ADURA®Flex is a traditional glue down LVT floor which is perfect when you don't want any transition strips from room to room. It's also a great option for homes with open floor plans and with seniors or those with special needs.
Prominent in charm and remarkable durability – Famed™ features proprietary Microban® Technology, an antimicrobial protection that does not wash off or wear away. Designed to promote cleaner spaces for your floor, wall and mosaic tile.
Everyone knows carpet feels great underfoot—whether you have two feet or four!—Shaw has developed some carpet benefits you’ll love, and so will your furrier family members. They add up to a healthy, sweet-smelling home for you and your pet.
When it comes to a carpet that truly has it all, look no further than SmartStrand. Where traditional carpets fall short, the innovative fibers in SmartStrand Forever Clean offer unbeatable spill protection, permanent stain resistance and long-lasting durability. Truly a worry-free solution, SmartStrand Forever Clean is the perfect flooring for busy households.
RevWood Plus combines Mohawk’s unique Hydroseal and Uniclic technologies with GenuEdge, an innovative beveling technology that provides enhanced realism and added moisture protection. RevWood Plus is so waterproof, it can be steam mopped.
RevWood Select offers superior waterproof performance. Made with Mohawk's unique Hydroseal technology, which repels moisture, and Uniclic, a glueless locking system that traps water on the surface, RevWood Select is designed to withstand spills and splashes.
As the leader in vinyl flooring, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about vinyl sheet flooring. Discover which luxury vinyl sheet or resilient floor is right for you.
An elegant cut pile construction that is included in our STAINMASTER® PetProtect™ collection of products, Maroon Bells adds style to any décor with its impressive texture and fine finish. Its rich color palette features 14 solids and 14 fleck tones.
New to our STAINMASTER® PetProtect™ collection of products, Teton offers a tonal crosshatch pattern in a sophisticated cut and loop construction. Its color palette includes a beautiful selection of 12 contemporary hues.
A collection that evokes towns where you can go to relax and recharge with natural-looking floors paired with a matte finish. The Dreamville collection, features highly textured floors and rich, natural character woods. The collection comes in Engineered technology with DuraMatt X finish.
With STAINMASTER® PetProtect® carpet in your home, no room is off limits. Family, friends, and trusted sidekicks are free to enjoy life as it happens. Discover room to roam and lose your worries with the ideal foundation for pet-friendly adventures.
Wauwatosa, September 29, 2020 - Bostik, Inc., a world leader in specialty adhesives and installation systems for building construction, recently announced that Eric Loferski has joined the company as Director of...
CALHOUN, Ga. September 28, 2020—Mohawk is partnering once again with Sunshine on a Ranney Day, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that renovates homes for children with special needs, to provide light and greater independence for...
Dallas, TX – September 23, 2020 – With Gensler, a leading global design and architectural firm, serving as the design consultant, Daltile has recently created and launched three new stunning tile lines – My City, Sector, and Flat. The epitome of sophisticated design, these fashion-driven, cement-look lines feature...
Vinyl’s toughness and durability make it the most widely used plastic for building and construction applications such as siding, windows, roofing, fencing, decking, wall coverings, wall protection and base, and floor covering.
If you’re one of the nearly 30% of adults or 40% of children in the U.S. who lives with allergies, you don’t need a doctor telling you how the war against allergens is an everyday, uphill battle. Allergens are everywhere around the house – embedded in fabric, airborne in dust and lying in wait on hard surfaces.
Engineered Hardwood flooring is real wood from top to bottom that’s normally made using multiple wood veneers or slats of wood glued together at opposing directions. The word “engineered” just refers to the way in which it’s made. There are many benefits to choosing an engineered product over a solid product–in fact.
As the leader in flooring, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about the laminate flooring options on the market. From an overview on the different options available, to benefits, misconceptions and cleaning tips, take the confusion out of floor shopping by reading this handy guide.
Vinyl planks are taking over the flooring industry, and for good reason! As technology advances, so does the way the flooring we install in our homes is engineered. If you’re weighing the pros and cons of both options, here are 7 reasons why vinyl plank is a better choice than ceramic tile:
When it comes to waterproof flooring, vinyl plank floors are the most popular choice on the market today. Waterproof vinyl planks are available in a variety of colors, styles, and formats, making it easy for homeowners to incorporate this type of flooring into their home. You can find styles that mimic stone, tile, hardwood, marble or concrete flooring, providing you the appearance of a high-style flooring with the durability and added benefit of being waterproof.
Homeowners who desire hardwood floors know that sometimes real wood just isn't a practical choice. Now rooms that are prone to spills and wet messes can still have the look of wood (plus the exceptional performance of a luxury vinyl tile) with Mannington’s new ADURA®MaxAPEX--floors that mix authenticity with durability and ease of care in innovative ways.
As a leader in the flooring industry, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about hardwood floors. Whether you’re having a new home built or simply looking to make an upgrade to your home’s existing floors, hardwood is a beautiful, durable option! Before you decide on hardwood, here’s what you need to know.