1. Mohawk Industries: Mohawk offers a wide range of flooring options, including carpet, hardwood, laminate, and luxury vinyl.

  2. Shaw Floors: Shaw is known for its diverse selection of carpets, hardwood, laminate, and luxury vinyl flooring.

  3. Armstrong Flooring: Armstrong is a well-established brand offering various types of flooring, including hardwood, laminate, vinyl, and linoleum.

  4. Tarkett: Tarkett provides a range of flooring solutions, including vinyl, linoleum, laminate, and sports flooring.

  5. Mannington Mills: Mannington is known for its high-quality hardwood, laminate, and vinyl flooring options.

  6. Karndean: Karndean specializes in luxury vinyl flooring that closely resembles natural materials like wood and stone.

  7. Lumber Liquidators: This retailer offers a variety of hardwood, laminate, and vinyl flooring options at different price points.

  8. Pergo: Pergo is a brand recognized for its pioneering work in laminate flooring and has expanded into other flooring types as well.

  9. Bruce: Bruce, a subsidiary of Armstrong Flooring, is known for its hardwood flooring products.

  10. Quick-Step: Quick-Step is another reputable brand in the laminate flooring market.

  11. Coretec: Coretec is a popular brand for luxury vinyl plank flooring, known for its durability and water resistance.

  12. Emser Tile: If you're interested in tile flooring, Emser Tile offers a wide range of options, including porcelain, ceramic, and natural stone tiles.

  13. Daltile: Daltile is a well-known brand for various types of tile, including ceramic, porcelain, and natural stone.

  14. Florida Tile: Florida Tile is recognized for its ceramic and porcelain tile products, often with unique designs and patterns.

  15. Crossville: Crossville is a brand that focuses on high-quality porcelain and ceramic tile options.

Length: 48
Width: 7
Thickness: 5 mm thick (including 1.5 mm cushion)
Wear Layer: 12 mil / UV-Cured Urethane
Install Type: Click Floating Floor (on, above or below grade)
SqFt / Box: 28.4 ft


— Used as a transition from wood to carpet, sliding glass doors, or areas around fireplaces.
— Frames all flooring projects and covers expansion gaps next to walls.