Bruce Flooring - The Hardwood Specialists

Company profile and collections



Bruce Hardwood American Originals Grand Canyon
American Originals Grand Canyon
Bruce flooring, as a brand, is unarguably one of the most well-known and trusted in the flooring industry.

Many of us are overwhelmed by the large variety of products on the market; hence some will be asking themselves what is it about Bruce Hardwood Flooring that makes it better than all its competitors? For many it is the affordable sophistication it can give to a room, others are drawn to its luxurious warmth and hospitable air, and then there are the ones that see the robustness and reliability that is embedded in the wood itself.

Bruce hardwood flooring has the advantage in that it has established the knack of discovering and re-discovering practical and functional styles that are primed for not only the present but the future. This is all made possible by the unique grains, patterns, hues and characteristics that come with solid timber.

Bruce holds many core competencies under its stylish sleeve. Although one that has undoubtedly served the company well is its experience within the industry - it has been a learning company for over a century and has mastered skills across the board. Experience has allowed into turn timber into works of art.

Oak is the wood that Bruce first got a name for and is what put the company on the map of the flooring industry. Most companies cannot match the variety and quality of both prefinished and unfinished oak that they offer.

Let this not detract from its other collections - specifically the ones in maple, pine and cherry. If their sheer beauty was not enough Bruce adds further value by fitting warranties to many of its collections. Please Note that warranties vary between collections and the types of finishes used. The most popular collections include: the acrylic based WearMaster range, the Benchmark range, and finally there is the Kensington Collection. Both the Benchmark and Kensington collections are available in either a urethane or wax finish.

All installation methods are covered - that is namely nailed-down, staple-down, glue-down and floating floors. Whichever one is chosen Bruce provides directions for fitting.. All methods are designed to be user / DIY friendly, but if you are in any doubt please contact a professional contractor or interior designer.

To contact the company please find the address below:

Armstrong Hardwood Flooring Co.

Attn: Consumer Solution Center

P.O. Box 3001

Lancaster , PA 17604

If you would like to find an outlet nearby or visit the company's website- www.bruce.com

 

 

 

 

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