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American Originals Natural Red Oak 3/4in. T x 2-1/4 in. W x Varying L Solid Hardwood Flooring (20 sq.ft./case)

  • Bruce domestic oak solid hardwood flooring for residential use
  • Nail down installation on or above grade over wood subfloors
  • Smooth prefinished high gloss traditional look, refinish up to 3x
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Product Overview

Crafted with precision and an eye for detail, Bruce American Originals hardwood provides classic appeal and inspired design possibilities to transform your home. With a range of colors and widths, you can create a look that is all your own. A choice in construction type also gives you the flexibility to cater to the unique needs of your space. With the Limited Lifetime warranty and the EverGuard finish protection, you will love your floors for years to come.

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Hardwood Flooring StyleTraditionalTraditionalTraditionalTraditional
Finish TypePrefinishedPrefinishedPrefinishedPrefinished
Installation LocationAbove Grade/Wood SubfloorAbove Grade/Wood SubfloorAbove Grade/Wood SubfloorAbove Grade/Wood Subfloor
Plank SizeNarrow plank (5 in or less)Narrow plank (5 in or less)Narrow plank (5 in or less)Narrow plank (5 in or less)
Hardwood Floor FeaturesPrefinishedPrefinishedPrefinishedPrefinished
Installation MethodNail DownNail DownNail DownNail Down
Floor Surface TextureSmoothSmoothSmoothSmooth
Water ProtectionNo Water ProtectionNo Water ProtectionNo Water ProtectionNo Water Protection
Board FormPlankPlankPlankPlank
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Length (in.)
84
Product Thickness (in.)
.75 in
Product Width (in.)
2.25

Details

Board Form
Plank
Color
Natural
Color Family
Tan
Color/Finish
Natural
Commercial / Residential
Residential
Finish Type
Prefinished
Floor Surface Texture
Smooth
Flooring Look
Wood Look
Flooring Product Type
Solid Wood Board
Gloss
High Gloss
Hardwood Floor Features
Prefinished
Hardwood Flooring Style
Traditional
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Installable over Cork Underlayment
No
Installation Location
Above Grade/Wood Subfloor
Installation Method
Nail Down
Installs Over Subfloor
Wood
Janka Species Hardness Rating
1290
Material
Wood
Minimum Acclimation Period
1 Day
Plank Size
Narrow plank (5 in or less)
Product Weight (lb.)
4
Returnable
90-Day
Style
Coastal,Farmhouse,Mission,Southwestern
Underlayment Options
Underlayment Not Required
Water Protection
No Water Protection

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Residential Finish Warranty

Questions & Answers

93Questions21Answers

My contractor experienced a 20% shortage based on square footage and coverage at 20 sq. ft. per c...

Asked by Lanna June 8, 2021
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Answers

All of mine has been exact or a little over the stated sq.,ft. Are you sure of your contractor.

What is installed price for 1500sf

Asked by Dan May 18, 2021
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Answer

You need to check with your local Home Depot for installation prices. These vary by location/region. Prices are going to also vary based on whether you have furniture to be moved, flooring layouts (some home layouts require a lot more work/cuts, whether you want baseboards or 1/4 round installed, cutting under door jambs, etc. Your local store will have someone come out and give you an accurate quote.

What is the installation cost?

Asked by Deb April 20, 2021
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If you hire a contractor for installation, they need to be fastidious (more time and increased cost) or you will end up with a subpar installation. I installed the flooring myself (second floor - no moisture concerns). After acclimating the the flooring, taking care of high spots in the floor decking and laying rosin paper; I opened the number of boxes needed for the room including 10% minimum for waste. I then sorted the pieces by length and set aside pieces with defects and short pieces with crooks (short pieces with crooks cannot be straightened and will create gaps if used). Occasionally, defects in long pieces can be cut out and a portion of the piece used. I then dry laid about two thirds of the room using a balanced mix of short and long pieces. I numbered the pieces with a wet erase felt marker noting row end pieces with asterisks. If you do not perform these steps you tend to run the risk of having too many short pieces for the remainder of the room and will then need additional boxes to balance the pattern increasing the % waste. You also run the risk of having incorrect spacing on end joints between rows. Equipment (available at HD): tape measure; square; hammer; pry bar; stapler (for rosin paper); oscillating multi tool (trimming molding and sheet rock for flooring clearance); drill & bits (predrilling holes for palm nailer); belt sander (flattening subfloor high spots); compressor; pneumatic floor cleat nailer; pneumatic 2 inch finish nailer; Power-Palm Pneumatic Hardwood Flooring Cleat Nailer; Porta-Nails flooring jack; Porta-Nails flooring nail set; Stud finder (for installing new base molding); caulking gun; paint brushes; and chop saw (may need a table saw if you need to rip beginning or final row pieces).

How can I get a sample of this wood

Asked by Jhale March 14, 2021
3
Answers

I installed this in my main bathroom 4 years ago. it was and easy install and looks as good as it did the day I finished the project.

How do you get a sample of this flooring

Asked by Lefty January 29, 2021
2
Answers

Yes

since your Bruce Acrylic filler # 10, model number 871270 is discontinued is there another acryli...

