Special Woods Collection
Red Oak is a general term used for more than 200 subspecies common to North America, differentiated by color variation. There is little difference in color between sapwood and heartwood. The wood is light in color and reddish in tone. The grain is open and coarse with a tight grain pattern. Quarter sawn lumber can have a flake pattern, also known as butterflies of tiger rays. Northern Red Oak scores a 1290 on the Janka hardness scale and is the benchmark average rating. Southern red oak is slightly softer, scoring 1060 on the Janka scale.
Stainable to any color desired but not necessary due to natural colors.
2.25" / 3.25" / 4.25" x Random Lengths
On or above grade only- Nail down only- Not for use over radiant heat- Professional Installation Required