Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ladyrush Maple floor
For the most part I must say I love this floor it is very pretty. Also very easy to Stcrape you have to careful at all time.
May 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Wayne A Really Beautiful Floor Despite a Couple of Small Quality Control Issues
Our maple hardwood floor came out great. We had to watch carefully as we installed because a few of the planks were just not cut square on the ends. There was a surprising amount of variation in the width as well, considering that we understood this to be a top-quality product. There were also a few handling scars from where someone in the factory apparently just got careless.
But, a handful of bum boards in over 400 square feet of flooring isn't that bad, and most of the time we could trim the end and then use that board at one end of a row. Only a very few were worthless.
The stain and clear finish were consistently well-done. Board thickness was consistent, as were the tongue and groove interfaces. We followed instructions for sub-floor preparation and installation and came out with a beautiful squeak-free final product. We had ordered one box more than the calculated minimum to cover our floor, so we didn't worry about setting aside the shortest boards or any that had questionable spots.
June 30, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mom365 Perfect! Just what I wanted.
The floors look and feel great! Install was done professionally. I'm very happy with the purchase and look!
January 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Alex terrible
I don't recommend maple hardwood floors The material is very soft every time if something falls it have a dent on it . my dog runs and you can see deep scratches. it just terrible. it makes squeaky noses I guess the connection not tight enough. oak is much harder surface.
February 4, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by contractor 3/4" bruce flooring and special trim & 3/8" Bruce Engineerred flooring and special trim
The 3/4" Bruce flooring was installed on stairs as an upgrade to carpeted stairs. The quality of the materials was good and there were a few damaged pieces. The fitting of the pieces (T&G joints) was average with some mis-manufactured pieces that had to be discarded. The installation of flooring on stairs is somewhat less expensive than prefinished stair treads - but much more labor intensive and difficult to install due to the variation in the flooring pieces. The 3/8" engineered flooring was of good quality and most of the snap together pieces preformed as advertised. The color match was close between the 3/4" flooring at the 3/8" engineered flooring. Overall I was pleased with the final appearance of the job - but the manufacturing of the flooring could have been better.
September 23, 2014