren
Location: Buckhannon, WV
"Think twice before choosing Mullican Flooring"
My wife and I bought 69 cases of handscraped hickory tongue & groove
Mullican flooring from Lowes. Our contractors culled just shy of 10 full
cases of bad boards from this batch prior to installation. Not a
typo... Yes 10 entire cases of unusable boards! After having more
issues after installation with the flooring Mullican refuses to stand
behind their product by blaming everyone other than themselves for
manufacturing their flooring. Think twice before purchasing Mullican
flooring. From our viewpoint, you will be sorry, I know we are!
Date created: 2015-11-11
Location: Oklahoma City, OK
"San Marco Flooring"
I installed the San Marco Dark Mocha throughout my home. They look
beautiful when clean, but the dark color shows every bit of fur/dirt
from my family and pets. I purchased this style because of the "hand
scraped" look in hopes of concealing minor bumps and scratches over
time, but unfortunately my dogs toenails have scratched them pretty
badly. The scratches are more of indentions into the wood than deep
scratches that require filling. They are very noticeable in certain
light, but still, we will never be able to fix this issue as they are
glued down. I would consider this wood "soft" and not nearly as durable
as Mullican indicates. If I could do it over again, I would research
types of wood more seriously and find something much more durable.
Date created: 2015-09-05
Name: Captain John
Location: Tillamook, OR
Absolute garbage. 3.5" engineered T&G natural maple. Even the short
pieces are not square and bowed at least two ways - E.G. they don't fit
together. Our installer (31 years in the trade) quit, said he can't make
it work and could not be responsible. Fortunately, our supplier will
take it back. Also, cartons from the factory were ripped and broken.
Stay away! Did I mention it is garbage?
Date created: 2015-07-13
Name: Delbert Dalton
Location: Groveport, OH
We started looking for hardwood to do our entire first floor of over
1200 sq. Ft. After a month of researching hardwood flooring
manufactures, we felt confident that we would be buying a floor that
would last and spent 7200.00 on Mullican's Murrfield 3 1/4 - 3/4 solid
hardwood in Autumn Maple. Needless to say, it all went bad from there.
Our installer laid a little over 300 sq ft and we noticed that about
every 3 to 4 ft. The floor squeaked, cracked, popped and moved. Our
installer actually stopped installing because of the milling issues as
he didn't want to be responsible for putting in a bad floor. The owner
where we bought the floor came out and inspected and agreed the floor
was milled improperly and paid my installer to tear it out. You would
think that it gets better from here! Well now... on to the second
problem. We were upgraded to Mullican Chatelaine 4 inch 3/4 solid hand
scraped. Again our installer put down about 300 sq. Ft. This time, not
only did we have the same popping, cracking and squeaking, but
additionally had gaps in the wood so bad that you could see the toung in
the wood. Estimating I would say there were gaps as wide as 3/8. So
again the installer stopped installing. The owner inspected and the same
conclusion was reached, Poor Milling and quality issues! I have to say
the local owner of the flooring distributed has been great in making
sure the flooring is replaced. We ended up with a brand called Sheoga
which has been absolutely wonderful. However, we essentially have been
without our house for the past three months. As I said, the local owner
has been great, but so many hidden cost that we have incurred as well as
loss of use, inconvenience and frustration. Our home was built in 2004
and the subfloor is not bad in case you were wondering. The bottom line,
I thought I did proper research on Mullican and really thought we were
getting a good product. This is the worst flooring product I have ever
seen! Avoid the problems and do not but this wood. I can only imagine
what would have happened had the Mullican reps been involved. You are
better off buying 3.00 Bruce from your local Home Depot!
Date created: 2015-03-05
Name: Lynne Merkel
Location: La Mirada, CA
"Don't buy Muillican: Horrible quality & poor customer service!"
We bought Mullican Hickory Natural engineered wood and actually had to
pay an additional premium for the quality. The wood is nothing like the
samples: not in quality and even not in color. Instead of a tan/brownish
tone we now have yellow/orange/pinkish tones. In addition there are ugly
black marks all over; not knots. Now looks like some with tar on their
feel walked all over our flooring. We have had numerous "reps" come to
check into it and now 6 months later... No word at all from them. Do
not buy. Will not be anywhere near the beautiful samples they provide!
Date created: 2014-10-02
Location: New Jersey
"Mullican flooring is a rip off"
Spent lots of money on 5" wide engineered White Oak for 1600 sq ft. I
would say that almost half of the product was not acceptable. Received
all colors - red, shades of brown, white (as in paint). I understood
that there would be some variance in shades - although the large sample
board at the distributor had none. However, the variances were
significant in shade, and in quantity - the first part of the floor
looks terrible. I had to yell at the installer, and then go thru all the
boxes by hand. Then I had to buy extra to replace what I could not use.
Do not buy this brand - it is a pure rip off.
Date created: 2014-10-01
Name: M. Leake
Location: Rockaway Beach, Mo.
We installed Mullican Brazilian Cherry hardwood flooring in our new home
fall of 2012. Beautiful floor with tight fit. Had a cat on it sliding
and playing for several months prior to having it declawed and no
scratches can be seen. There is approximately 800 square feet of this
flooring in our home great room. This floor sees more traffic than any
other flooring in our home and we have had no issues with fit or finish.
Date created: 2014-08-22
Name: Five star
Location: Las vegas
"Missed milled knots all the way threw wood"
Just installed 2,000 square ft in dance room Of. 3/4 thick 2 1/4 wide
second grade flooring. I have been a contractor in the wood flooring for
35 years. Owners are so unhappy with the poor quality Of flooring that
come first of the week it's getting tore up and replaced with and not
with Mullican that's for sure.
Date created: 2014-08-07
Location: Portland, OR
I installed 1500 square feet of Mullican Autumn Maple 5" planks in my
home. We did an addition and partial remodel. The finish on the product
is terrible as it doesn't stand up to wear and tear and the number of
scratches are ridiculous. I am thinking of removing the floor and
replacing it. What a waste.