Mountville, Pa.—AHF Products’ Dogwood Densified Wood from its Bruce brand was named as a winner in Good Housekeeping‘s 2022 Home Renovation Awards in the “Hottest Home Decor” category.
“Bruce is honored to be recognized among the industry’s leading home renovation products by the prestigious Good Housekeeping Institute,” said Jennifer Zimmerman, chief commercial officer, AHF Products. “The Home Renovation Awards underscores our commitment to engineering flooring solutions that offer superior design, quality and performance and meet consumer demands. Densified Wood Technology removes many of the barriers preventing consumers from purchasing hardwood and lets homeowners enjoy real wood floors that are virtually worry free.”
Bruce Dogwood Densified Wood Technology is said to be a real game changer for the hardwood flooring buyer, especially for people who have pets or kids. It uses a patent-pending process to significantly increase the density of the face veneer using heat and pressure. The result is a dent- and scratch-resistant surface that delivers protection against everyday wear, pet nails and pet accidents. The wood floor is also waterproof for up to eight hours, according to the company, and exclusive Cleantivity technology protects against odor, damage and discoloration that may be caused by mold or mildew that can damage the floor. Bruce Dogwood is made in the USA in Somerset, Ky.
A full list of winners can be found online at www.goodhousekeeping.com/homereno2022.