- Wood: Red Oak
- Grade: Select & Better - Unfinished
- Stain: None
- Warranty: 50 Years
- Min. Order Qty: 200SF
Red Oak is the most popular of all hardwood options in the United States. It's strong, can take a beating, comes in a range of beautiful, warm, reddish-brown hues; and can complement a variety of interior design settings. Consider this reputable domestic hardwood for your living space.
Top 3 Things to know about this Red Oak Unfinished Hardwood Flooring
Our Red Oak is harvested and milled in the United States. Ask, some is produced in China.
Excellent Average Lengths - This product is consistently averaging out higher than the industry average.
Select & Better Grading
Select and Better has consistent color and grain throughout. Almost completely free of knots and mineral streaks. This is generally considered the highest grade of unfinished wood, and because of that there is less color variation and it tends to cost more as well.
Some Interesting Facts About Red Oak
Red Oak can be found all throughout the United States and Canada. There are multiple species and subspecies of the tree located in North America, where the largest species can grow to reach heights of roughly 150 feet and widths of more than 4. In addition to its use as hardwood flooring, Red Oak is also used to make agricultural tools, furniture, cabinetry, and more. Red Oak is the official state tree of New Jersey.
The Benefits of Red Oak Hardwood Flooring in Your Home
Red Oak hardwood flooring is quite durable, with a Janka Hardness Scale score of 1290. When it comes to determining resistance to indentations and dings, this wood is used as the benchmark of which all other hardwoods are compared -- it's the industry standard. Red Oak then is great for high-traffic areas; holds up well to daily wear and tear.
Red Oak is also a stunning hardwood, with a tight vertical grain, and colors that range from light to dark brown, with a warm reddish hue. The tone darkens over time. And with its traditional, unassuming look, Red Oak hardwood flooring warms and complements any home decor; rustic, modern, traditional, eclectic, contemporary -- the possibilities are endless.