Mullican Flooring’s exclusive process starts in the Appalachian Mountains of the eastern United States, which are known for their slow-growing hardwoods.
Each piece of lumber is pre-dressed to a uniform thickness and stickers are placed every twelve inches. The wood is then stacked and slow dried. Each piece is straight-line ripped to remove any side bend. The most efficient kiln-drying process in the industry is used to maximize the stability and minimize the movement of the wood during the warm and cold seasons. Each piece of wood is automatically checked by an in-line moisture meter.
Mullican’s experienced professional graders inspect every inch of the flooring during each step of the process, so the milling quality and grade of Mullican flooring is consistently of the highest quality.