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Looking for Hardwood Flooring with lasting beauty?

One of the finest lines we carry is Mohawk Hardwood Flooring. It is one of the largest and oldest floor covering manufacturers in the United States. Today, the Mohawk brand name means more than just carpet. Mohawk has an entire family of flooring brands including carpeting, rugs, mats, laminate floors and hardwood flooring. So when you purchase a Mohawk floor you are purchasing more than just a floor, you are also buying from a brand name that American families have trusted for over 120 years.

They offer handcrafted beauty and exceptional quality by using the finest hardwoods and the exclusive CrystalShield™ finish.

Crystalshield™ is Mohawk's exclusive Aluminum Oxide finish for years of lasting beauty and superior protection.

Solid wood floors are offered for those who want the look and construction of 3/4" solid hardwood. These floors come already prefinished which could not be duplicated with a job-site finish.

Engineered wood floors are offered for those who want a real hardwood floor and do not want to worry about the problems normally associated with solid wood. All of Mohawk's engineered floors have a specially formulated, Ultra-Violet cured urethane finish and are offered in the most popular, prefinished colors.

When choosing a Mohawk engineered wood floor you have several hardwood species to select from, including Northern Red Oak, Red & White Oak, Maple, Cherry and Hickory.

Mohawk Hardwood Floors come in both prefinished Solid & Engineered construction and in several different hardwood species. Click to view more details and the colors within a Series.
Or for Selecting your flooring, click on the cross reference guide.

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Installation Guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions:

Engineered vs. Laminate:
In the mid 1900’s when hardwood flooring manufacturers initiated using multiple layers of wood veneer to produce flooring, the process was called laminating. Therefore, the floors were called laminated wood flooring. The name "laminate wood floors" was prevalent until 1994 when European manufactures introduced, what is known as "laminate floors" today. Since most of the laminated patterns were wood grains, the hardwood flooring industry initiated the term "engineered", so real wood flooring would not be confused with laminate flooring.

Solids vs. Engineered:
Solid wood floors are manufactured as one complete piece of solid wood, generally 3/4" thick and board widths are generally 2 1/4" and 3 1/4" wide. The length of the boards may vary from 9" to 72", with an average of 32" long.

Solid wood floors react to the environment in which it is placed. In the winter heating months, the moisture content of the wood reduces causing the floor to contract or leave gaps between each board. In the summer months when humidity enters the wood, it will cause the wood to expand and if there is too much moisture, it can cause the floor to cup.

Solid wood floors are most commonly installed by nailing down to a wood subfloor.

Engineered wood floors refer to products that have multiple layers of wood veneer glued and pressed together. With Mohawk Hardwood Flooring the thicknesses are 5/16", 3/8" and 1/2" and widths are 2 1/4", 3" and 5". Lengths will vary from 12" upwards.

Engineered wood floors have layers of wood veneer that are cross-laminated for dimensional stability. These floors will be less affected by moisture than solid wood floors. Engineered wood floors can be installed on grade, below grade, or above grade – virtually – any room in the home.

Engineered wood floors have several options of installing; nail down, staple down, glue down, and some can even be floated.

Hardwood vs. softwood:
Hardwood is produced from trees that bear leaves (deciduous) and softwood trees bear needles (coniferous).

3 ply vs. 5 ply:
Mohawk’s 3-ply construction consists of all hardwood plys. Each ply is cross-laminated for dimensional stability.

Mohawk’s 5-ply construction consists of all hardwood plys. Each ply is cross-laminated for superior dimensional stability.

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Care and Maintenance:

Mohawk Engineered Hardwood Floors are very easily maintained. No wax, no mess. Simply use Professional’s Choice Floor Cleaner and a specialty terry cloth flooring mop available from flooring retailers.

Step One: Vacuum or sweep your floor to remove any particles that could scratch your floor.

Warning: Vacuums with a beater bar or power rotary brush head can damage a wood floor and never should be used.

Step two: Apply the Professional Choice Cleaner directly to the terry cloth flooring mop, not to the floor.

Step three: Use a back and forth motion with the mop. When the terry cloth cover becomes soiled, simply replace it with a clean one. Cleaning the floor with a soiled cover could cause streaking. The covers are re-usable so simple throw the cover in the wash and dry its as you would any towel.

Tips & Warnings:

  • Vacuum or sweep regularly
  • Remove spills promptly using Professional Choice Floor Cleaner and a clean white cloth.
  • Use felt protectors under heavy pieces of furniture and chairs.
  • Use protective white latex backed mats at all exterior entrances.
  • Spiked heels or shoes in need of repair can severely damage your floor.
  • Never wet or damp mop your wood floors. Water can cause damage to wood flooring.
  • Never use oil soaps, wax, liquid or other household products to clean your floor.
  • The sun’s UV rays can change the color of your floor.
  • Keep animal nails trimmed.
  • Protect your floor when using a dolly for moving furniture or appliances. Never slide or roll heavy
    furniture or appliances across the floor.
  • If your floor becomes scratched or dull repairs can often be made using repair accessories.
    Color or printed product may vary slightly from actual flooring material.


Mohawk's Engineered wood floors carry a Lifetime Structure and Moisture Warranty, a pre-installation warranty, as well as 10, 15, or 25 year finish warranty. See the Mohawk Hardwood Flooring Warranty page for specific warranty details.




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