Mullican Flooring was founded in 1985 with the singular idea of creating the highest quality hardwood flooring in the world.
The company's founders knew that a combination of precision milling, advanced kiln-drying techniques and the most demanding inspectors available
would allow Mullican to become the world leader in quality hardwood flooring.
Mullican's exclusive process of making the finest hardwood flooring starts in the Appalachian Mountains of the eastern United States, which are well
known for their prime, slow-growing hardwoods. The lumber is separated by species and transported to one of Mullican's four facilities, where the
company’s solid hardwood flooring is manufactured. These sites are located in Virginia, West Virginia, New York and the company’s headquarters in
Johnson City, Tenn. Each of these locations utilize state-of-the-art machinery, which reduces both labor costs and time, while enhancing the
overall product. This ensures that the customer receives the best quality flooring available.
As an NWFA certified mill, Roberts Wood Products, Inc and Roberts Hardwood Flooring, LLC are products of a long heritage of timber workers. Today,
three generations of the Roberts’ family are directly involved in the day to day operations including: Rick Roberts (general manager), Josh Roberts
(son of Rick, operations manager), and Kerri Roberts-Yarber (daughter of Rick, office manager). Our director of sales, Gerald Roberts, is always
eager to assist with the needs of our valued customers.
The images on television show men with chainsaws felling monster trees, scrambling over acres of logs and braving treacherous weather and terrain in
the remote woods of Oregon. Rick Roberts says shows like the History Channel’s “Ax Men” are dramatic but don’t reflect best business practices.
The key to running a modern logging operation lies in automating wherever possible, buying reliable rugged equipment and replacing it on a regular
basis. He should know. Since founding Roberts Wood Products of Mountain View, Missouri, in 1981, he has grown the company from two employees to 100.
The former forester with the Missouri Department of Conservation now owns 10,000+ acres of timber plus a sawmill, drying kilns and a flooring plant.
The second generation is now taking over, with his son Josh managing the plant and his daughter Kerri handling the accounting work.
The company uses every scrap of wood. After logs are cut and dried, some of the high-grade lumber is made into hardwood flooring. Some of it is
shipped to furniture- and cabinet-makers in the United States and abroad. Lesser-quality wood is converted to landscaping ties and pallets.
Even the woodchips and sawdust are sold.
Hardwood flooring is the value-added way to bring beauty and warmth to your home. Hardwood floors are a great investment, are easy to clean and
maintain, and are naturally safe for the environment. Bruce hardwood flooring is known for being the tough and durable, yet affordable solution for
wood floors. Not only are our hardwood floors strong, but also are gorgeous and pleasing to the eye. You can’t go wrong with a Bruce hardwood floor.
Stumped on how to incorporate hardwood floors in your home? Let us inspire you! Our room design tool lets you visualize a Bruce floor in any kind
of space, or you can check out our flooring design gallery to see different styles and rooms.
Browse our hardwood floors and see for yourself how your ideas can become reality with Bruce hardwood flooring.
Making quality hardwood flooring requires well-trained and dedicated people, modern equipment and high quality lumber, all of which are integral to
Shamrock Plank Flooring. Shamrock Plank Flooring is a part of the Shannon Lumber Group, a century-old timber and sawmilling company that sells only
the highest quality North American hardwoods to discriminating buyers worldwide. The lumber is then graded, cut, molded, matched and packaged by an
expert team who fashion each square foot with pride and precision. The craftsmanship of our planks ensures trouble-free installation and a beautifully
matched floor. A Shamrock plank floor adds timeless, natural and unique character to your space.
Our plank flooring will stand the test of time and satisfy the critical eye of the builder, the architect, the developer and the homeowner alike.
When over a hundred years of hardwood experience is united with unparalleled quality standards, a masterpiece is the natural result.
Browse our selection of unfinished, pre-finished and hand scraped Solid and Environeered Plank floors in Red Oak, White Oak, Cherry, American Black
Walnut, Hickory, Maple and our exotic wood species.
Turman Hardwood Flooring is located in the appalachian mountains of Southwestern Virginia, where some of the best hardwoods in the country are grown.
Turman's unfinished and pre-finished strip flooring is manufactured from these trees.
Our employees are dedicated to the philosophy of producing only quality products at every step of the manufacturing process. Our flooring may be
used in both residential and commercial applications.
In addition to our stock products, red and white oak, maple, hickory and cherry, Turman offers such species as Ash, Wormy Oak and Wormy Maple.
Turman Hardwood Flooring, a subsidiary of The Turman Group was established in 2002 in Galax, Va. We manufacture both unfinished and pre-finished hardwood floors in a
number of wood species. In addition to the flooring operation, in 2005 we began manufacturing Hardwood Pellets, which enabled us to reduce waste and
enter the growing market aimed at alternative renewable fuel sources for home heating. At Turman Hardwood Flooring and The Turman Group we are
continually striving to reduce waste and be the best stewards possible of our natural resources.