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We can help you find your ideal Mullican hardwood floors.

How do you plan to install your flooring?

What colors are you interested in? Select all that apply.


Choosing the right color for your hardwood flooring is a big decision. We recommend considering a few key color factors.

First, take the size of your room into consideration. Small rooms, or those with low ceilings, flourish with light-colored flooring, creating the feeling of more space.

Second, the color of your hardwood flooring should complement the color of your furniture or walls. The overall design will be most successful if the colors contrast and complement each other well.

Lastly, consider how the color will appear different under various lighting such as natural light (both day and night), fluorescent, or warm lighting. If needed, take a sample home to help you make your decision.

Afraid you'll get tired of your color choice? No worries, both solid and engineered hardwood options can be sanded down and re-stained again.

What style are you going for? Select all that apply.

Where will you install your flooring? Select all that apply.


Did you know that the location of your floors can make a difference in which material you should choose?

Below grade
Below grade spaces, like a basement, can often have higher moisture content or humidity. So if you plan to install your floors below grade, choose an engineered hardwood. Mullican offers a wide variety of beautiful engineered hardwood floors, handcrafted to last a lifetime.

At or above grade
Spaces at grade or above grade are great for solid hardwood or engineered hardwood, bringing the warmth and beauty of genuine wood to your home. If you’re installing solid hardwood, just remember to acclimate the product in your space for at least 5 days before installation.

What type of subfloor do you have? Select all that apply.


There are a few standard ways to install your Mullican hardwood floors. The best way may depend on your subfloor. Your subfloor is the foundation of your flooring and can vary depending on its location in your home or dwelling place.

Before you begin, we recommend keeping a few things in mind:

  • Acclimate your hardwood flooring for at least five days prior to installation
  • Purchase all the materials needed to finish your project at one time (including matching trim and molding)
  • Mix up the hardwood flooring pieces from box to box for a more uniform appearance across your floor
  • Always read the installation instructions thoroughly
  • When in doubt, call us for help before you install

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