Flooring sample. Brand: Bruce. Flooring SKU: BXH1351. Name:
Natural Choice™ Strip 2.25" Solid White Oak in Butter Rum/Toffee. Construction: Hardwood Note: This quality item is custom made for your order. Unfortunately, this means that we cannot accept returns once ...
Great service...hard to find and you filled our need. Arrived on time. Billed and delivered as hoped. We were matching some flooring that we put in a couple years ago and it matched exactly. WeGreat service...hard to find and you filled our need. Arrived on time. Billed and delivered as hoped. We were matching some flooring that we put in a couple years ago and it matched exactly. We appreciate the hard work this company put in to find this product for us. Thanks"..."Read more
Easy to install, looks great and I hope it will perform as well as it looks.
- Avelino in Pinehurst, NC
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Staple Hardwood Flooring
Flooring is installed using
staples. The flooring is affixed
to the subfloor using staples.
Staples are used when the
flooring is thinner.
Float Hardwood Flooring
Flooring is isntalled with a
float or floating method. This
method does not require glue,
nails, or staples.
Glue Hardwood Flooring
:Glue Hardwood Flooring
is installed with glue or
Nail Hardwood Flooring
:Nail Hardwood Flooring
is installed using nails. The
flooring is affixed to the
subfloor using nails. Staples
are used when the flooring is
Hardwood Flooring is installed
with a method called locking,
click, or lock and fold, that
connects flooring to each other
without the need for glue on the
edges or ends. The boards lock
together via a tongue-and-groove