Mullican’s Muirfield Collection featured in episodes of A&E’s ‘Flipping Boston’

Mullican Flooring has provided solid hardwood flooring for two upcoming episodes of “Flipping Boston,” a television series on the A&E channel.

The Johnson City, TN-based company supplied the maple cappuccino selection from its Muirfield Collection for both renovation projects. The first episode, titled “Dave’s Demons,” aired Apr. 5, and featured a renovation project in Lynn, MA. The second episode, titled “Stink House,” is scheduled to air Saturday, Apr. 12, at noon EST, and will feature a renovation project in Medford, MA.

The Muirfield collection is a four-sided, micro-beveled product protected by Mullican’s lifetime-warranty finish, CLARITAGE Extra finish by PPG Industries, which offers durability and gloss longevity that exceeds those for other hardwood flooring products.

Mullican’s hardwood flooring products have been featured in three additional episodes of “Flipping Boston” this season: “Desi’s Debut,” “Ticked Off Tenant” and “Trouble and Strife.”

“Mullican Flooring is excited to continue our relationship with ‘Flipping Boston,’” says Neil Poland, president of Mullican Flooring. “This unique opportunity has given us a strong platform for demonstrating why hardwood floors are an excellent option for homeowners and contractors involved in renovation projects.”

“Flipping Boston,” a remake of the previous “Flip This House” series, is in its third season, and features business partners Dave Seymour and Peter Souhleris. The show shadows the duo’s efforts to make renovations in a short time frame in order to achieve a profitable resale of homes in the Boston, MA, area.

More information about “Flipping Boston” can be found at

A leading manufacturer of quality hardwood floors, Mullican ranks among the nation’s top five hardwood flooring producers and operates additional manufacturing facilities in Ronceverte; Norton, VA; and Holland, NY. The company manufactures and sells more than 1,500 products via a network of 40 distributors and 5,000 retail stores across the United States and Canada. For more information about the company and its products, visit

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