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Wide-Plank Engineered Wood

For a wide-plank wood floor that doesn't expand and contract with the seasons, try the Westchester collection of engineered wood planks from Bruce. This ¾-inch thick engineered product offers increased dimensional stability and a more affordable price than solid wood floors, and can be installed over most subfloors via gluing, floating, stapling or nailing. The oak, maple and hickory planks come in 3¼-inch or 4½-inch widths and a range of colors. Shown: Hickory with a Country Natural finish. Bruce Hardwood Floors

 
 
 

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