Johnson City, Tenn. ​​-- Mullican Flooring will provide flooring for an upcoming episode of Treehouse Masters, a television series on Animal Planet. Treehouse Masters follows Pete Nelson and his team of designers and carpenters as they build private escapes for those with a passion for nature. ​The treehouses range anywhere from multi-bedroom spaces to single-room lofts, and many include electricity and appliances; some even feature functional plumbing.

Mullican will provide flooring from the company’s Nature collection for an episode in Newfane, Vt., that will conclude the show’s current season. This is not the first episode to feature Mullican products this season. Earlier this season, the Treehouse Masters team built a two-story skybox for Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The new space, with amenities like a jacuzzi shower, wet bar and a wall of windows, featured flooring from Mullican’s Dumont collection.

“We are delighted to once again partner with Treehouse Masters in an effort to help more people truly connect with nature,” said Neil Poland, president of Mullican Flooring. “Here at Mullican Flooring, we are dedicated to conservation and sustainability, and it is an honor to work with others who share the same love for our natural resources.”

The Tennessee-based company begins its manufacturing process in the Appalachian Mountains, which are known for their slow-growing hardwoods and beautiful, consistent grain patterns. Mullican Flooring operates additional production facilities in Norton, Va.; Holland, N.Y.; and Ronceverte, W.V.

For more information, visit www.mullicanflooring.com.