Bruce Hardwood Flooring

1st Quality Bruce Hardwood Flooring at affordable prices!

Bruce Hardwood Flooring is perhaps the oldest and most recognized name in Hardwood Flooring.  

Bruce's Best Collection styles below, will give you a more uniform appearance in color with less character. The Better Collection will have show a bit more of the natural character and mix of color within the boards the lower you go within Bruce Wood Floor collections the more character you will see. For example, you’ll find the most amount of character, knots, mineral streaks, pin holes, etc. in the Bruce Flooring Good Collection. As you step up in grade, the warranties are expanded and grading is enhanced.

Most all Bruce Engineered Hardwood Flooring can be direct glued down, stapled and also installed using the floating method which rather than being affixed to the subfloor, the boards simply "float." This means easier installation --- adding to the growing list of engineered hardwood advantages.

Lock & Fold is the newest innovation from Bruce Wood Flooring. The Lock & Fold Technology allows for a faster, glueless floating installation. Bruce has made this feature available on certain products in their Turlington collections in 3 IN. widths and 5 IN. widths.


COLLECTION:  Best

Higher grade hardwoods are used for the most consistent color and patterns. Flooring collections from Bruce Hardwood Flooring in their Best Collection are offered with either a 50 Year or 25 Year Alumide Oxide Finish Warranty.

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Solid Wood Construction:

Engineered Wood Construction:

Click-Loc Construction:



COLLECTION:  Good

Bruce Hardwood Flooring Good collection of wood flooring (Value series) is the least expensive wood flooring Bruce wood floors makes and is for applications where real budgets are in mind. Bruce wood floor Good collection may have the most character, color difference and darker mineral streaks along with small knots normally found in wood. Bruce wood flooring Good collection offers a 10-year Alumide finish warranty.

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Solid Wood Construction: