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Hardwood Flooring in Texas

If you’re looking for hardwood flooring near you in Fort Worth, TX, or the surrounding area, visit your local Carpet One Floor & Home. We can help you determine whether hardwood could work in your home. We carry a vast selection of hardwood flooring options, including solid and engineered hardwood, and various colors, species, and stain options.



Hardwood flooring has long been a staple in the flooring industry, even in Texas. Its beautiful appearance, long-lasting durability, and ability to provide style in any home continue to make hardwood flooring one of the top options.



What Hardwood Options Do You Offer?

When it comes to hardwood flooring, there are tons of styles and types to choose from. You can find many species available, which will determine the grain and hardness of the wood. We carry varying types of wood to fit every interior design, including Oak, Hickory, Mahogany, and more. There are also many stains and finishes that can change the color and shine of the finished product.


We offer both solid and engineered hardwood brands, including:

Engineered vs. Solid Hardwood: Which Works Best For Me?

Hardwood flooring can enhance virtually any space it is in. However, there are some things to consider when selecting your style of flooring (and that doesn’t just include the stain color or plank size!) We offer both solid and engineered hardwood flooring, and both have wonderful qualities! Here’s a closer look at both types of flooring.



Solid Wood planks are the traditional form of hardwood flooring. Each plank is typically ¾ inch thick and made of a single slice of wood. The main advantage of solid hardwood flooring is that your floors can be refinished over the years as they show signs of wear. Refinished hardwood floors have scratches, dents, stains, and other blemishes eliminated, and they can even be styled with different hues and textures.


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Engineered Hardwood flooring is becoming a favorite for our local Southlake, Arlington, and Fort Worth customers, and for good reason!


Engineered hardwood is constructed using laminated layers of composite wood with a solid hardwood veneer on the top layer (yep, it’s real wood!). The layers are placed in cross-grain directions, which prevents each plank from swelling and shrinking as much. While solid hardwood is only recommended for above-grade, dry spaces, engineered wood products are more versatile. You can install it in basements, along with light-moisture areas like kitchens, hallways, and entryways.



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Where Can My Hardwood Be Installed?

Hardwood flooring can be installed in many areas, like living rooms, bedrooms, offices, and anywhere where high moisture levels are common. Solid hardwood flooring must be nailed down, so it can only be installed on above-grade levels of your home, while engineered hardwood flooring can be installed in basements and finished attics as well. Our waterproof, genuine hardwood flooring is a wonderful option for kitchens and bathrooms, however, we suggest discussing all options with one of our flooring experts before choosing any type of flooring for your space.



We offer both professional installation services and select warranties on all of our flooring options!


Our Hardwood Floor Selection


If you’re interested in learning more about our hardwood flooring selection, plan a visit to one of our showroom locations in Southlake, Arlington, or Fort Worth, Texas today. We offer many of the best hardwood brands on the market, including Rustic River®, Bella Cera®, LM Flooring®, and Crescent Hardwood®. Our experts are ready to listen to your hardwood ideas and help you find the best option for your space.

Ready to choose your hardwood flooring in TX? Visit one of your local Carpet One Floor & Home showroom to get started!




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