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Hardwood Floors in Texas

Hardwood flooring is the perfect choice if you’re seeking something you won’t have to replace anytime soon? With its long-lasting beauty and natural appeal, a hardwood floor increases the value of your property and can be refinished multiple times throughout the years in unique styles to give your home a fresh look.


Casey Carpet One Floor & Home in Lubbock and Amarillo, TX, is your local hardwood flooring store, offering budget-friendly basics as well as high-end hardwoods. Our experts are here to help you navigate our expansive selection of contemporary hardwood flooring and find the perfect floor for your home.


How to Style Your New Hardwood Floor


How will you style YOUR hardwood floor?


Whether you prefer a sleek modern look or something more rustic, your new hardwood planks can be finished in numerous ways that alter and enhance their appearance.


Make it your own by combining your favorite:

  • Colors
  • Finishes
  • Grain Patterns
  • Shades
  • Widths
  • Lengths
  • Gloss Levels


Best Hardwood Flooring Trends


Whatever your signature style, you’ll find the right hardwood here!

You’ll find rustic options like wide plank natural oak floors with a matte finish and weathered texturing, as well as more eclectic styles, like multi-color wood floors.

What’s currently trending in town? We’re loving the light tan finishes, rich browns, and hints of greys and whites for a weathered appearance.


What Type of Wood Is Used in Hardwood Floors?

Hardwood flooring is sourced from a wide selection of domestic and tree species.


We have a wide range of popular wood choices such as:

  • Acacia
  • Oak
  • Hickory
  • Maple
  • Cherry
  • Pine
  • Cork
  • Bamboo


Cork and bamboo aren’t technically made from hardwood, but bamboo grass and cork tree bark. Both are considered renewable and eco-friendly because harvesting them doesn’t kill the plant, and they regenerate quickly.


However, many of today’s hardwood forests are also harvested with sustainability and responsibility in mind. Each hardwood species offers different looks, shades, grain patterns, and hardness levels.


What is Engineered Hardwood Flooring?


Did you know that there are two major hardwood flooring families? While they look alike, they’re quite different.


  • Engineered hardwood flooring is manufactured using fine, wooden veneers. The planks are bound together to form sturdy cross-grains. These layers play a vital role in your floor’s ongoing endurance. Engineered planks won’t expand or contract from humidity or climate fluctuations. They hold their own against heavy or constant foot traffic and are more affordable than their solid counterparts. An engineered hardwood floor can be sanded and refinished once or twice over its lifespan. Unlike solid hardwood, your engineered floor can be installed on all levels of your home.


  • Solid hardwood flooring is the traditional way of enjoying this floor. Crafted from solid hanks of organic wood, solid hardwood flooring’s appeal is widespread. It has heirloom potential and adds ongoing property value if professionally installed, situated, and maintained. Solid hardwood isn’t without its limits. It cannot be installed in spaces below grade and isn’t recommended for kitchens and bathrooms. Still, solid hardwood beckons both beauty-seekers and style chameleons alike. It can be sanded and refinished over its lifespan, and if carefully cared for, your great-grandchildren might one day play on the floor you install today.


Planning Your Hardwood Installation


The type of hardwood flooring you want and the room you want to install it in are interdependent.


Solid hardwood fares best in low-moisture rooms that are above level. Engineered hardwood can be installed on all levels of your home, including basements and more moisture-prone spaces like kitchens, mudrooms, and hallways.


Regardless of how and where you install, we recommend professional hardwood installation. Our experts are here to help with installations of all sizes, offering the latest technologies and tools.


We Have Waterproof Hardwood Floors!


For a more versatile option, consider the modern marvel of waterproof engineered hardwood.


Each plank features a real layer of hardwood at the surface and a waterproof vinyl sublayer below. Install waterproof hardwood flooring in kitchens and bathrooms without worry.


Mos modern wood floors are generally finished with ultra-resilient finish coatings that are highly resistant to scratches, dents, stains, and more, so you can rest assured your gorgeous hardwood planks will stay looking beautiful overall.


Hardwood & Humidity


As the seasonal climate shifts, your flooring challenges are just beginning. A home that’s too cold, too hot, or too humid can have devastating results on your floors.


Hardwood planks can quickly shrink, expand, or warp. To avoid future pitfalls, work with an experienced installer while choosing flooring that’s the best fit for your home.


Maintaining a consistent relative humidity level is likewise of utmost importance. We recommend maintaining a relative humidity level that’s a consistent 42 percent. Tools such as hydrometers and humidistats can help you maintain this level. Other helpful items to have on hand include insulated drapes, dehumidifiers, and air conditioners can also help.


Shop Hardwood Near You in Lubbock and Amarillo

We carry an impressive selection of engineered and solid hardwood flooring, including the best hardwood brands on the market.


Our professional team of flooring experts will listen to your wood flooring ideas and guide you through which products will work best.


Plan a visit to one of our showroom locations in Lubbock or Amarillo to get started, or browse our selection online today.

Financing Your Floor

New hardwood flooring can be a hefty investment, but our easy financing options make it easy to install today and pay over time. Don't put your dreams on hold!
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Browse Hardwood Flooring at Casey Carpet One

From budget-friendly basics to lush exotics and everything in between, we're the Panhandle's preferred hardwood flooring source. Begin browsing our solid and engineered hardwood products right now.


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