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Wood Floor Refinishing Contractors in Oklahoma City, OK

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Prescreened Wood Floor Refinishing & Restoration Services in Oklahoma City, OK

Armadillo Hardwood Floor
61 Verified Ratings
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(405) 415-0680
2609 Firestone
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
M B Millwork Handyman
25 Verified Ratings
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(866) 552-7925
5800 Northwest 18th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73127
Fisaco, Inc.
1 Verified Ratings
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(877) 726-5785
1136 NW 81st St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
After The Fact Remodeling and Reconstruction
16 Verified Ratings
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(866) 212-0999
14814 Southeast 132nd
Newalla, OK 74857

Serving Oklahoma City, OK
Brad M. Tankersley Construction Co., Inc.
6 Verified Ratings
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(405) 272-0400
1133 North West 1st Street
Oklahoma City , OK 73106

Serving Oklahoma City, OK

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Cost to Refinish Wood Flooring in Oklahoma City

Most homeowners spent between:
$1,071 - $2,668
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Reviews of Oklahoma City Hardwood Floor Refinishers

Project: Refinish Wood Flooring
Oklahoma City, OK w

They were always on time floors look good

Project: Refinish Wood Flooring
Oklahoma City, OK w

AMAZING JOB, HIGHLY RECOMMEND Carlos and his crew exceeded our expectations and did a wonderful job making our floors look wonderful! From start to finish, everything was pleasant. A great example of professionalism and excellent customer service. Our original plan was to refinish our whole home after finding we had hardwood underneath the laminate. Unfortunately, we assumed the whole home had hardwood. After removing all the laminate, we found that the living room and kitchen didn't have hardwood. Carlos was happy to come out and go over our options with us. Well, we were determined that we wanted a nice flow to everything, so we had Carlos install new wood in the two rooms and we were VERY pleased with the results. We highly recommend Carlos and his crew for your flooring needs!

Project: Refinish Wood Flooring
Oklahoma City, OK w

I was going to have them do one area of my floors and when I saw what a good job they did I had them do additional work.


Unscreened Flooring & Carpet Contractors in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

TaylorMade Enhancements, Inc.
4801 S. Henney Rd.
Choctaw, OK 73020
Case Handyman Services
1112 N.W. 50th
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Oklahoma Clean, Inc.
P.O. Box 909
Bethany, OK 73008
Nationwide Floor & Window Coverings
409 S. Fretz, Suite A
Edmond, OK 73003
Floor Expo Company
17923 N. Portland
Edmond, OK 73003

Things to Consider Before You Refinish or Restore Hardwood Flooring:

  • What are you looking for?
  • Does the floor have any of the following problems? (Check all that apply)

    Water damage
    Pet stains
    Don't know
  • Where are the hardwood floors located?

    Living room
    Dining room
    Stair Landing
    Family room
  • Select the stain color you would like for your refinished wood floors:

Ideas & Inspiration from Oklahoma City Flooring & Carpet Contractors

Oklahoma City Wood Floor Refinishing

With a strong economy bolstered by the oil, natural gas, and agricultural industries based in the city, the residents of Oklahoma City enjoy strong employment numbers. However, compared to the rest of the country, OKC, as residents call it, is far below average in terms of home prices, making it an ideal market for first-time homebuyers and young people in general. In fact, though it is still much lower-priced than throughout the rest of the country, real estate within the city limits is among the highest priced in the state.

With a slow but recovering real estate market that represents an excellent investment opportunity for out-of-state transplants, Oklahoma City homeowners have a great opportunity to sell. As a homeowner, making small updates and restoring or renovating older homes, including refinishing the wood floors, is a smart move if you want to get the most out of your home both personally and on the competitive market.

Local Cost Info

With a number of historical and upper class homes throughout its boundaries, the prevalence of wood floors is high in Oklahoma City homes. To maintain this luxury feature, residents of the metro area pay, on average, $1,863, with most paying between $1,342 and $2,775 to have several hundred square feet of wood flooring refinished. By contrast, the national average is only $1,552. However, the number of large and historical homes in the OKC area may explain the higher costs, because more square footage or older, historical wood require more in-depth work.

Licensing and Qualifications Needed 

The state of Oklahoma does not require general contractors, including flooring professionals, to hold a license to work in the state so long as they are residents of it. Non-resident contractors do not need a license, but they must provide a bond equal to three times the tax liability of any project they contract for within the state. Oklahoma City follows the state's lead and has no licensing requirement for contractors working within its boundaries.

Other Projects to Consider 

To be really thorough and get the best results, there are a few additional jobs to consider alongside any wood floor refinishing project. Namely, these projects include more intensive work on the floor that is mainly needed for especially old, historical properties or those that have been subject to extreme conditions such as flooding, fire, or, in the case of Oklahoma, tornadoes.

Repairing Wood Floors- For small areas of damage, it may be possible to simply repair the area during the refinishing process. This might involve resetting the floor or replacing a few boards.

Replacing Wood Floors- Sometimes the damage done to a wood floor is too extreme to cover up with refinishing or repair in small spots. In this case, a complete replacement of the floor is necessary.

Prominent Neighborhoods in Oklahoma City

With a population of over 1.3 million people spread out over 620 square miles in three separate counties, Oklahoma City is a broad and diverse area with many different and exciting neighborhoods. The city is physically and culturally divided in half by the course of the North Canadian River, which transects into two areas, North OKC and South OKC, that were actually once two separate municipalities. Each offers distinct neighborhoods and lifestyles that include historical districts with 19th century gems, remodeled mid-century family homes, and sprawling estates fit for large and multigenerational family living.

Downtown- With over 7,600 residents, downtown Oklahoma City is about as urban as it gets in the Great Plains. Taking up 1.2 square miles in the geographic center of the city limits, Downtown is the center of business and government for the city and state with a variety of multi-family units, apartments, condos, and townhomes.

Crown Heights/Edgemere Heights- Located north of Downtown, the upper middle class Crown Heights-Edgemere Heights area prides itself on its small-town feel that attracts many families. It features a variety of family homes in the Tudor and Colonial Revival style that range from the "average" price in Oklahoma of about $175,000 to close to $1 million.

Southside- Also known as the I-240 corridor, this area in South OKC remains blue collar despite the massive growth of retail and big box stores along the highway. Homes here date back to the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, and may need renovation and modern updates, especially when it comes to their flooring.

Belle Isle Corridor- This area in North OKC includes both Mayfair and Belle Isle, middle class strongholds with a variety of renovated mid-century homes. Directly to the north lies Nichols Hill, a popular area for OKC's wealthiest residents. Many homes here are on large plots of land and include membership to the exclusive Oklahoma City Golf & Country Club.