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Bruce Natural Maple 3/4 in. Thick x 2-1/4 in. Wide x Random Length Solid Hardwood Flooring (20 sq. ft. / case)
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Bruce

Natural Maple 3/4 in. Thick x 2-1/4 in. Wide x Random Length Solid Hardwood Flooring (20 sq. ft. / case)

  • Natural maple color will blend seamlessly into any room
  • Planks have a high gloss for a beautiful shine in your space
  • Get it installed - Call 855-978-2910
$3.49 /sq. ft.
Covers 20.00 sq. ft.
$69.80 /case
Color: Natural Maple
  • Cherry
  • Cinnamon
  • Gunstock
  • Natural Maple

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With its light-toned finish, the Bruce Natural Maple Hardwood Flooring can brighten the look of any room for an overall cohesive look in your space. This durable flooring features solid wood construction and a high-gloss for long-lasting shine and beauty in your home. These hardwood planks feature beveled edges are dent-resistant and intended for residential use.

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I need to install Bruce Cinnamon Maple 3/4 in. Thick x 2-1/4 in. Wide x Random Length Solid Hardwood Flooring. Can you tell me how to do that?

ie: what type of nail gun to rent and how to nail it down. (PLEASE)
Asked by: Anonymous
I used a Hitachi nail gun with two inch finishing nails to start the flooring. I then used a pneumatic stapler to staple the wood down.
Answered by: Matt
Date published: 2015-09-17

does this come in random lengths?

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes it does. We just laid this in the nursery.
Answered by: ChristmasMommy2013
Date published: 2016-06-21

Can this solid maple strip flooring from Bruce be glued to a concrete floor slab?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hi, Yes we installed this over concrete.
Answered by: Bharath
Date published: 2015-09-17

