Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ir0nheart somewhat questionable quality
While this is called gunstock in color, the available trim is true gunstock while this is darker in nature. The grain is black and the background is darker than the other gunstock we have installed. I also had trouble with this either shifting after gluing or twisting after gluing and taping in place. Others of this nature I have installed, including Copper Kettle cherry distressed did not have this problem.
January 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Poolside Absolutely Beautiful !!
This was installed as a Floating floor and with ease. It has made my kitchen look brand new. With a box of leftover I've to do my bathroom too. I would highly recommend.
April 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Honestguy Blisters and cracks!!
I had these hardwoods installed from Home Depot. I have always used Bruce hardwood cleaner on them. When I called Bruce to warranty them they claimed I must be cleaning them wrong? I explained I have different hardwoods in other rooms in my house and use the same cleaner? No problems or issues with those hardwoods? I would stay away from these and choose another manufacturer.
December 15, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Glenn Looks great and easy to install
Flooring looks great. Out of the initial 5 boxes I found one piece that I couldn't use. (part of the first layer of ply was missing on the bottom). Great variation in grain and stain and the distressed aspect is very attractive. Stapled the floor down gives is a nice solid feel and sound.
July 1, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Neekster Good looking. Tung and groove. Does not lock
love the look of the distressed oak. Surprised to find that it is just regular tung and groove. I still floated it, just had to glue all joints. Nice price and free shipping.
August 24, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DickandTess What a difference a new hardwood floor makes!
Twenty years ago we installed an engineered oak floor during a remodel. We saw exactly what we liked and were willing to pay more for the knots and twists and turns in the wood grain. Much to our surprise, we were looking at the lowest cost, cabin grade (seconds or thirds) flooring. After my father (a retired carpenter) and I installed it ourselves, we admired our handy work. The complements we received for the gorgeous detailing in the floor made us quite proud we choose the highly figured wood.
Now living in a new home, we went looking for something similar to replace the carpet in our main entertaining areas. We found exactly what we wanted a Home Depot, a floor especially designed for HD by Bruce. Highly figured, distressed, micro-beveled, and a beautiful ‘gunstock’ color. 600 square feet of this new flooring is now going down. It really complements our golden oak antiques and the leather couches. We decided to glue it down rather than ‘floating’ it, because we like the sound of real hardwood floors without the echo and the give underfoot of the non-glued technique. We chose the tongue and groove boards, rather than the snap type, so I can replace one damaged plank without having to remove more than one board.
I am sure our friends will again be ooh-ing and ahh-ing our choice of real, hardwood over the similarly priced laminate. Thank you Home Depot and Bruce for offering this exceptional product at an exceptional price.
July 31, 2010