Mannington Laminate Flooring Reviews and Prices 2021

Whether you are interested in hardwood, laminate, or sheet vinyl flooring, Mannington has something for every homeowner. That includes carpet through Phenix and the popular ADURA Max LVP collections. While any of those lines would look great in your home, in this review we are going to tackle the Restoration Laminate flooring collection from Mannington.

Mannington Laminate Flooring Collections

Mannington has taken an unusual approach to their laminate flooring line compared to other manufacturers. At this time, all of their laminate is under the Restoration Collection whereas other companies can have a dozen or more collections.

With that in mind, there are a variety of series inside this collection with a solid mix of rustic, modern, and traditional styles. It’s also important to note that all laminate flooring under the Restoration Collection is water-resistant through SpillShield Plus technology. They only come in two sizes and all their laminate is 12mm thick, so the best way to sort through their laminate is by color and the type of finishing technique used.

The first type of laminate flooring we want to touch on from Mannington are boards with a rustic vibe. They make up about a 1/3 of their overall collection, and largely mimic Oak or Hickory flooring. One exception is Stanton Pine, which is one of the newer styles from Mannington. The planks are inspired by railway ties so they are full of splits, cracks, and knotholes.

Sawmill Hickory Color: Wicker

While only available in three colors, these 7.56” wide boards will bring a rustic charm to any room. Styles like Wicker from the Sawmill Hickory series have a similar vibe with saw marks and knots, while Historic Oak laminate boards feature nail holes and other intentional blemishes. Both of those series have smaller boards measuring 6.1”W x 50.5”L.

Arcadia

Arcadia

All of those laminate collections fall into the rustic category, but some boards are rougher than others. If you really want worn-looking flooring, you’ll want to consider a style from Arcadia. Smoke is ideal if you prefer grey to natural hues while Firewood resembles flooring that looks like it’s been installed for decades.

Other rustic collections from Mannington include Chestnut Hill, Palace Plank, Whiskey Mill, Weathered Ridge, and Hillside Hickory with its unique irregular bevel. Most of the laminate flooring from these collections are 7.56”W x 50.5”L, but there are a handful of series with smaller boards to choose from as well.

Black Forest Oak

Black Forest Oak

When it comes to Mannington’s more contemporary styles, there are some interesting options in their catalog. Black Forest Oak features planks with an optic edge and light wire brushing while the European-inspired Fairhaven 4 provides homeowners with a highly visual style. Blacksmith Oak has a similar style, but with darker hues.

Woodland Maple

Woodland Maple

The Palace Chevron collection lives up to its namesake with three shades of grey to choose from and optic edging. French Oak features embossed flooring in three colors, while the Nantucket series has two shades with an optic edge. Alternatively, Woodland Maple in Mist or Branch has a distinct style compared to the oak-inspired flooring from the company.

Keystone Oak

Anthology is one of Mannington’s more interesting collections, and one of their largest with 5 different colors. This series uses Hickory, Maple, and Oak laminate boards together to create a unique palette for your floor. They also took a different approach with Keystone Oak by using split width boards alongside standard planks.

Haven

The newest series in the Restoration Collection is called Haven, which is designed to mimic European White Oak.  The texturing is kept to a minimum so the focus is on the grain whether you’re partial to colors like Haven or Oat. Like most of the company’s traditional and rustic collections, planks from this series measure 7.56”W x 50.5”L.

The Green Factor

It can be challenging to track down certifications on flooring from some companies, but Mannington makes things easy to find. Every style of laminate flooring is clearly labeled as FloorScore certified, and they have a dedicated section on their official site highlighting their environmental practices.

Their laminate line is made in the United States with a high amount of recycled content and low VOC finishes. Their flooring can work towards LEED credits and is certified to the NALFA standards as well. Even the paper their patterns are printed on uses water-based ink. Simply put, you don’t need to worry about air quality when installing Mannington laminate in your home.

Mannington Laminate Warranties

Compared to other brands, the warranty process from Mannington is straightforward. All of the laminate flooring from the Restoration Collection is guaranteed for 25 years from the date of purchase. Coverage includes any manufacturing defects, fading, stains, or damage to the wear layer under normal residential usage.

If you intend to use Mannington’s laminate in a commercial setting, the warranty drops down to 5 years for “light” commercial usage. Laminate flooring in the Restoration Collection that utilizes the company’s SpillShield technology is covered under the same guarantee, although no warranty is transferable so coverage only applies to the original owner.

Style

Color

Size

Edge

Price

Historic Oak

Charcoal

6.1”W x 50.5”L

Variable/Optic

$3.61 sq. ft.

Anthology

Parchment

7.56”W x 50.5”L

Micro-Bevel

$3.49 sq. ft.

Hillside Hickory

Stone

7.56”W x 50.5”L

Variable/Optic

$3.69 sq. ft.

French Oak

Peppercorn

7.56”W x 50.5”L

Micro-Bevel

$3.49 sq. ft.

Sawmill Hickory

Leather

6.1”W x 50.5”L

Variable/Optic

$3.69 sq. ft.

Mannington Laminate Cost and Availability

If you aren’t a fan of tiered pricing or the good, better, best model in the flooring world, you’ll appreciate how Mannington’s products are priced. Considering all their planks are water-resistant, and they only have two sizes, you won’t find much price variance from one collection to the next. In our research, we found you can expect to pay around $3.50 per square foot on average for Mannington laminate.

Some of the pricing comes down to where you plan to purchase your new flooring. We found Mannington laminate available through large sites like Wayfair along with flooring dealers including Shillings, Flooring Inc, and several other reputable dealers online. The prices may be somewhat cheaper locally, but you’ll need to locate a dealer in your area if you want to compare pricing.

Mannington Laminate Flooring Pros, Cons, and Ratings

Mannington provides homeowners with high-quality flooring at a reasonable price, and we’ve seen a wealth of reviews from happy customers that own their laminate. They aren’t without their drawbacks, however, as they don’t have the widest selection and there are only two sizes in their catalog. On the plus side, all of their flooring is water-resistant and their pricing largely remains the same online and locally.

  • Styles: 3
  • Ease of installation: 4
  • Eco-Friendly: 5
  • Sizes: 3
  • Overall Rating: 3.9

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