how many boxs of this flooring maple gunstock will it take to do a 10 x 10 room

Asked by: Anonymous
12 cases
Answered by: pjv20
Date published: 2016-07-30
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Natural Maple 3/4 in. Thick x 2-1/4 in. Wide x Random Length Solid Hardwood Flooring (20 sq. ft. / case) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from In terms of "bang for buck", this product is awesome. If it wasn't for one issue I had, which I ... In terms of "bang for buck", this product is awesome. If it wasn't for one issue I had, which I will put more details below, I would've given this product 5 stars for sure. The color is beautiful (even though I know this is highly subjective), and it's quite durable as well. You certainly can put dents and scratches on it since it's real wood (not laminate), but it was more durable than I have expected. We put this in our second bedroom 3 years ago, so we actually had enough time to have some real-life testing. There were quite a few strips which had some imperfections, such as bend or broken/missing tongue. There were few (only few) strips which had some defects on the surface also. However, 99% of them were still usable. Now the problem part... When we put this on the second bedroom 3 years ago, we ordered 20 boxes. We used about half of them. Among the ones we have used, there were a couple of boxes which contained mostly short strips. All the boxes have plenty of short strips, but these two had more than average. Unfortunately, one of those boxes were the last one we opened/used, so there wasn't much for us to do in order to "wisely utilize" these short strips - so we just had to put them on the floor. As a result, some places we have a series of short strips in the same row, but then again it did not look too bad. Maybe it's due to the dark color and wood grain pattern (which is already very irregular even within the same board), but whatever it is, it's not that visible. Just last month we put the rest of the flooring in our master bedroom. We ran out of the material, so we had to order additional 5 boxes. This time, we opened up all 5 boxes and sort each board out by length, so that we can be more efficient by using the right length strip and minimizing cut offs (by the way, we used diagonal pattern, so there were a lot of cuts to be made). I am glad we did that because one of those 5 boxes had nothing but short strips. the entire box was literally filled with boards which are shorter than 30 inches, a great majority of them under 15 inches in size. That actually was the box that got bent and partially torn open during the shipment. When we picked those boxes up from Home Depot, I even took a picture of it just in case I need to return them because the boards inside are also damaged (but it turned out there were no physical damages to the boards). I think that was because of the very fact that the box was filled with short boards only. If there's not a single board long enough to provide any kind of structural strength to the box, I can imagine the hardboard paper, no matter how thick it is, won't be able to withstand the load. Also, these short boards had more imperfections, mainly missing/broken tongues. I think they probably used left off garbage and scraps to make short boards. Well, we managed to use up this big pile of short boards since we still had two small walk in closets unfinished, where we were able to use all the bad boards. However, if we did not open all the boxes up ahead of time like we did, and if we ended up opening this short board box the last, then we may have been in trouble.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from very pleased with the quality and color uniformity of this product. I looks fantastic and install... very pleased with the quality and color uniformity of this product. I looks fantastic and installation is not difficult. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good quality hardwood, the color is joyful and welcoming. Everybody likes the floors now. Good quality hardwood, the color is joyful and welcoming. Everybody likes the floors now.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of experience with this wood, highly reccomend, some helpful hints Installed 24 cases of this hardwood three years ago, 2 attached rooms, living and formal dining installed another 16 cases in family room last year my wife likes it so much she changed her mind on new carpeting in master bedroom now i am stalling 13 cases, once completed i am finshed, DONE we also have oak hardwood in kichen, hallway and entrance that was original to house so i can compare to that Any moving furniture, chairs etc. over time will scratch hardwood (at least oak and maple) Maybe not right away, but over time (years) removes some of the finish and eventually makes it to the wood. Hard plastic pads attached by furniture companies still scratch over time. Even pads put on our solid cherry formal set. Remove them and add felt pads. Glue with gorilla glue. As long as felt pads are on, no scratches. Other than furniture we have had no problems with dogs, kids, heavy traffic etc. After furniture and carpeting is pulled, then buy hardwood and leave cases in room for at least 2-3 days before installation. Need to have wood acclimate to temp and humidity of room (it contracts and expands slightly). Someone i know had professional install hardwood floor during winter. He left it stored in his truck during installation and in three months it buckled badly. You want your plywood flooring to be 3/4 in thick so enough wood for nails to grab. Great price for this product. I think they try to make up for low price in selling underlayment and trim. You can spend a bundle for underlayment and nice trim. Our original oak floors were glued with no underlayment underneath and they creak terribly, same as all houses in this neighborhood. My installed maple has no creaks and its extremely quiet. Instead of paying for expensive underlayment, buy rolls of thick roofing felt. You pay less and it works perfectly. You can pay $75 for a 60 lb box of this hardwood and another $75 for 3-4 tiny pieces of 8 ft trim. I purchase solid wood 8 ft trim (unfinished pine) from another source for $5 (yes thats $5 total for 8 feet piece) Then i stain and high gloss varnish to match the floor. For Cinnamon Maple MinWax Gunstock Oak is a perfect match. It takes very little time to do this. Your trim will match floor and be 100% wood. It will look nicer than anything you see in the stores. For the first and last couple of installed rows of wood you cannot use angled nailer since the walls are in the way. Hand nailing through this wood is a killer. Even hardened nails bend like a politician's promise. Drill holes through wood first. First row, drill near wall so trim will hide nail heads, next couple rows drill same angle as angle nailer uses so nail heads are hidden. Installation is not hard, just takes time. You can use the same MinWax Gunstock Oak stain mentioned above to cover any little nicks, tiny cuts, dents that you might get. I have had many offers to install hardwood once friends, neighbors have seen floors. I liked doing my own, but not interested in doing it for pay! I highly reccomend this product.
Date published: 2016-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I found the maple flooring to be a very good value. I was impressed by how little scrap there w... I found the maple flooring to be a very good value. I was impressed by how little scrap there was and how straight the boards were. Easy installation and if you take the time to lay out the various lengths, you will have very low scrap. Many of the boards were full length with only a few of the very short ones in each box. It makes a very nice , easy to clean finished floor.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flooring is beautiful,very nice finish,A couple of board had a little bow in them,but lets rememb... Flooring is beautiful,very nice finish,A couple of board had a little bow in them,but lets remember it's Wood!. We plan on using this in the master bedroom of our new home.the fit was very good.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The finish is wearing off so soon. This product I puchached to try to match the other rooms that ... The finish is wearing off so soon. This product I puchached to try to match the other rooms that had been installed years ago. This product now looks more worn than the product twice it's age.
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome product , great factory finished . the pictures don't do justice . awesome product , great factory finished . the pictures don't do justice .
Date published: 2017-02-07
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