Mohawk’s “Now That’s Perfect” video contest has officially started. Running through September 1, 2021 and in partnership with the Certified Flooring Installers Association (CFI), contestants are invited to submit videos showcasing how Mohawk’s Performance Accessories products are easy to install for a chance to win a $500 CFI scholarship to use toward certifications.

“The contest kicked off at The International Surface Event, where we met with installers who put our Performance Accessories line to the test,” said David Moore, Mohawk’s senior director of accessories. “Now, we are inviting installers from across the country to participate by sending in videos of themselves showing off their installation skills using Performance Accessories products.”

How to enter:

  1. Shoot a 1:00 video.
    Be sure to explain how products from the Performance Accessories line are being installed to finish the job.
  2. End video by saying “Now That’s Perfect.”
  3. Submit.
    Fill out the submission form here. Then, upload the video to Facebook or Instagram between July 1 and September 1. Tag @MohawkFlooring and #NowThatsPerfect in the post.

The Performance Accessories line is engineered to fit right the first time, eliminate steps and reduce the number of tools needed. Mohawk offers in-store and online merchandising tools, making it easy for retailers and retail sales associates to provide flooring purchases with coordinating accessories.

“We are excited to see videos from real-life installers, whose industry experience and approval is the best review we can get,” continued Moore.

Installers, retailers and retail sales associates can submit videos of themselves installing Performance Accessories products and showing their “Now That’s Perfect” moment. 10 installers will each win a $500 CFI scholarship and participating Mohawk Edge retailers can earn 12,500 bonus points.

Floor Trends interviewed David Moore, senior director of Accessories at Mohawk, who further explained the Now That's Perfect video contest. Watch the interview here.

For more information about the “Now That’s Perfect” video contest, visit’s-perfect.