Mohawk makes one of the largest collections of laminate flooring in prices from about $1.90 to $3.35 per square foot plus the cost of installation supplies.
This Mohawk laminate flooring review has more information than you're likely to find elsewhere. It includes an overview of the lines, their costs and key details like thickness, height and width of the planks.
We've completed full reviews of the other major brands. The summary table of Mohawk laminate and the Mohawk laminate pros and cons section below make it easy to compare the brands you're considering.
Mohawk Laminate Flooring Reviews
There are more details about each line following this summary table.
$1.90 - $2.65
$2.25 - $2.95
$2.50 - $3.35
10mm & 12mm
Mohawk occasionally changes its product lineup, so some of the examples given below might not be found when you shop for Mohawk laminate.
Notes on pricing: Laminate flooring is almost always sold for 25% to 40% below the MSRP. It pays to shop around.
Also, remember that the price per square foot is the cost of the planks only. You might also need underlayment, transition strips between flooring types and additional installation supplies. The "extras" can raise your cost by about $1 per square foot.
Installation is extra too. Hiring a pro installer costs $1.75-$2.50 per square foot.
Mohawk RevWood Laminate Flooring
This is Mohawk's entry-level flooring available in 15 collections, each with 3-15 colors.
The RevWood Carrolton Collection is one of the largest with 15 colors including cool (Hickory Shadow Oak), neutral (Warmed Maple Plank, Natural Maple Strip) and warm (Natural Teak Plank, Toasted Butternut) tones.
The colors range from light, almost washed (Grey Flannel Oak) to rick and dark (Ebony Oak).
This is 7mm flooring with a 20-year warranty for residential use and a 5-year light commercial warranty.
Havermill (11 colors) and Barrington (8 colors) are similar collections to the Carrolton Collection.
Best used: The look of genuine hardwood is beautifully replicated in this line. It is textured with deep graining. It’s an ideal flooring for traditional, casual, rustic and Old Word decorating schemes.
The Artfully Designed Collection in 4 Oak colors has a rough-hewn, saw-cut look in warm/neutral colors like Aged Cabin and Misty Barn. It has a handscraped texture.
Reclaimed Chic (3 colors), Chalet Vista (8 colors) and Wooded Escape (3 colors) are similar.
Best used: This laminate flooring looks fantastic in rustic, country settings and homes with casual decorating.
The Festivalle Collection (9 colors) and Festivalle Plus Collection (4 colors) bring the look of rich Cherry wood to life. The images are deeply grained and embossed for a genuine wood look.
Best used: These are versatile Mohawk laminate lines that work best in homes with traditional architecture, but they could be used in just about any setting.
The Georgetown Collection (4 colors) boasts a contemporary style with a smooth finish. Its offerings include Cinnamon Oak, Sierra Oak Plank and Saddle Oak Plank.
Best used: This is another adaptable laminate collection, but looks best in homes with a contemporary to modern design.
Mohawk RevWood Select Laminate Flooring
This midgrade Mohawk laminate flooring is available in three collections.
The RevWood Select Boardwalk Collective in 10 colors is the largest in the Select Collection. You'll find a good color range from neutral darks to pales with few warm tones. For example, Wicker is dark gray-brown while Silver Shadow is washed gray-white. Gulf Sand is a pale tan, and Bleached Linen speaks for itself.
Planks are 7.5" wide.
Best used: It suits a range of styles, but tends toward contemporary design. As you browse the Boardwalk Collective collection, you'll see it works best with cool and neutral colors like light grays, off-whites and cool blues or light roses.
RevWood Select Rare Vintage offers 9 color options. Most are neutral or cool, such as Ashlar Oak, Sandcastle Oak and Silverstone Chestnut. Warmer colors are Fawn Chestnut and Cedar Chestnut.
The Select Rare Vintage features wide, 7.5" planks for robust, traditional appearance. The boards are 12mm thick for firmer footing. Mohawk says the floor has a Lifetime limited residential warranty. But when you read the warranty, it's actually a 20-year prorated warranty. Buyer beware! Read it for yourself here.
Best used: The look is quite traditional, so it's best for homes with traditional, country and Old World design. It would look fine in rustic settings too.
Mohawk RevWood Plus Laminate Flooring
This is Mohawk's best laminate flooring, and it can be made waterproof.
The name reflects that some of the lines are made in oversize planks – wider and longer than typical. Larger planks mean fewer seams and butts. They also install more quickly, since each plank covers more floor.
The Sawmill Ridge Collection is aptly named. The four oak colors feature wide, open graining. Nomadic Oak and Gingerglow Oak are warm tones. Wheat Field Oak and Mineral Oak are neutral.
Planks are 6.2" wide.
Best used: This collection is popular for installation in homes with traditional, country, rustic and Old World style.
The Southbury Collection features 5 neutral tones in light, medium and dark options. Color names give you an idea of the tones: Buff, Medieval Gray and Gravelstone. Graining is light and contemporary.
The lines are produced in 7.5" wide planks.
Best used: The tones are contemporary, though some of the planks have knots, a more traditional/rustic look. Browse this line and get samples to try around your home to see if it works with your décor.
The RevWood Plus Antique Craft Collection features beefy 9.5" planks in 5 rich colors ranging from cool to warm and light to dark. Colors like Espresso Bark, Soft Chamois and Cotton Knit Oak show significant graining and hand-sculpted textures.
Best used: This flooring is designed for homes where wide-plank, textured wood flooring would be a good fit – mostly classic, country and traditional settings.
The Lifetime limited warranty on the RevWood Plus flooring is actually a 20-year prorated warranty. When a sealant is applied, it also comes with a Lifetime waterproof and Lifetime pet warranty.
Special Features of Mohawk Laminate Flooring
Here are a couple of details that set Mohawk apart from the competitors.
The Waterproof Floor System
Mohawk's RevWood Plus Flooring System is waterproof. The waterproofing is achieved in 3 steps:
A bead of caulk must also be applied at walls to prevent liquid seepage, as shown in this installation video.
This system allows Mohawk to back RevWood Plus with a Pet Warranty against damage caused by pet accidents.
Six Years of 100% Coverage
The Lifetime limited warranty is not prorated for the first 6 years. It is prorated to 90% coverage years 7-10. It then drops by 10% years 11-16 and 5% per year after that until year 20 when it remains at 10%.
Mohawk Pros, Cons and Ratings
How does Mohawk laminate compare to Pergo, Shaw, Armstrong and other top brands?
If having a large selection to choose from is important, Mohawk is a great choice. The diverse range of 100+ styles and colors might even overwhelm you if you have a hard time deciding.
Your options range from low-cost, cheap laminate to premium flooring that should look good for 15+ years.
The water-resistant technology, shared by Pergo, is the best available. When shower spray or water tracked in on shoes sometimes sits on your flooring until it air dries, this flooring can handle it.
Breathe easy with Mohawk laminate. It is GreenGuard certified for low-VOCs and CARB2 for low/no formaldehyde emissions.
The warranty is weak. What Mohawk calls a "Lifetime" warranty is actually just 20 years when you read the fine print.
The only positive about the warranty is that proration doesn't begin until the 7th year. Some brands, including Armstrong, prorate the warranty after the first year.
There are no stone or tile looks, so we give this brand just a 4 rating for range of options.
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