The locker room is connected to the weight room which is down the hall from the gym which can also be the cafeteria. Our multi-function flooring solutions work under all kinds of activities. Rubber and vinyl solutions that come in an array of colors, patterns, textures and thicknesses.
ADURA®Flex is a traditional glue down LVT floor which is perfect when you don't want any transition strips from room to room. It's also a great option for homes with open floor plans and with seniors or those with special needs.
Composition tiles provide economic value and a multitude of patterns and quality options to optimize performance across a number of high traffic installation areas. From the original vinyl composition tile (VCT), to vinyl enhanced tile (VET) and solid vinyl tile (SVT), composite tiles are budget friendly and withstand heavy foot and rolling traffic.
As the leader in vinyl flooring, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about vinyl sheet flooring. Discover which luxury vinyl sheet or resilient floor is right for you.
Exclusively designed and curated for Bruce by popular home improvement TV star, Mark Bowe of Barnwood Builders. His inspiration for the line comes from the timeworn character of reclaimed barnwood that he uses to build homes across the country.
With STAINMASTER® PetProtect® carpet in your home, no room is off limits. Family, friends, and trusted sidekicks are free to enjoy life as it happens. Discover room to roam and lose your worries with the ideal foundation for pet-friendly adventures.
Engineered Hardwood flooring is real wood from top to bottom that’s normally made using multiple wood veneers or slats of wood glued together at opposing directions. The word “engineered” just refers to the way in which it’s made. There are many benefits to choosing an engineered product over a solid product–in fact.
As the leader in flooring, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about the laminate flooring options on the market. From an overview on the different options available, to benefits, misconceptions and cleaning tips, take the confusion out of floor shopping by reading this handy guide.
Vinyl planks are taking over the flooring industry, and for good reason! As technology advances, so does the way the flooring we install in our homes is engineered. If you’re weighing the pros and cons of both options, here are 7 reasons why vinyl plank is a better choice than ceramic tile:
When it comes to waterproof flooring, vinyl plank floors are the most popular choice on the market today. Waterproof vinyl planks are available in a variety of colors, styles, and formats, making it easy for homeowners to incorporate this type of flooring into their home. You can find styles that mimic stone, tile, hardwood, marble or concrete flooring, providing you the appearance of a high-style flooring with the durability and added benefit of being waterproof.
Homeowners who desire hardwood floors know that sometimes real wood just isn't a practical choice. Now rooms that are prone to spills and wet messes can still have the look of wood (plus the exceptional performance of a luxury vinyl tile) with Mannington’s new ADURA®MaxAPEX--floors that mix authenticity with durability and ease of care in innovative ways.
As a leader in the flooring industry, Mannington has put together a guide that details everything you need to know about hardwood floors. Whether you’re having a new home built or simply looking to make an upgrade to your home’s existing floors, hardwood is a beautiful, durable option! Before you decide on hardwood, here’s what you need to know.
From bedrooms to living rooms, bathrooms and even smaller spaces like laundry rooms, see how dark colors can elevate the elegance of your home design when paired with just the right flooring, furnishings, and accessories. Discover 7 tips in our blog.
What a peaceful retreat! This bathroom is quite the refreshing space, featuring our Restoration Collection® laminate flooring in Fair Haven—ideal for bathrooms because it includes our SpillShield® Waterproof Warranty. Shown in Color: Brushed Natural.
Now available in stores: our Prospect Park hardwood flooring, shown in Color: Arch. Inspired by the pre-war architecture of New York City in the 1920s, it uses subtle, muted colors and multiple stain layers to achieve the feel of high-end, luxury living.
Vinyl plank flooring is quickly becoming a favorite among homeowners for its ability to stand up to scratches, moisture and more. Discover the other reasons it’s a great choice for your home in our blog, “5 Benefits of Vinyl Plank Flooring”
Now available in stores, our new Carrara luxury vinyl sheet pattern features a 12” marble hexagon, giving it a trendy update on a classic style. This incredibly realistic visual is sure to add luxury to your home. Shown in Color: Pearl.
Anybody up for a road trip? If not, then check out our Anthem Plus laminate. Anthem celebrates the beauty of the great American hardwoods but in a much more affordable laminate option. This laminate features embossed in register texture which means what you see is what you feel. So save some gas and time and explore some of the greatest hardwood looks both sides of the Mississippi!
Want to be bold? This chevron stripe installation of Fifth Avenue oak hardwood flooring gives any space an eye-catching focal point. Case in point: the Newport Cottages space at the High Point Market | The World's Home for Home Furnishings, which was styled by Madcap Cottage. Fifth Avenue comes standard in herringbone planks, making it easier to replicate this chevron installation in your home! #DIY
Tarkett completes the acquisition of Lexmark, reinforcing its presence in the North America hospitality segment
PARIS, FRANCE, October 1st, 2018 – Tarkett, a global leader in flooring and sports surface solutions, announced today it has completed the acquisition of Lexmark Carpet Mills. Paul Cleary, CEO of Lexmark, will join Tarkett as President of the Hospitality business for North America.
SALEM, NJ – September 7, 2018 – Mannington Mills continues to focus on hard surface products as a core part of the business and is committed to bringing the best in performance, design and service across all product types and segments.