Since its founding in 1985, Mullican Flooring has dedicated itself to creating the highest quality hardwood flooring in the world. The company’s founders knew the combination of precision milling, advanced kiln-drying techniques and the most demanding inspectors available would result in products that would be unmatched by its competitors.
This emphasis on excellence, along with our commitment to environmentally sound manufacturing practices, are the core of what we do to provide you with the finest, most durable solid and engineered wood floors you can find.
Established in the year 1992, Ua Floors is now a leading wood flooring manufacturer in Taiwan.
The new corporate headquarters, completed in 2007, is a 540,000 SF campus comprised of an office building and 4 factory buildings. The production capacity is 1,600,000 SF per month, managed by our highly professional production team to ensure the highest production efficiency and to manufacture the highest quality products.
From humble beginnings in 1980 in the workshop of Mr. Marcel Mercier, the seeds of innovation were planted to revolutionize the finishing process for hardwood flooring. Using experiences gained as a cabinet-maker Marcel worked tirelessly to create a factory-finished wood floor that could withstand generations of footsteps. Advancements in process and materials meant that consumers no longer needed to endure the inconveniences of hardwood floors sanded and finished on-site.
Our mission at Forest Accents is to offer uniqueness and options in hardwood flooring. While that might seem simple in theory, a hardwood floor should be so much more than a flooring surface. It is a means to express yourself (like an artist) to present your specific design statement. Your canvas should start here with Forest Accents because we offer so many options to assist you in your masterpiece. Our hardwoods were chosen for their striking radiant colors and handsome graining and will reflect your taste, your spirit and your style. Choose from our textured floors, domestic smooth floors or exotic smooth floors.
Bella Citta® is a modern revival of an artistic timeless floor crafted after old world European designs. Bella Citta® is offered in a wide array of exquisite patterns featured with beautiful colors and treatments that bring out the true antique look and the beauty of the wood. Bella Citta® gives a room richer feeling and sophistication by gratifying all interior décor styles from vintage to contemporary. Bella Citta floor uses an assortment of different wood treatments to produce our Old World European Designs. Each color in the collection is a uniquely different process to achieve the desired beauty. Our treatments include smoking, carbonizing, thermo treating, color infusing, distressing, wirebrushing, handscraping and the “raised knots” effect. The specific treatments for each floor are defined in the product specification pages found within our website. After our specialized treatments, Bella Citta® floor is then finished with our protective Natural or White Oil that will provide your floor with a sophisticated and natural look that cannot be achieved by an acrylic or urethane finish. The hard oil finish details the natural patina of the wood and enhances the color of the floor. It is simply a natural hardwood floor at its finest.
Ever since we rolled out the first Mohawk carpets in 1878, we've built quality into every flooring product we make. We continue that tradition today with revolutionary product innovation, award-winning design, and a talented team dedicated to outstanding service. We're proud to assemble 100% of our carpet products in the United States—and proud to lead the industry as a trusted brand in flooring.
We take this leadership role seriously: Mohawk invests heavily in environmentally responsible practices, from developing renewably sourced products to keeping our facilities and delivery systems streamlined and efficient. We're dedicated to running our business in the best way we can, and to making a positive impact in our communities.
It's all part of our mission to create innovative products that make life better… and to bring you the best floor possible.
For more than 100 years Kaindl has continued to demonstrate just how innovative a company with a rich history can be. What began as a small sawmill in Lungötz in 1897 is now taking the world by storm from Salzburg with a never-ending supply of new ideas and products.
Read about our history to learn what has happened between 1897 and today.
Welcome to FreeFit....The Future of Flooring. FreeFit Floors combine the best of classic and contemporary design with the latest innovations in material science and manufacturing technology. We provide our Commercial and Residential Clients with the highest quality, most durable, and best-looking floors. FreeFit's unique patented formulation provides a soft comfortable feel when you walk on it that no other luxury vinyl floor can match. Our Team is committed to manufacturing the worlds highest quality flooring that use only healthy and environmentally safe ingredients.
APC Cork understands the environmental and social responsibility that building suppliers have, and we work hard to make sure we are reducing our overall impact by establishing the following policy commitments:
APC Cork will ensure that the supply of raw material does not come from controversial sources such as:
Cumberland Lumber & Manufacturing Co, Inc. manufactures hardwood strip flooring and oak moldings. The company was founded in 1944 and is based in McMinnville, Tennessee.
Strategically located at the edge of the Cumberland Plateau, which contains some of the largest stretches of contiguous forest in the eastern United States, Cumberland Lumber & Manufacturing Company, Inc., based here, is swathed in the varied species it processes into quality Hardwood flooring.
