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10 Things to Know About Hardwood Installation | Bruce

Recommended installation methods can differ from product to product. Solid hardwood must be nailed, stapled or glued down. Engineered wood can often be floated, meaning the planks connect to each other instead of the subfloor. Floating hardwood installation is much more DIY-friendly.

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All About Hardwood Flooring Installation Systems | Bruce

The #1 reason hardwood installation fails is a dimensional change in the flooring after installation. Hardwood floors perform their best in the same comfort range that we typically enjoy ourselves: a relative humidity of 30–50%, and temperatures of 60–80 degrees.

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Hardwood Flooring, Cleaning Products & Accessories | Bruce

Solid vs. Engineered Hardwood Guide to Choosing a Hardwood Floor 10 Things to Know About Hardwood Installation How to Clean Hardwood Room Inspiration Guide Search AHF Products’ COVID-19 Update to Our Valued Customers – Learn More

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Hardwood Flooring | Bruce

This structure makes engineered hardwood an excellent choice for installation on any floor of the home, including basements, and over concrete subfloors and radiant heating systems. Some engineered hardwood products that have a thicker top layer, so can be sanded and refinished.

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Engineered Hardwood Flooring | Bruce

3 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT ENGINEERED HARDWOOD INSTALLATION. It can go where solid hardwood can’t. Well, not everywhere—bathrooms and laundry rooms are still a no-go—but basements are good. Engineered hardwood can also be installed over concrete floors and radiant heating systems. You have options. Staple or glue planks down. Or float ’em.

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Installation Instructions, Warranty Information .

View step-by-step instructions and supply lists to help you successfully install any Bruce flooring. 3/4″ Solid Hardwood Flooring Installation Instructions 3/8″ & 1/2″ Engineered Hardwood Installation Instructions

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