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Hardwood Floors in Oklahoma

Hardwood floors are highly sought-after for many reasons. A sustainable choice for homeowners, hardwood flooring adds significant value to properties. They’re beautiful, natural, open, and decoratively versatile.

At Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home we can help with all your hardwood flooring needs. As your local flooring store, we have the best hardwood flooring. You’ll find unique looks like multi-color wood floor products and cutting-edge features like our exclusive waterproof hardwood collection. We also carry a wide range of hardwood alternatives, including vinyl plank flooring.

Styling Your Hardwood Floor

Modern hardwood flooring inventory spans a beautiful array of styles and are easy to personalize.

You’ll find it all right here, including:

  • Wide Planks
  • Narrow Planks
  • Distressed Finishes
  • Beveled Edges
  • Matte Finishes
  • Glossy Finished
  • Whitewashed Textures
  • Prefinished

Our experienced team will guide you through the different looks you love and provide insight into the benefits of each.

What is Engineered Hardwood Flooring?

Hardwood floors come in two distinct flooring categories: engineered hardwood and solid hardwood. They look alike but have critical distinctions!


  • Engineered hardwood flooring has a genuine cut of hardwood on top and laminated layers of wood composite below. The grain of each layer runs in different directions, so it’s particularly strong against humidity and wear. Most engineered products can’t be refinished, so they don’t have as long of a lifespan. However, you can install engineered hardwood in places solid hardwood isn’t recommended, like kitchens, mudrooms, basements, and more. Today there are also higher quality engineered hardwood flooring with thicker top layers for added endurance.


  • Solid hardwood flooring has, for centuries, been the choice for those seeking durable flooring. Solid wood planks are made from one continuous piece of genuine hardwood. It can be sanded and refinished throughout its lifespan so that it looks new again. Generally, solid hardwood products can last for the life of your home. However, they may be more susceptible to moisture and foot traffic than their engineered counterparts.

What Type of Wood is Used in my Flooring?

A century ago, hardwood flooring seekers were only given a handful of species choices.

Today, there are tree species from around the globe being used in flooring. Which one you choose depends on your personal taste and budget, as well as functional needs. Different domestic and exotic tree species have more scratch, stain, and moisture-resilience, and many delicately transform shades over time.

Our options include:

  • Pine
  • Mahogany
  • Cherry
  • Maple
  • Oak
  • Exotics

One thing to bear in mind is that each species has its own unique features, hardness levels, and grain patterns. This means that certain species might fare better than others in a high-traffic room.

Hardwood & Humidity

Humidity isn’t your floor’s friend, but with a little effort it’s easy to manage shifting seasons.

Engineered hardwood flooring is less prone to shrinking or expanding when the temperatures fluctuate. Careful climate control is essential: that means air conditioning in the summertime and heat in the winter months. Use a hydrometer to monitor your home’s inner climate.

Where Can I Install a Hardwood Floor?

Before you commit to hardwood flooring, we recommend taking a careful inventory of your space, budget, and needs.

Solid hardwood flooring can be installed anywhere that’s dry and not prone to sudden temperature and humidity changes. It’s not recommended for kitchens, bathrooms, or below grade.

Engineered hardwood flooring can go below grade, as well as moisture-prone spaces like basements, hallways, and mudrooms. Most versatile of all is 100% waterproof hardwood flooring: an engineered hardwood with a vinyl sublayer that can be installed in bathrooms and kitchens without worry.

Why Install with Us?

Installing hardwood flooring is a precise process: one that most of us aren’t equipped to handle!

Our in-house installation team has the skills, tools, and knowledge for professional flooring projects of every size and scope, both residential and commercial. Professional installation is often required as a condition of your product warranty, so play it safe: leave the installing to us!

Here’s a quick overview of what to expect when you install with us:

  • Free project estimate done at your home
  • Measurements taken of your room
  • Choose glue, nail, or click-lock installation
  • Subfloors will be cleaned, prepared, and cleared of old flooring
  • Products will be delivered prior to allow acclimation
  • Relax! We’ll handle the rest!

Shop Hardwood Floors Near You in Oklahoma

At Brewer Carpet One Floor & Home, we enjoy helping our clients discover flooring that they feel great about. That’s why we offer hundreds of beautiful hardwood flooring options, spread amongst our six Oklahoma locations. We offer professional hardwood installation services throughout the state.

We’re card-carrying members of Carpet One Floor & Home, the world’s leading cooperative of independently owned and operated flooring stores. What does that mean for YOU? It means incredible variety, value, and services, as well as the personalized care one can only find from a local small business!

Visit us in Enid, Stillwater, Yukon, Edmond, or Oklahoma City to browse our flooring samples and learn more about your hardwood flooring options.


Professional Hardwood Installation

No project is too challenging for our installation crew! But don't take our word for it: browse our gallery of some of our favorite flooring installations and start planning your next hardwood project.
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Choosing Your Best Hardwood Floor

Seeking a customized design? Want to make your floor reflect your unique personality? Hardwood flooring comes in a huge range of styles, colors, and sizes so make it your own.
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Browse Hardwood Flooring at Brewer Carpet One

What's your hardwood persona? Whether you're seeking a light finish, a wide plank, or a hearty engineered product, we have your new floor ready. Start browsing our hardwood flooring right now.