DELAWARE -- I had subject flooring installed in my home and within 12 weeks we discovered that it was becoming discolored. We contacted the store where it was purchased and they pawned us off on Mohawk who also gave us the brush off. Their claim was that the floors discolored because of exposure to light. Well, what home does not have light?
I am light sensitive and the light in my home is extremely subdued and this was proven to an inspector who came to my home. He totally lied in his inspection report and stated that the floors were exposed to bright sunlight. Really? The furniture was in the rooms for 10 years but did not have any fading. Fabric is far more susceptible to fading than hardwood floors but 10 years of light on fabric caused no fading but 12 weeks on Mohawk flooring changed the color of the floors. Can you say bull boys and girls?
DO NOT BUY MOHAWK WOOD FLOORS
CHESTERLAND, OHIO -- We built new home. Upgrade of wood flooring red oak 10 by Mohawk.
1. Flooring looks nothing like the samples.
2. Within a couple of weeks of installation the flooring started bubbling, twisting ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 07/30/2013
VIRGINIA -- We had our MoHawk installed in Sept. 2010. We have contacted Lowes(where the carpet was purchased)in Pocomoke, Md., about our carpet shedding and balling up. They sent a representative by and took samples ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 10/07/2012
Mohawk Doesn't Care
NEW MEXICO -- We built a new home recently and used Mohawk for all of our flooring; tile, carpet and hard wood. We have a concrete slab and ordered/purchased a floating hard wood floor. Our contractor told us that ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 07/01/2009
Problem With Carpeting
POULTNEY, VERMONT -- We had our home remodeled a year ago. We had new Mohawk carpeting installed. The carpeting is still "shedding", like it's supposed to for the first 72 hours after being installed, a year later. I ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/12/2013