Rashanda Wcu
map-marker Columbus, Ohio

Mullican hardwood flooring

Witnin 6 months of having a new Mullican hardwood floor (maple bordeaux), the floor began to chip. Several, well experianced floor repairmen came to evaluate.

All said there was a defect with the stain/coating of the hardwood as no new floor that they have worked with has actually chipped as ours did. We are very dissatisfied with this product and this company.

With a new defective floor, our only option (no-one wants to repair) is to sand and stain. Since the floor is maple wood, most everyone who does this type of work indicate that maple does not hold stain well.

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Get an independant inspection by a licensed flooring inspector on your floor, go to NWFA.org. These people are proffesional flooring experts.

As far as refinishing the maple. is your floor engineered? solid? hand scraped?

Maple can be tricky to stain if you are inexperienced, The NWFA will be able to find a contractor in your area to do the job correctly. Document everything as you go, take pictures.

The seller of this wood should be helping you process the claim. good luck

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