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Mullican Castillian Engineered wood floors

Posted by piu007 (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 18, 13 at 10:16


Anyone have experience with this? We're thinking of the oak coffeebean or oak natural. It will be in our highest traffic areas in a new build: open living/dining/kitchen/playroom. The looks are distressed and rustic. We're a family of 3: Dh and I and a 2 yo. no pets.
What is their quality? customer service, etc...
We're in FL, so engineered is the way to go.
Many thanks,

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RE: Mullican Castillian Engineered wood floors

Have you gotten samples? I know nothing about this brand, but I have received some seriously horrendous samples - the cheapest, junkiest stuff you can imagine.

When I receive a sample, I beat it up. I scratch it, leave water on it, etc. We are still unsure of what wood flooring we are going with. We are in FL, too, so it will be engineered & the first floor will mostly be wood except for the bathrooms & mudroom.. Our GC really is pushing us towards site finished white oak, though I am still waiting for some more samples to arrive. I know my family is going to be tough on the floors for a while until the kids are a bit older, so this hasn't been an easy process for me.

RE: Mullican Castillian Engineered wood floors

Hey piu, I'm also looking at Castillion flooring. Did you ever find any reviews of this product? I'm having a hell of a time :)

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