quercus alba

White oak has always been used extensively from shipbuilding to making whiskey barrels. Early growth White Oak was abundant from southern New England down through the mid-Atlantic states and out to the Midwest. It was also commonly used in building barns, granaries, silos and even bridges. The early growth White Oak has an imbued chatoyance that is irresistible and can fit into any application or appearance. Its dark golden richness is timeless and the elegance of it is enhanced by tung oil. This has a color that can’t be reproduced in new wood. Some of its characteristics include: straight grain patterns, like distressing, knots, nail holes, warm travel, and evidence of natural and man-made markings.


  • Plank widths: 4-12”+
  • Thickness: 3/4”
  • Lengths: 3-12ft+
  • Milling profile: straight edge, tongue & groove
  • Texture: smooth
  • Application: flooring or paneling
  • Plank: solid or engineered

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