Service Areas

We provide floor installation and refinishing services in all areas listed below.

At Texas Hardwood Flooring, we are committed to retaining and growing our connection to local communities. If you own a home in any of the listed areas, give us a call anytime for any flooring related query – we would love to help you!


Originally famous as the site of the very first train robbery in Texas, the town of Allen is definitely in the process of coming into its own. With great schools and great homes available, there is plenty of room for growth and home improvement, especially since Allen is a terrific place for families. 


“There’s always something to do” in Addison, Texas. That’s pretty much the unofficial motto of this unique suburban small town. The dedicated team of hardwood flooring installers at Texas Hardwood Flooring love every project in this charming, Texas-style hamlet.


Only eleven square miles and a current population around 4,000 make up the town of Argyle – although those figures will likely increase in the coming years, as the outward pressure from DFW continues. Texas Hardwood Flooring are prepared to help this up-and-coming community with all its flooring needs.


It is proud home of the Texas Rangers baseball team, the Dallas Cowboys football team, the University of Texas at Arlington and Six Flags Over Texas. Arlington is comprised of 133,000 households, many of whom have used Texas Hardwood Flooring as their hardwood flooring installer!


Located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the City of Carrollton is a vibrant corporate and residential community. The City’s location and business cost advantages attract and support a diverse local economy with over 15,000 businesses calling Carrollton home.


Situated in high-growth Collin County and nestled between the major arteries of Preston Road to the east and the future Dallas North Tollway to the west, Celina’s maximum projected buildout population is approximately 378,000.


Colleyville, Texas is a “bedroom community” of choice in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. Because of its proximity to one of the world’s busiest airports, Colleyville is the home of many globe-trotting professionals, including a number of professional athletes. Pro athletes and everyday residents alike trust Texas Hardwood Flooring as their hardwood floor installers of choice.


Coppell was a small village of 700 when it was incorporated in 1955. Then, the opening of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in 1974 changed everything! Now, Coppell is home to an ever-increasing number of homes and businesses, many of which have used our hardwood flooring installation services!


Copper Canyon is the ideal place for the upscale family. This bucolic town is largely composed of spacious lots in quiet neighborhoods with quite sizable homes.


When looking for quality hardwood floor installation and refinishing services in Dallas, TX, Texas Hardwood Flooring is your go to flooring company. We have been serving Dallas for over 50 years. We’re proud to call Dallas our homebase, as it where we’ve executed more hardwood flooring installations than anywhere else.


Located on the far north end of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex in North Texas on Interstate 35, Denton is known for its active music scene; the North Texas State Fair and Rodeo, Denton Arts and Jazz Festival, and Thin Line Fest attract over 300,000 people to the city each year.


Fairview is a suburb of Dallas with a population of 10,354. Fairview is in Collin County and is one of the best places to live in Texas. Living in Fairview offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Fairview there are a lot of parks.


Texas Hardwood flooring is a top rated flooring company in Flower Mound TX, providing quality hardwood floor installation and refinishing services to home owners. We have been installing and refinishing hardwood floors in Flower Mound for over 50 years.


Forney, Texas bills itself as “A City Without Limits.” A bustling city on the eastern edge of the Metroplex, it is also a study in resilience. This remarkable mix of old and the new, has survived both economic downturns and tornados, and is flourishing. Today, the team at Texas Hardwood Flooring is regularly called to install floors in Forney’s homes and businesses.


In Fort Worth the landscape changes dramatically, from eastern woodlands to the beautifully primal and wide-open western plains. What doesn’t change in this area is the quality and standards at Texas Hardwood Flooring, and our commitment to excellence in hardwood flooring installation and refinishing for the folks of Fort Worth.


Frisco, Texas began its life as a watering hole for covered wagons and cattle drivers on the old Shawnee Trail (aka Preston Road, aka state Hwy 289). It remained a sleepy small town until around 1990, when growth began and has continued at a gold rush pace ever since. Texas Hardwood Flooring is busy year-round installing new hardwood flooring in this thriving community.


A large percentage of the land in Grapevine is taken up by the Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport, constructed in 1974. Its population boomed with the presence of the airport to over 50,000 residents. Growing alongside this this community, our team of local hardwood flooring installers has been proud to serve Grapevine business and homeowners for over 50 years!


Texas Hardwood Flooring is a reliable, high quality hardwood flooring company in Highland Park. We have been installing and refinishing hardwood floors in Highland Park for more than 50 years.


Highland Village, Texas is a small, rustic, residential city snuggled up against Lewisville Lake. From a population of under 500 when it incorporated in 1963, this municipality has blossomed in the wake of the DFW Airport construction, like many other nearby cities.


Keller advertises itself with a motto of “successfully balancing big-city comforts with small-town charm.” The city’s varied housing opportunities, from senior living facilities and multi-family apartments to patio homes and proud mansions, provide something for everyone. 


“Kessler Park has the topography of Turtle Creek Park, the historic grandeur of Swiss Avenue, and the neighborhood cohesion of Highland Park.”

– Douglas Newby


With Spring Trail Park along its east side and DFW International Airport on the west, Las Colinas is large, varied, and wildly popular. If location is everything, Las Colinas has it – centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, providing fast access to the entire DFW Metroplex.


