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Bruce Hardwood Flooring

Bruce flooring is made by AHF Products, a leader in American hardwood flooring. The company’s decades of experience in developing innovative products and designing award-winning wood floors explains why Express Flooring is proud to offer Bruce wood flooring.

When you want a classic look for your home, there are numerous advantages to choosing either solid or engineered wood flooring.

Solid Hardwood Flooring by Bruce
With planks constructed in the USA from one single piece of 100% wood—sourced mainly from the Appalachian hardwood known for its consistent color, stability and refined grain—solid Bruce hardwood flooring is a beautiful and durable investment.

You can choose from almost 200 types of planks, grouped into collections that range from as narrow as 2-1/4″ to as wide as 5″, made from red or white oak, maple and hickory in an astonishing variety of grains. Colors include classic brown, dark brown, red-brown, beige and tan as well as distinctive choices like black, red, white, copper, gray and more.

Bruce’s Engineered Wood Flooring
Engineered hardwood flooring looks the same at first glance, but while the top and bottom of each plank are 100% wood, the core is 5 to 7 layers of plywood that are crisscrossed and bonded together. This makes it extra stable, and especially appropriate for installation in tricky areas like a basement.

Whether you prefer the look of traditional, distressed, hand-scraped or specialty wood, you’ll find more than 100 choices including all the colors and species of solid hardwood as well as walnut and birch or yellow birch, with the option of low or medium gloss.

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