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About Mohawk Flooring
Mohawk manufactures and sells a full range of carpet, hardwood, vinyl wood-look and tile flooring. Mohawk carpeting is available in more than 300 colors and styles, with options for stain-resistant, wear-resistant or both. The company’s All Pet Protection and Warranty is available on many of its products, including SmartStrand carpet, RevWood Plus and SolidTech vinyl. All Pet Plus adds scratch resistance. You can order samples directly from the company online.
Pros & Cons
- Extensive selection
- Eco-friendly options
- Pet stain-resistant carpet
- Comprehensive warranties
- Installation not included in price
- Only available from certain retailers
Mohawk flooring comes in a comprehensive range of materials, styles and colors. Eco-friendly options, pet stain-resistant carpet, durable waterproof laminate and affordable hardwood set this company apart.
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Mohawk Flooring gave me the advice that I needed on what to look for in a carpet before ordering… The installation was super great. It was installed in the living room and two be...Read full review
I got carpet through Mohawk Flooring for my living room. I had a good experience during installation. Plus, I like the quality of the carpet that was put in. It was thick. Last ye...Read full review
What is Mohawk Flooring?
Mohawk offers multiple flooring options, including carpet, wood and vinyl. One of Mohawk’s most popular items is its SmartStrand Forever Clean carpet, which resists moisture and fading and comes with a pet stain warranty. Mohawk’s other carpet lines include:
- EverStrand is Mohawk’s recycled line and is made from 100% recycled materials. It has an odor-resistant feature.
- UltraStrand is Mohawk’s line of nylon products that are designed for extra softness.
- Air.O is Mohawk’s hypoallergenic line. This carpet is free of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and provides better airflow to release dust when vacuuming.
- ColorMax is designed with vivid and rich colors that coordinate with tile and wood styles.
Mohawk's wood flooring options include RevWood (Plus and Select), SolidWood and TecWood lines. You can shop its wood flooring by color or installation method. Features of each product line include:
- RevWood comes in more than 30 colors and is scratch resistant and waterproof. It includes an All Pet Protection option.
- SolidWood planks are designed from domestic and exotic hardwoods. They come in walnut, oak, maple or hickory.
- TecWood is a low-maintenance flooring option designed to resist contraction and expansion from humidity.
Mohawk also offers vinyl and tile flooring options on its website.
Mohawk carpet pricing
Mohawk natural hardwood flooring typically starts at about $4 per square foot, and carpeting ranges from 55 cents to around $9 per square foot. Vinyl wood-look flooring prices range from $2 to $4 per square foot.
Depending on the retailer you purchase from, you may have to pay an additional installation fee. Financing may be available for qualified customers at participating retailers. Before committing to work with a company, make sure you ask about additional installation fees and financing options.
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Consumers looking for a one-stop shop that showcases a wide range of materials, styles and colors in one place will appreciate the variety of products available from Mohawk. From affordable laminate styles to luxury silk-like carpeting, Mohawk Flooring offers options for all budgets. For families with pets, Mohawk offers an All Pet Protection and Warranty plan on some of its carpet and laminate materials. The company’s flooring is designed for durability and easy cleaning, but Mohawk Flooring does not install flooring or sell its products directly online.
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We saw Mohawk at a neighbor's place and we liked it. We got flooring for a two-bedroom condo and we did the whole house. It looks good. Not only are we pleased with it, but everybody who sees it is blown away. I'm 77 years old and I grew up with hardwood floors. This modern vinyl planking looks so much like hardwood that I'm pleased.
We're building a new house, and we went with Mohawk because our builder recommended them. We had an experience with this particular vendor in the past too. We haven’t ever had any issue. So, we're very happy with it. Our wood flooring is beautiful. It's a good product. The quality can't be beat and the salesman knows the product well.
The loop carpet that I have has strands sticking out of loops after only six months. I had it checked out, they say that is ok. They also said that the Shark vacuum should not be used. So I have a house full of carpet that needs a hair cut if I use my shark. I'm told that is Mohawk carpet.
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The "click" together flooring does not click together or more to the point it clicks together then immediately separates. I can't even find a contractor to do it short of massive labor costs. I bought this flooring as a DIY project, luckily I'm able to return it short of a few ruined cartons. I don't recommend it at all or if you do decide to use it be prepared to pay double the material cost to have it installed because it is not simple in any way and as I stated it does not "click" together.
We had the majority of the floor in our house redone, and we chose Mohawk - SolidTech - Discovery Ridge Coffee House Tan Luxury Vinyl Plank. I chose it because the ratings for Mohawk luxury vinyl looked good. I regret our choice completely. My husband and I live alone in the house, we don't have pets, and we don't have any heavy traffic. We have placed felt protectors on all of our furniture. Despite all of this, there are scratches everywhere. The floor is less than 2 years old, but it looks like it has been here for years. I cannot recommend their flooring, nor will I purchase it again. We previously had laminate flooring in the kitchen and living room, and we never had an issue with a single scratch over 5+ years. This was a huge investment that we'll regretfully have to live with.
Beware of purchasing Mohawk wood flooring. The flooring we purchased is falling apart. The finish is coming off and the wood is chipping off. We contacted the store where we purchased. They filed a claim with Mohawk, who in return sent out an inspector. This inspector spent over two hours at our home running test and asking questions. It is obvious they are trying to refuse the claim. Is this the type of company you want to spend $1000s of dollars with. They do not stand behind their products. I highly recommend finding another reputable manufacturer and save yourself a lot of headaches with Mohawk.
I installed RevWood Plus Laminate Flooring from Mohawk throughout my entire home because of the claims of it being truly waterproof. That is a lie, and the floors cannot withstand any moisture. My entire floor bubbled and swelled. The floor never was abnormally wet other than water splashing on it from doing dishes or normal spills and stuff that is cleaned up immediately. I used laminate-safe cleaning products, and the entire floor is now bubbling. The Mohawk warranty is a joke, they immediately said it was from improper care, which is not true. Then they had an inspector come down and because the report (which by the way is just data and nothing more) didn't say there was a defect they declined the warranty.
I had 5 other flooring companies come in to look at my floor (even another Mohawk reseller) and every one of them said that this floor should not be doing this. That this type of damage should never happen even if I dumped water on the floor and let it sit for hours. They also told me Mohawk is a company that doesn't stand by their customer or their product they decline everything and are difficult.So here is what I learned:
1. Mohawk flooring overall is bad quality flooring and cannot handle any moisture (aka water resistant/proof claims are a lie).
2. Mohawk flooring will warp and bubble if you attempt to clean the floor with any laminate-safe products (even their own), sweep them, or use any cleaning tools- since, to Mohawk, that is improper care and will void the warranty.
3. Mohawk warranty is a ruse.
4. Stay away from Mohawk flooring if you want flooring that will last more than a few years.
Stay away and buy Shaw flooring or another brand. This product is a joke, and it is funny that I see video after video of the same flooring having the same issue, and Mohawk response it the same, improper care. I guess their floor is so fragile that you need special training to clean it properly.
Bought Pergo flooring from Lowe's Home Store in 2015. I was told this flooring was the best on the market and had a lifetime warranty against defects. In 2021 I noticed a chip on a corner of one piece, I repaired it with glue. From January 2022 about 12 pieces have chips or cracks on the top June 2022. I filed a warranty claim through Lowe's. After several inquiries and one which involved an employee telling me I was wasting my time they deny all claims. I sent them pictures of the flooring showing them the wear.
They accused me of first having a dog which I never had and then of over-cleaning which I only used a dry mop once a week and vinegar and water in my wet mob. They also asked if I had any pieces left I didn’t use. I kept all receipts and still filed a claim. Mohawk Flooring contacted Loews telling them, I over-abused the flooring. I am 68 years old and live with my wife. I take care of anything I buy. I sent numerous pictures of the flooring to them of the flooring that was installed. As of today the chipping has gotten worst. At my age now I will have to hire a contractor to install the new flooring costing me twice as much. I just wanted replacement which they refused and refused to physically see the flooring. The employee was right, they offer the lifetime warranty but have never honored it.
Back several months ago, I purchased flooring at Lowe's. We decided on Studio + Spill Repell Laguna Acacia laminate flooring from Mohawk. Shortly after having the floors water was spilled and the seam in the flooring began to swell. I have several places in my bedroom. I contacted Mohawk and told them was was happening. They said it was my floor cleaner. That was not caused by my floor cleaner. These are defective floors and they will not stand behind the water or spill proof. I will tell everyone that sees this in my home NOT to purchase this garbage of flooring.
September 2021 we had National Floors Direct install Mohawk dynamo ancient marble carpet. Mohawk owns 24% of NFD. Less than a year the pattern is wearing and it’s not even like we use room. The stair are high traffic that’s why we pick Mohawk carpet. We were told we had 10 year warranty with Mohawk. For two months I have been bounced back from NFD and Mohawk. Mohawk said in email “we will follow up in 7-10 days." Never heard from them? It wasn’t a cheap carpet either? My husband was shocked he thought Mohawk was a good company?
As we all know Mohawk owns 24% of the Nations Carpet/Flooring Industry and based in Atlanta Georgia. Owning multiple Rental Properties here in South Florida they are my #1 resource for Laminate Flooring as I use a AC 4 Rating Laminate from their RevWood Premium Laminate which can be used in Commercial Properties as well and just Purchased 420 sqft of their Carrolton Harvest Oak for 2 Bedrooms which has a beautiful color and a wonderful Warranty. There's a lot of Laminate out there with names I never heard of but buying from a company that's been around since 1878 I know there won't be problems as I've bought hundreds of square feet of other colors of Mohawk Laminate over the years, worry-free.
Mohawk Flooring owns Pergo Timbercraft vinyl flooring and many other flooring that you see in big box stores like Lowes and Home Depot. They advertise their product with a 10 year or 20 year or limited lifetime warranty against scratching and waterproof and more. The problem is even when you read those warranties and try to place a claim they have departments that single purpose is to try to find any reason to decline the claim.
Now even when you go back to the store you bought it from, such as lowes, who wants to help you but can only file a claim on your behalf, it takes six months of going back and forth, them losing your claims, denying for reasons unknown, asking questions to void the warranty and then when all they do fails because you’ve done everything within warranty (I.e. - own your home, clean w water only, no water damage, no dogs, no abrasive cleaners, send photos, etc. they won’t even send someone they basically say “here is a few boxes but we’re not paying for labor”.
Here’s the kicker. Have you ever tried to pick up a few boards from different parts of the kitchen of a vinyl floor without picking them all up. And then are you able to reuse them. See these warranties look good in the store but buyer beware. Make sure you read the reviews of people who had issues so you know they are there during the good times and not when you need them.
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