Dogwood® Densified Hardwood Flooring

Love Your Floor As Much as Your Dog™ with innovative, virtually pet proof flooring!

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Embrace the Gentle Touch of Engineered Stone Flooring

Experience Comfortstone™. We’ve combined durable engineered stone construction with designs influenced by nature to create a floor that offers a perfect balance of beauty, comfort, durability, and low maintenance.

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Visualize Flooring Options in Your Home

Our flooring visualizer is easy to use. Just upload a photo from your phone to the Bruce Room Designer to instantly envision our range of hardwood and engineered hardwood flooring colors and finishes in your space. Try it today!

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Enjoy the Time-Honored Tradition of Solid Hardwood Flooring

America is built on Bruce hardwood floors, a staple for 140 years. Our solid hardwood flooring is available in over 200 styles with traditional, distressed, and hand-scraped finishes. We craft our hardwoods from popular domestic species, including hickory, maple, and oak. Many come with lifetime warranties.

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Engineered Hardwood Flooring Offers Flexible Installation

Engineered hardwoods let you install wood flooring where solid hardwoods have concerns. They deliver water-resistant performance, making them excellent for basements and kitchens where moisture can be a concern. Plus, you can install engineered wood as a floating floor for maximum flexibility.

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Wood-Look Flooring Options

As a pioneer of hardwood flooring, Bruce® now offers wood-look LVT. So you can enjoy the beauty of hardwood flooring with added scratch resistance and waterproof performance. You can choose from LVT and rigid core vinyl flooring with the same great looks as hardwood. And you can install it anywhere in your home with confidence, even bathrooms.

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Get Valuable Insights on Hardwood Flooring

Is Wood Flooring Good in Kitchens?

You have lots of flooring options — vinyl, luxury vinyl, laminate, stone, tile, and concrete. So, why choose solid wood flooring?

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Dive into Waterproof Wood Flooring

The most significant advantage of waterproof wood flooring is that you can finally use hardwood in places never possible. That means spaces like bathrooms, laundry rooms, basements, and sometimes kitchens.

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Types of Wood Flooring

If you’re a homeowner looking to update your flooring, knowing all the various types of hardwood flooring is worthwhile. Each has pros and cons, depending on where and how you want to use the flooring.

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