Old Growth White Oak
FINISH: Sanded

White Oak - Smooth - Uncoated

Product photography and samples are to be used as a general guide. Color as well as percentage, size and shape of markings will vary. Sizes are nominal, not actual.


MATERIAL: Old Growth Wood
COATING: Uncoated
Availability Type Width Length Thickness Finish / Texture
Special Order Solid 3"-6" 2'-10' 3/4" Sanded
Special Order Solid 4"-8" 2'-10' 3/4" Sanded
Special Order Solid 6"-10" 2'-10' 3/4" Sanded
Special Order Solid 8"-11" 2'-10' 3/4" Sanded
Special Order Engineered 3"-12" 2'-8' 5/8" Sanded

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Exterior Cladding Exterior Pavers Interior Walls Interior Floors Kitchen Countertops Other Countertops Wet Areas Traffic
No No Yes Yes No No No Medium Commercial

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Care + Maintenance
Initial Cleaning Standard

Dry Mop


Follow manufacturers instructions for finish applied on site.

Refer to Care + Maintenance PDF for descriptions and cleaning instructions for materials treated with Natural Oil or UV Cure Aluminum Oxide. For uncoated materials, that are finished on site, follow the manufacturers instructions.

Important information about this material
A popular hardwood that stands the test of time, Old Growth White Oak contains sound knots and checking. It is precision milled to produce a pleasant mixture of rift, quartered and plain sawn planks. This material is produced to order. For solid wood, please allow a 4-5 week lead time for production. For Engineered Wood, please allow a 6-7 week lead time for production.
(The pre-finish applied to the surface of the wood.)
No Uncoated materials are ideal for clients wishing to apply their own site sand and finish.
(Materials may be resin filled.)
No Large knot holes, checking, nail holes, worm holes and other similar characteristics will not be resin-filled. Note that any substrate used in application may be visible through the holes in the material.
(Standard practice of allowing the moisture content in the wood to adjust to application.)
7-10 Days To properly acclimate materials, the wood should be unpacked and left in the dry, temperature controlled (60-70 degrees) jobsite after all other construction has been completed. Failure to properly acclimate materials may result in the boards warping.

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