Incredible Laminate Deal

Can withstand heavy foot traffic, active children, and pets

Introducing Mohawk's RevWood Plus Craftsman Origin Collection - a beautiful and durable flooring option that combines the classic appeal of hardwood with modern-day technology. Whether you're renovating your home or building a new one, the Craftsman Origin Collection is sure to impress with its exceptional design and superior performance.

  • Water-Resistant Design
  • Dent-Proof Construction
  • Scratch Resistant
  • Ideal For High-Traffic Areas
  • Lifetime Warranty

Product Details


  • SQFT/BOX: 22.56
  • INSTALLATION: Glue-less Floating
  • THICKNESS: 8mm
  • BOX WEIGHT: 35lbs
  • PLANK WIDTH: 7.5”
  • PLANK LENGTH: 54.34”


  • Lifetime Residential
  • 5-year Commercial

Care & Maintenance

Laminate flooring is a popular choice for homeowners because it is durable, easy to clean, and relatively affordable. However, like any type of flooring, laminate flooring does require some care and maintenance to keep it looking its best.

Here are a few tips on how to care for and maintain your laminate flooring:

  • Sweep and vacuum regularly. Dirt, dust, and debris can easily scratch and damage laminate flooring. To keep your floors looking their best, sweep and vacuum them regularly.
  • Mop with a mild detergent. If your laminate flooring gets dirty, you can mop it with a mild detergent and water. Be sure to rinse the floors thoroughly to remove any soap residue.
  • Avoid using harsh chemicals. Harsh chemicals can damage laminate flooring. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, such as bleach or ammonia, on your laminate floors.
  • Be careful with water. Water can also damage laminate flooring. If you spill water on your floors, mop it up immediately. Do not leave water standing on your laminate floors, as this can cause them to swell and warp.
  • Use a rug or mats in high-traffic areas. Mats and rugs can help to protect your laminate flooring from wear and tear. Place them in high-traffic areas, such as the entryway, hallways, and stairs.
  • Inspect your floors regularly. Look for any signs of damage, such as scratches or dents. If you see any damage, repair it immediately.

By following these tips, you can keep your laminate flooring looking its best for years to come.