Solid and Engineered Bruce Hardwood Flooring

 

 

Number one name in Hardwood Flooring.

Why Bruce Hardwood Flooring? It’s simple Bruce is the most recognized brand on the market. Bruce hardwood flooring is know worldwide with their many styles and designs to choose from. If you are looking for a solid hardwood then Bruce is the leader. Bruce also has many engineered styles to choose from, such as hand scraped rustic or even wire brushed. Check out the selection of Bruce products ad then give us a call, so we can answer any questions you may have

***Due to pricing restrictions from Bruce, we are not allowed to display our low pricing on the main page, however if you proceed with the product to the cart you can view the sale price per square foot from there.  We realize this to be a huge inconvenience to you the shopper so we have a knowledgeable staff ready to help with questions.  Please call us at (844) 498-7444 or e-mail daltonsales@truehardwoods.com*** 

 

 
   
    
   

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It’s also worth bearing in mind that light-stained and light-coloured species of wood are more sensitive to wear-and-tear than dark ones, and therefore require more frequent cleaning and maintenance. For optimal care, ensure entrances are properly designed and have an area for wiping shoes. Below you will find an overview of maintenance requirements for domestic applications. 

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 The classic beauty and enduring quality of hardwood floors makes them one of the most popular flooring options. You may be surprised to learn that do-it-yourselfers can install hardwood flooring themselves and achieve great results. All it takes is the right floor system, preparation, tools, and installation instructions.

Before you roll up your sleeves and reach for your tape measure, ask yourself:

• Do I have the DIY skill level to get a professional look?
• Do I have the time?
• How much money can I save?

If your answers point towards a DIY installation, read on.

Methods of Installing Hardwood Flooring

Bruce hardwood floors are installed using one of three options:

• Nail-down
• Glue-down
• Floating – floor boards are attached to each other, not the subfloor

The installation option you choose will depend on whether you’re installing solid or engineered hardwood. Solid hardwood can be nailed or glued only. You can install engineered boards using all three options, with floating being the fastest and easiest. Carefully consider all your installation options before making your product selection, so you get the flooring system that works best for your needs.

Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood

Milled from a single piece of wood, solid hardwood expands and contracts to changes in your home’s relative humidity and seasonal temperature fluctuations. As a result, solid hardwood floors are recommended only for installation at or above ground level.

Engineered boards are more dimensionally stable and don’t react as much to changes in temperature or moisture, so they’re ideal for below grade areas, such as basements.

How to Install Hardwood Flooring

Start by downloading the installation instructions for your hardwood product. Here is where you’ll find all you need to know about how to install hardwood floors. This detailed manual will provide:

• A complete list of tools and accessories
• Guidelines for setting up your work area
• How to prepare your subfloor
• Requirements for the right underlayment
• Step-by-step installation instructions
• Checklist of trims and moldings you may need for a finished look

Installing hardwood flooring is a surefire way to increase the beauty, comfort, and value of your home.

 
  

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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, Fulton Plank, and Frontier Hickory.

 

 

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