Lake Dallas is enjoyed for its unique lakeside living and small-town feel within the heart of the expansive Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Despite the community’s small size, it boasts assets that are often found in larger cities: a lake, a marina, a private airport, and easy access to an interstate highway.


Lakewood is a completely zoned residential, so it will remain a small town in a charming natural setting, a peninsula on the shores of Lewisville Lake. The team at Texas Hardwood Flooring looks forward to our continued status as Lakewood’s most reliable hardwood flooring installers.


Lantana, Texas is the newest kid on the block! Lantana’s history is brief: Development started in 1999 after the Rayzor Ranch was sold to the builders. The first residents moved into this golf-centric master-planned community in the summer of 2001. Since then it has swelled to over 10,000 citizens and continues to grow. 


Frequently cited as a DFW “best place to live” in various media outlets, Little Elm, Texas is largely defined by its access to water. The city has more miles of shoreline (66 miles along Lewisville Lake) than any city in DFW. Almost anywhere you travel in town, the neighborhoods have a view of water.


Lucas, Texas, a city of rolling countryside ranch land, is bounded by Allen on the west and Lake Lavon on the east. Their motto is “a unique blend of big city amenities with a small city environment.” Lucas is another Dallas/Ft. Worth suburb growing like crazy.


Mansfield, Texas was incorporated in 1890 when it had a population of a little over 400. Today it is at 60,000 and growing, quickly. Texas Hardwood Flooring began to service this fine city approximately almost fifty years ago, offering the finest in hardwood floor installation.


McKinney, Texas is a distinctive town at the corner of US 75 and US 380, and also at the corner of the future and historic preservation. Our team of hardwood flooring installers in McKinney, TX is proud to have serviced many of the homes and businesses in this historic area.


When it opened, the M Streets area (named for the concentration of streets beginning with the letter M) proved very popular among young professionals new to the Dallas area who were looking for a neighborhood that offered both proximity to downtown and affordable houses.


North Richland Hills is the third-largest city in Tarrant County with a population of close to 70,000! It has quadrupled its population in the last forty years, with constant homebuilding and renovating that Texas Hardwood Flooring is glad to be a part of.


There’s no doubt that Dallas is best known for its fabulous shopping and two of the best shopping malls in the metroplex are located in North Dallas. For the ultimate high-end retail shopping experience, hit NorthPark Center, ranked among the top five shopping destinations in the country.


Plano, Texas is one of the largest suburban cities in the United States. This Dallas neighbor is home to almost 300,000 residents and is still growing as fast as almost any area in the country. As a Dallas-based hardwood flooring installation company with over 50 years of local service, we have made a noteworthy impact on this local community and regularly take on new projects in the Plano area.


Known as the golden corridor of Dallas, Preston Hollow is an affluent neighborhood home to many of Dallas’ wealthiest residents. The neighborhood’s abundant high-end shops and trendy restaurants make Preston Hollow an attractive home.


The city of Princeton in Texas is a great place to raise a family. The city offers a wonderful balance of suburban charm and modern amenities. One of the fastest growing places in Collin County, the city of Princeton, TX is known for onion-growing and the annual Princeton Onion Festival is the talk and pride of the town. 


Living in Prosper, TX, offers a multitude of benefits, from a thriving economy and exceptional schools to a strong sense of community and beautiful natural surroundings.


Richardson, Texas, founded in 1873, was one of the first of the suburban Dallas cities to blossom. In the 1950s and ’60s, it was a “bedroom community” of choice for commuters to downtown Dallas, with the population growing from 1,300 to 55,000 between 1950 and 1970. Since around that time, we have been serving this community with hardwood flooring installation in new and old homes and businesses!


Southlake, Texas, as its name suggests, is south of a lake; Grapevine Lake, to be exact. This beautiful suburb was incorporated in 1956, a few years following the creation of the lake. Texas Hardwood Flooring has had a strong presence here, having installed many hardwood floors and refinished numerous others here in Southlake TX.


Trophy Club, Texas. This unusually-named city on the shores of Grapevine Lake was the first “master-planned community” in Texas, and centers around the 36 holes of golf that snake through beautifully wooded neighborhoods.


University Park, Texas is a bit of an oddity, as it is an “inner suburb,” like its neighbor Highland Park. The two “Park Cities” are surrounded entirely by their huge neighbor, Dallas. University Park has maintained its size, independence and character even as the enormous metropolitan area around it grows and changes.


Just a tad north of downtown Dallas and connected by Klyde Warren Park, Uptown is a dynamic district with more than its fair share of shopping, restaurants, and nightlife destinations. The 130-year-old walkable neighborhood also boasts a free vintage trolley system.


Westlake, Texas could be the biggest city of its size around. This small town, founded in the 1950’s with the creation of the Circle T Ranch, in recent years has had a bit of a population boom. Westlake has grown nearly tenfold, from a population of 128 in 1970 to over 1,250 now. With more growth slotted for the future, Texas Hardwood Flooring is ready to help this community with its hardwood flooring installation needs.


“Honoring our past; Embracing our present; Planning our future.” That is the Wylie, Texas motto – and they definitely live up to it. There is so much to love about this great mid-sized city – Texas Hardwood Flooring is proud to install hardwood flooring in the houses and businesses of this fine city.