Bruce Hardwood

Bruce is one of the older brands in the industry. They have produced flooring for over 100 years and use hardwoods sourced from the Appalachian Mountains. In our review of Bruce Hardwood flooring, we’re going to cover their collections and give you an idea of what to expect from the company in regards to quality, colors, and price.

One of the simplest ways to get a look at Bruce is to browse their site. As they only carry hardwood flooring and accessories to care for your floors, things are easy to navigate. The company has a variety of guides that can help you find the right type of hardwood flooring from your home, and their selection of flooring includes over 300 styles.




Our solid hardwood flooring planks are constructed from a single piece of 100% wood, made in the USA with the finest craftsmanship, and sourced mostly from the Appalachian region (hardwood there is prized for its stability, consistent color and refined grain). Many homeowners are drawn to Bruce® solid hardwood for its enduring durability, the value it adds, and of course, how amazing it looks in their homes. 

 Solid hardwood flooring is one of two types of hardwood flooring we offer. The other is engineered hardwood, which has a layered construction and is also very durable and stylish.




Engineered hardwood flooring has a layered construction. The top of each plank is 100% wood, available in a variety of species and on-trend styles. The core is 5 to 7 layers of plywood, crisscrossed and bonded together. On the bottom is another layer of wood. 

This layered construction brings additional stability to engineered hardwood, making it less likely to expand and shift from environmental changes—and more appropriate for basements and other challenging installations. 

Engineered hardwood is one of the two types of hardwood flooring Bruce® offers. The other is solid hardwood, in which planks are constructed from a single piece of 100% solid wood.

Rigid Core

Rigid core flooring features maximum durability and award-winning design for luxury flooring at its toughest and most beautiful — a perfect combination for active, style savvy homes. 


What is rigid core?

Rigid core is a type of floating floor that clicks and locks into place (no adhesive necessary) and can be installed over most existing hard floors, meaning less upheaval in your home during installation.

An ideal alternative to laminate and engineered hardwood floors, rigid core offers the same realistic look, but with the durability and waterproof qualities of luxury vinyl.



Korlok benefit waterproof


Kid friendly

Pet friendly

Lifetime warranty

Korlok benefit durable


Comfortable underfoot

Korlok benefit Low maintenance

Low maintenance

Korlok benefit Phthalate free

Phthalate free