Mullican Engineered Flooring / Delamination
Last fall i purchased Mullican Engineered Flooring. After about a month the floor started to delaminate. first a couple of pieces. two weeks later a couple more and then some more. To date i have had 5 pcs replaced and have about 6 more that need replacing now from either delamination or checking. This is a 1/2" engineered floor installed in a home that was built about 1960 on a wood sub-floor. SO all subfloors have been dried from years of heat and AC use. The house has no other signs of moisture issues. Keep in mind i bought this floor last fall, had it installed about 3 weeks after the heat had been turned on. the floor was left in the house a few days before the install to acclimate to the heat. SInce then the heat has been left on and has been set to 69*. Mullican is refusing to fix / replace / refund the floor saying that it is the local conditions that has caused the issue. (note: they have no issues with the installation.) i heat with an electric heat pump, again set to 69 all winter. we have not gone thru any season changes or gone to AC from heat since the install. The house is really no different than any other residence in this area.
This complaint is more of a warning to anyone looking to purchase Mullican Flooring in Delaware. Obviously this flooring is not manufactured to handle residential heat in Delaware. i can not speak for other areas of the country but since my home is pretty much a typical living condition, i would assume it is not made for any residence which may use heat also.