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Made in the USA Floors

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The Golden Sycamore and Keith Scott Morton, Country Living; Mannington

As the 4th of July nears, homes are getting their seasonal patriotic punch-up both inside and out. For homeowners looking to embrace the American spirit year-round, that’s easy to do with Mannington’s “Made in the USA” floors. 

100% of our sheet vinyl floors are manufactured in New Jersey. Likewise, 100% of our laminate floors are made in North Carolina. Upwards of 90% of our hardwood floors are created in Alabama and North Carolina, and more than 80% of our luxury vinyl floors in Georgia. With literally hundreds of flooring types and designs to choose from, there’s something for everyone and every home.

Where to start? Here are four “Made in the USA” floors whose names also bring to mind iconic images of American life.

Niagara Falls State Park, Mannington

Inspired by the rushing waters of one of nature’s most stunning landmarks, Niagara luxury vinyl sheet flooring is a captivating travertine look with realistic detail and beautiful color variation that create the illusion of subtle movement underfoot.

Black Hills Badlands, Mannington

With rich sediment hues, realistic shaling and texture, Adura® Rushmore luxury vinyl tile is a bold slate lookalike that delivers the beauty of the rugged terrain and landmark for which it’s named in an easy care way.

Nantucket Island Chamber of Commerce, Mannington

The soft colors and beautifully distressed texture of Nantucket laminate conjures images of naturally weathered wood found along the shore in seaside towns like Nantucket, Massachusetts.

Mannington, Better Homes & Gardens, Philip Friedman forStudio D, Country Living; R. Kennedy, Visit Philadelphia

Walnut is the most cherished of all hardwoods in the United States. That makes Mannington’s American Walnut hardwood flooring, with its classic color palette and handsome grain, as all-American as barbecue, burgers and fireworks on the 4th of July.

For over 100 years, Mannington has been making floors in the USA. And although we’re now one of the world’s largest fine flooring manufacturers, we’re still headquartered in Salem, New Jersey, and remain dedicated to making floors right here in the USA.