A leader in the wood flooring industry, Bruce Hardwood has been carefully crafting hardwood floors for over 100 years! Bruce has maintained high standards while becoming one of the largest manufacturers of wood flooring. If you're looking for the largest collection of colors and styles, then Bruce Hardwood floors are for you.
If You Want Options, Bruce Has Them!
Bruce offers hardwood flooring in Oak, Maple, Hickory, Ash, Walnut, Cherry, Birch, and Acacia. You can choose from widths ranging from 2 1/4" to 7". There are a wide variety of colors and finishes to suit your personal tastes and the look you want to achieve in your room. You can choose a floor that has an edge profile with a bevel that will make each board look more individual, or you can choose a square edge profile that will make the whole floor look more uniform. It's up to you! Having a hard time deciding? Bruce offers tools to help you find the perfect flooring for every room in your house.
Performance and Durability
While wood floors do require care, you can easily take care of your Bruce hardwoods and maintain your investment. You can clean your floors with a damp mop or use the products available to help you get the most life from your floor. Bruce even offers maintenance and care instructions to get the most performance from your wood floor. Bruce offers several finishes that add to the durability of your hardwood flooring. Permion offers superior wear resistance due to its high level of aluminum oxide. The Dura-Luster finish resists spots, spills, and stains. No matter the floor that you choose, the finish that comes with it will provide lasting durability.
Something For Every Room In Your House
Bruce Hardwood offers solid and engineered hardwoods so that you can cover all your floors, no matter which level of your house you choose to install them. Solid hardwoods can be installed at or above ground level and engineered hardwoods can be installed on any level of your home. Choose Bruce laminate flooring for bathrooms and laundry rooms. Solid or engineered floors can be installed in half baths (with no shower or bath tub) due to less risk from moisture. Your options are endless!