Asked by MAC January 25, 2021
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Answers

Hi Mac, Thank you for contacting us with your question. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, but we have stopped manufacturing the Acrylic Wood Fillers. Our suggestion will be to visit your local home center with a plank of the flooring and try to match another manufacturer's wood filler/putty. Unfortunately, since we recently discontinued the fillers, we have not done any testing with other manufacturer's wood filler/putty to be able to make a recommendation. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience and hope that this information is helpful. Please feel free to contact our Customer Services at 1-866-243-2726, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EST., if you'd like additional assistance. Have a great day.

Can liquid nails be used to install solid hardwood flooring

Asked by Jack January 17, 2021
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Answers

If you are referring to 3/4 inch thick solid hardwood flooring I would say no. You need the cleats/nails driven into the tongues to bring the strips together and to hold them in place. In fact you often need a Porta-Nails 47100 PortaJACK-PRO Hardwood Flooring Jack to align the strips.

Does Bruce have a bull nose transition piece available for all/any of the hardwood styles/colors?

Asked by Len December 7, 2020
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Yes, you can order any specialty prices that are not available in the store.

Does this wood, solid red oak, come in different widths? Im looking to match existing flooring. Thanks.

Asked by Florra September 24, 2020
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Hi Florra, Thank you for contacting us with your question. The Bruce - American Originals - Natural - Red Oak is available in 3 different widths. For your convenience, below is the list of the widths with their corresponding model numbers: SHD2210 - 2.25" SHD3210 - 3.25" SHD5210 - 5" We hope that this information is helpful. Please feel free to contact our customer service at 866-243-2726, Monday through Friday from 9am to 4:30pm, EST, if you have further questions. We will be happy to assist. Have a great day.

Is this the same as Bruce CB921?

Asked by Paul September 4, 2020
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According to Bruce customer service, this is the equivalent of CB210, which Home Depot used to have in-store and on the website.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
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  • 87% recommend this product
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There were a few defective boards in the boxes some had extremely small tongues and some with imp...
There were a few defective boards in the boxes some had extremely small tongues and some with imperfect boards
by HomeDepotCustomer
I think this is an excellent product for the price. The hard glossy lacquer finish makes the wood...
I think this is an excellent product for the price. The hard glossy lacquer finish makes the wood look beautiful, and it seems very durable. The variable appearance of the wood (lighter vs darker, wide wavy grain vs narrow straighter grain, etc.) adds to its natural appeal. There may be a few imperfections here and there but not much of the wood ends up as waste. Overall, this Red Oak makes a beautiful floor. Please Note: It’s good to have some power tools to help with the work, eg. A Miter saw for cutting the wood, and a flooring nail gun for installation.
by GregD
Use this for most of our living spaces. Light, bright, and durable.
Use this for most of our living spaces. Light, bright, and durable.
by Minh
Beautiful floor
I removed carpet and put down Bruce finished hardwood in natural red oak. I did 170 square feet and had no bad boards or waste. It looks fantastic and I’ll use this product for sure next time
by MCK
Bruce Hardwood is the Best!
Everyone that sees my new hardwood floor is totally amazed by the beauty of it. I’m so pleased that I am getting ready to go with the same red oak in our master bedroom. It is a lot of work but the result is absolutely worth it!
by AlanB
Ok for the price point
There are more knots/character than I expected but at the less than $4/sq ft price point I suppose it looks fine. The Bruce stock photos are def not the right shade but the review pictures (mine and others) are good representation in my opinion. Also note that this product is high gloss and it shows (which is not super on trend). My contractors said there were a lot of short boards and more waste than expected (for the usual reasons). I noticed some of the installed pieces had discoloration on parts of the board too. I picked this because it was in stock, but if i had to do it all over, i'd probably spend a little more and order something else.
by MaryTills
Nice-looking prefinished hardwood flooring
Having installed unfinished red oak flooring downstairs twenty years ago, we wanted hardwood upstairs too, but without the hassle of sanding, staining, and finishing, so we decided on this prefinished natural red oak from Bruce. The two bedrooms, their closets, and the hallway came to about 360 sq. feet, so I ordered 400 sq. feet: one pallet (16 boxes, which is cheaper than the cost of individual boxes), plus another four boxes (which included 10% extra for wasteage). I didn't notice any significant color differences between boxes: in every box some of the pieces are lighter, some are darker. The photo on the Home Depot web site looks pretty close to the real thing. The wood does have a "reddish" tinge overall (in contrast, the unfinished red oak stair treads came out more brownish and blondish when I applied a coat of polyurethane). My photos make the wood look a little darker than it actually is. Even though a few pieces had blemishes (e.g. knots), I didn't have to throw away a single board. I used less desirable pieces for closets or edges of rooms. Boards that are slightly bowed can usually be muscled into place. I was happily surprised that there were so many long boards (50-60-70 inches) in each box. Because there was so little wasteage, I was able to redo three small stair landings too, and I was able to return one unopened box. We're very pleased with this product.
by Yeldawg
3 people found this helpful
Excellent prefinished flooring that I used to repair water damaged...
Excellent prefinished flooring that I used to repair water damaged flooring under carpet in bedroom adjacent to bathroom plumbing wall. Did not have to stagger joints or exact match original flooring for customer. Thickness is about 1/16" less than original 50 year old oak planks...but shimmed with vinyl sheet flooring and matched height. Solid as a rock floor again!
by cowboycox007
Wood flooring was very good quality and exactly what I expected.
Wood flooring was very good quality and exactly what I expected.
by Jimbo
This ended up looking great....
This ended up looking great.
by JAMES
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