Primarily Red and White Oak, popularly chosen for its beauty, stability, and durability, arrives from various sawmills in the Appalachian area, from across North Georgia, Northern Alabama, middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. After transformation into 3/4 inch solid Hardwood flooring, in 2 ¼”, 3 ¼” widths, and on a limited basis 4” and 5” widths, the product is shipped to Hardwood flooring distributors and builder supply stores throughout the Eastern United States.
The company has made the necessary adjustments over the years due to the economic, market, and industry’s peaks and valleys, yet persists in yielding a consistent quality product, attributable largely, said president, Ray “Buzz” Spivey, Jr. to longevity within a longstanding family-run business.
In 1873, Wisconsin Governor Cadwallader C. Washburn commissioned his brother-in-law, G.A. Buffum, to make a trip down the Mississippi River to find a suitable location for a lumber mill. Mr. Buffum recommended Louisiana, Missouri, because of its desirable trade location, which included easy access to the river and close proximity to the Louisiana and Missouri River Railroad terminals, and the St. Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad Western Terminals.
In December 1873, the fourth railroad bridge to be built along the entire length of the Mississippi River was opened to traffic at Louisiana. With shipments by boat to the north and south, and with railroads for shipments east and west, Louisiana became one of the best distribution points in the Midwest.
In case you’re wondering how LaCrosse Lumber Co. was named, financiers from LaCrosse, Wisconsin joined Washburn in establishing the company, which was named in their honor. Mr. Buffum bought the company in 1882 from the Washburn Estate.
At that time, northern white pine timber was floated down the river on rafts, and was manufactured into lumber at a planing mill located north of Louisiana on the river bank. At the mill, a variety of operations were used to turn “raw” lumber into finished products: intricate wood carvings, created by European immigrant craftsmen, embellished mantels, cornices and door casings.
As the manufacturing facilities grew, and people came for miles by wagon to Louisiana to buy lumber, it was apparent that there was a need for a better way to serve the outlying communities. To accomplish this, retail yards were established in several inland communitities to the west of Louisiana. As transportation improved, the company extended its operation to Illinois.
The retail yards were owned and operated by Charles G. and Frank W. Buffum, sons of the founder. On March 1, 1888, all family interests were pooled and the company was incorporated. In 1910, a corporate headquarters was built for LaCrosse at 200 North Main in Louisiana, and the location serves as its headquarters to this day.
In 1893 Charles Wesley Robinson, Indiana railroad builder and banker, founded Robinson Lumber Company in Meridian, Mississippi. Recognizing the opportunity to export high quality Long Leaf Pine lumber around the world, he soon moved the company to New Orleans, Louisiana.
Robert Gibson Robinson, his son, upon recognizing the declining supply of export quality Heart Pine, began the company’s first foreign manufacturing facility in Nicaragua in 1942 to supply Pitch Pine to Robinson’s customers around the world.
After World War II, Jack, Charlie, and Sam, the third generation of Robinsons entered the business, expanded into hardwoods and began operations in Honduras and Brazil. Now owned and managed by the fourth generation of the Robinson family, the company boasts multiple U.S. locations including the East, West and Gulf coasts plus the superior Appalachian hardwood region.
Robinson now has five locations in Central and South America and our newest, a sales office in Europe. The Robinson tradition continues with expansion into new products to meet the needs of old and new customers alike.
Robinson Lumber Company is now owned and managed by the fifth generation of the Robinson family carrying its traditions into the next century.
A company built on a foundation of professional and personal integrity, honesty and a devotion to manufacturing the finest hardwood products available.
From its humble beginnings with fewer than 12 employees and a small southwest Georgia lumber yard the family owned company now exceeds 210 employees, has operations in two states and ships its products throughout the continental US and international markets. Oakcrest with more than a century of combined hardwood experience truly lives up to its motto “A Tradition of Quality and Excellence”
Qu-Cork is brought to you by Global Market Partners, Inc. (GMP). All Qu-Cork products are manufactured in Portugal under strict supervision of GMP to assure the successful completion of each Qu-Cork Flooring project. GMP's goal is to provide you with the World's Finest Flooring Products.
GMP has a team of experienced flooring experts to provide the customer support, training, and technical support that is vital to the success of each product. Since 1994 GMP has taken the partnership approach with each step in the distribution channel to ensure the mutual success of all parties.
BLC Hardwood Flooring is a manufacturer of unfinished and prefinished solid wood flooring. Its products are sold worldwide under many labels through retailers and wholesale distributors.