Bruce Hardwood Floors
Solid and Engineered Hardwood Flooring
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At Dalton Wholesale Floors, we believe that Bruce Hardwood Floors continues to be an industry leader in the hardwood flooring marketplace. That's why we try to provide the best possible pricing on Bruce Flooring. We carry the full line of both engineered and solid Bruce hardwood flooring. If price is of concern, check out Bruce's Springdale Plank with a 3 mm wear layer. It's priced to move for first quality product. Note that we do not sell cabin or tavern grade products. Below are Bruce's products and a buying guide. If you have any questions, please call and we'll be glad to assist you. Styles are changing with new designs such as handscraped or hand distressed and Bruce is bringing these products to the market at great prices but with the same quality Bruce is known for. Pricing is very competitive with most brands especially on the hand distressed products. Bruce is still known nationwide for their soilds such as Dundee Plank and Fulton Plank.
Bruce Buying Guide
Bruce hardwood flooring can be separated into several different categories. This information can be used to guide you through your purchase of a Bruce floor. First you'll need to decide between engineered Bruce hardwood and solid Bruce hardwood flooring. That decision can be made by looking at a couple of home site conditions and then looking at your personal preferences. If your home is on a concrete slab you'll have to go with an engineered product or a 5/16" solid, which comes in the Natural Choice and Natural Reflections collections. The engineered collections are vast and we'll discuss them in detail later in this information section. If you're on a wood subfloor then you can go with either Bruce solid flooring or the engineered Bruce hardwood. Another thing to consider is the temperature changes and humidity changes that occur in your climate. If you have huge temperature and humidity changes and you want to go with a wide plank then engineered flooring may be the better choice for your home.
First, let's discuss Bruce's engineered line and all of the products that are available. If you're looking for an engineered oak you have several choices from Bruce. . If you would like a little thicker product Bruce has several oaks in 3/8" thickness. The best price on a 3/8" x 3" engineered oak is the Springdale Plank. Bruce Springdale comes in five colors to suit your design needs. The most popular engineered oak collection is by far the Bruce Turlington Collection. The Turlington collection comes in several widths and species.
Dalton Wholesale Floors is an authorized Bruce Hardwood dealer. Just follow the link below and use our zip code 30103 to locate our showroom. Bruce Dealer Locator.