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Red oak is a type of hardwood tree with 40 species and more than 200 subspecies indigenous to North America, southeastern Canada, Mexico and Central America. Colour ranges from a pale tan to a medium brown with a reddish hue.

The grain is open, and the texture of the wood is coarse and porous with a dull lustre. Depending on how it's cut, it can have different patterns. Grain patterns are determined by machining; plainsawn lumber has a grain pattern with a plumed or flared appearance, riftsawn planks are tightly grained, and quartersawn planks have a flaked pattern, also known as tiger rays or butterflies.

Red Oak is the median standard, rated at 1,290 on the Janka hardness scale, making it a great choice for flooring. It’s not so hard that it scratches easily, but not so soft that it dents easily. 

Red Oak Hardwood Selection

We carry a wide variety of grade sizes at great prices!

Prefinished Select and Better Natural


20% OFF

2 3/8" X 5/8" 
2 3/8" X 5/8" 
6" - 7" X 5/8"

Custom staining is available for an extra charge. Free staining for orders over 1500 feet. 

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