Mirage is a flooring manufactures that specifically specializes in hardwood flooring. Mirage is a made-in America company, both designed and manufactured in North America. They pride their products in being synonymous with quality, beauty, and durability.
Mirage takes pride in the quality of their hardwood. They have been recognized over 30 times for their outstanding product quality by industry professionals from Floor Covering Weekly and Floor Covering News. Mirage is also a sustainable company and has adopted a progressive approach to sustainable development instead of s “green program”. They have put in place recycling of wood and waste, reduced consumption, forest preservation, the use of VOC and formaldehyde free finishes, and much more.
Mirage has one goal: to make the best hardwood flooring. They recognize that purchasing a hardwood is both an investment and plays an important role in home décor. Because they want to be a brand homeowner’s trust, they form partnerships with dealers like us at Brother’s Carpet One.
Mirage classic is a 100% solid hardwood product. They can be nailed or stapled over a wood subfloor, are exceptionally durable, and offer classic and timeless beauty. Since they are solid hardwood floors, the classic collection can be sanded and refinished up to five times.
Mirage engineered is real wood over a hardwood plywood base. They can be glued down, stapled, or nailed over a wood subfloor. Micro-V joints on all four sides of the boards prevent the buildup of dirt and dust. They also come in assorted lengths for a unique look and easy installation.
Mirage lock is real hardwood boards with a high density fiber core. No nails, staples or glue is required, and they can be moved and reused from room to room, or home to home. The boards interlock with one another due to Rightlock™ technology.
Learn more about Mirage Hardwood Floors by visiting our Brothers Carpet One showroom in Hackensack, NJ and speaking with one of our flooring professionals.
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