Where is Mohawk Industries Corporate office Headquarters

Mohawk Industries Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 160 S Industrial Blvd, Calhoun, GA 30701, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 706-629-7721

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: mohawkind@mohawkind.com

  • Number of Employees: 40,000

  • Established: 1878

  • Founder: N/A

  • Key People: Jeffrey Lorberbaum (Chairman & CEO)

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Mohawk Industries Headquarters Executive Team



William Christopher Wellborn

President, COO & Director

Frank H. Boykin

CFO & VP of Finance

Brian M. Carson

President of Flooring-North America

About Mohawk Industries, History and Headquarters Information

The company was founded in the year 1878. The company has been operational for more than 141 years now. The main aim of the company was to sell floor covering products for both commercial and residential applications in North America and Europe. The company was initially started in Amsterdam, New York. The company was incorporated in the year 1902 as the Shuttleworth Brothers Company. The company changed its name to Mohawk Carpet Mill in 1920 when it merged with other companies like Crouse, McCleary and Wallin. In 1956, the company merged with Alexander Smith Inc. to form Mohasco Corporation. The company was acquired by MHS Holdings in 1988. In the year 1992, the company became a public limited company. Headquarters: 160 S Industrial Blvd, Calhoun, GA 30701, USA.

Mohawk Industries is an American company which mainly focuses on providing the best floor covering products for residential and commercial purposes to its clients and customers. As of 2017, the company had around 38800 employees working under it. The company has Jeffrey Lorberbaum as its current Chairman and CEO. In 2013, the revenue generated by the company was approximately $8.1 billion.

Mohawk Industries provides its services on various types of floor covering products which include soft flooring products like rugs and carpet, hard flooring products such as hardwood flooring, ceramic tile and natural stone, luxury vinyl tile, laminate flooring and also sheet vinyl tile as well.      

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  • Diane Replogle says:

    I am an interior designer from the Lancaster, Pa area and am building a condominium in the York area. I am hoping to get a small sample of a carpet called Satorini in the color called Felt Hat. It is difficult to receive a sample of this style and color-but this particular style has been ordered by me through the builder. With Covid being an obstacle, is it possible to receive a sample direct from Mohawk industries? I am in need of this to complete the selection of finishes in the home due to be ready by August 1st.
    Can you please send me a sample to work with?

    Diane G. Replogle

  • Eric says:

    I finally had to get new carpet this carpet was falling apart and had holes in it where it was wearing through the you could actually see the padding that was not even a 2-inch pad (like worthless cardboard).

    Let me go back and tell you how Bruce Cohen at OC carpet scammed me why buying a carpet he sold me a Mohawk carpet that was truly nice for beach house but when I started seeing nails pop through and feeling Nails on my feet as they pop through the carpet I figured I would call them their answer was sure We can definitely call in an independent inspector who will be able to tell what’s going on and what would be covered under warranty BUT this was NEVER done.
    I was waiting for them to contact an independent inspector but instead they told me to send them pictures, which I did.

    Again i wrote to Bruce Cohen the Better Business Bureau,Chris Williams the owner of the store and Roger Harris the customer service rep for Mohawk carpets, even after all the pictures months of letters and tries to get the warranty or OC Carpet to help. Nothing ever was replaced. OC Carpets offered to credit me $1000.00 BUT only if I bought a $5000.00 carpet thorough them (a company that screws customers with cheap carpets that falls apart, doesn’t honor there own warranties and salespeople that have no ethical and moral values and are so corrupt to say the least)
    I further wrote and let the Air Force to let them know so they can keep other disabled veterans from dealing with this company, it just seems shocking that someone like Bruce Cohen, Chris Williams and Rodger Harris from Mohawk customer service can be allowed and licensed by the state to make it a point to take advantage of any customers with their worthless products that fall apart over a very short time.

    As a 15-year disabled veteran for them to scam me and screw me over is not something that should be allowed in United States their integrity and honor to commitment to the customer fall short and shows the kind of corrupt sales people and there lack of morals, ethical and integrity and towards others.

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