918-599-8100
8716 S. Peoria
Tulsa, OK 74132
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Tulsa Hard Wood Flooring

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Phone 918.599.8100
Fax 918.599.8105
Aaron Talton 918.260.4708
Showroom
1903 S. Boston Ave,
Tulsa, OK

We Are Brucke

We pride ourselves on our commitment to be the most competitively priced, the most exquisite craftsmanship, and the pinnacle of service after the install.

BRüCKE. Where in the world did that come from? Pronounced Broo-ck. It comes from a group of impressionist German artists from the early 20th century. I was touring through Europe, and stopped in Amsterdam for a few days and saw these beautiful paintings I had never seen before. It was inspiring to see such beautiful art crafted by artisans nearly 100 years ago.

BRüCKE is bringing, in our own humble way, this same type of craftsmanship. A floor that if properly cared for will stand the test of time! BRUCKE installs each floor with care using the standards set forth by the National Wood Flooring Association. We are fully insured and carry workers compensation insurance.

Floor School

Wood floors are the right choice if you are looking for a beautiful, long-lasting, durable, hypoallergenic floor which requires very little maintenance. Wood floors will also increase the value of your home. Ask your realtor, wood floors sell!

Quarter sawn red or white oak: Has the least amount of color variation and a very tight grain pattern with very little soft grain, usually flawless—without knots or mineral streaks (dark lines).

Select and better plain sawn red or white oak: Has little color variation and for the most part has a lot of open soft grain in a variation of patterns but, there are no mineral streaks (dark lines).

#1 common quarter sawn red or white oak: Has less color variation than plain sawn and a very tight grain pattern with very little soft grain. Because it is #1 common it will have some flaws such as knots and mineral streaks (dark lines).

#1 common plain sawn red or white oak: Will show more of the natural character of the wood flooring. You will see more color variation and pronounced grain patterns. It is a mix of heart and sap wood with an occasional knot. Because it is plain sawn it will have a lot of soft grain in a variation of patterns with mineral streaks (dark lines).

#2 Common oak (character grade): Will show dramatic variations in color and character. You will see obvious color variations. It is a mix of sap and heart wood and you will get a lot of large knots in #2 common. Purchase #2 common oak only if you like knot holes or if you are looking for a floor with an extreme rustic appearance.

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