Mullican Flooring to be Featured on HGTV’s “Brothers Take New Orleans”November 11, 2016
Mullican Flooring to be Featured on HGTV’s “Brothers Take New Orleans”
November 11, 2016 at 2:28 PM
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. ― Mullican Flooring has partnered with Scott Brothers Entertainment as the exclusive hardwood flooring provider for their newest HGTV show, “Brothers Take New Orleans,” which debuted at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23. The next episode will air at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
“Brothers Take New Orleans” is a new four-episode series featuring twin brothers, business partners and co-stars Drew and Jonathan Scott. Drew is a seasoned real estate agent, while Jonathan is a licensed building contractor. Drew and Jonathan have co-hosted several popular television shows on HGTV, including “Property Brothers,” “Property Brothers at Home,” “Property Brothers at Home on the Ranch,” “Buying + Selling,” and “Brother vs. Brother.”
The new show shadows the duo as they challenge one another to a residential renovation competition on a dilapidated two-unit, double-shot gun home in New Orleans, Louisiana, that suffered extensive storm damage from Hurricane Katrina. With a timeline of four weeks and a budget of $100,000, the duo will compete to restore the historical home to its original beauty.
A leading manufacturer of quality hardwood floors, Mullican recently renewed its commitment as the exclusive hardwood flooring provider for HGTV’s top-rated show, “Property Brothers,” following a successful ninth season that showcased products from a number of the company’s hardwood flooring collections.
“Mullican Flooring is delighted to extend our partnership with HGTV to this new series,” says Neil Poland, president of the Johnson City, Tennessee-based company. “We are honored to participate in the ongoing, positive transformation of the New Orleans community. Mullican has a history of assisting communities with their relief and rebuild efforts following a catastrophe, and we’re pleased to play a role in the continued rebuilding of this extraordinary city.”
The show’s first episode, “Welcome to The Big Easy,” features a residential renovation project that includes the installation of engineered hardwood flooring from Mullican’s new Mount Castle Collection. On Jonathan’s 1,298-square foot side of the home, viewers are introduced to the 9/16-inch thick Mount Castle Oak Ivory, while Drew’s 1,227-square foot portion features the 5/8-inch thick Mount Castle Oak Natural.
The Mount Castle Collection highlights today’s flooring trends of wider boards and textured surfaces. Constructed in 9/16- or 5/8-inch thicknesses, and available in 7.44- or 9.45-inch widths, the Mount Castle Collection includes a dozen oak and walnut selections. The collection’s hand-sculpted and wire-brushed surface treatment options create an elegant and distinctive appearance. Protected by Mullican’s Alpha A’Lumina Real World Finish, this collection carries a 25-year warranty.
Visit www.hgtv.com/shows/brothers-take-new-orleans for more information about “Brothers Take New Orleans.”
Mullican Flooring ranks among the nation’s top-five hardwood flooring producers. In addition to the Johnson City facility, the company operates additional manufacturing sites in Norton, Virginia; Holland, New York; and Ronceverte, West Virginia. 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. Visit www.mullicanflooring.com for more information about the company and its products.
More about Mullican Flooring
Founded in 1985, Mullican Flooring is known for its diverse range of products and for introducing the hardwood flooring industry’s first solid hardwood products that carry a lifetime moisture warranty.
The company is a charter member of the National Wood Flooring Association’s Responsible Procurement Program and has achieved multiple certifications to demonstrate its support of proper forest management. All of Mullican’s domestic products are allowed to carry the “verified sustainable” seal of the Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers, Inc.