Unfinished White Oak flooring is a timeless look that will be able to last centuries in your home. Solid hardwood flooring is one of the most eco friendly options in the world for flooring in your home. Typically a hardwood floor in a home that is SOLID lasts over 100 years and is able to be updated to mesh with the trends and times of the current era.
What Makes Wood Flooring Supply Unfinished White Oak Hardwood Flooring “Premium”
Our hardwood flooring is premium because it is of the highest quality milling. Our wood is used by actual flooring contractors dedicated to the hardwood flooring craft. Our wood is NWFA certified and sanctioned. This is the real deal. We do not sell discount wood or a low quality mill product. Our wood comes from one mill that is smaller and ensures very quality wood. This wood offers straight boards, good lengths, little to no over/underwood. Many other mills and products online offer a bad product that you will have to really sand to get flat. By doing this you are wasting quality wood and thickness off the floor, giving your floor a major disadvantage to begin with.
Another aspect of quality unfinished white oak hardwood flooring is you will have a much easier install, less cracks and a better overall product once done. Our wood is acclimated correctly, kiln dried perfectly and it really shows. As a contractor in the trade for over 20 years, quality wood really makes and breaks the job.
Why White Oak Flooring Over Other Types
Unfinished white oak hardwood flooring is a great option for any home in any area. The beauty of white oak is, it is domestic, durable, able to be stained easily and pretty affordable. It really is the champion of hardwoods since it is the most versatile wood in America.
Advantages of Quality Unfinished White Oak Flooring
- Easier to install
- Better looking boards
- Long lengths
- Straighter boards for a better installation
- Less sanding needed
- Acclimated correctly
- Kiln dried the right way
- Awesome milling
- Very little over/under wood from milling
- Correct Grading
Pro’s of Unfinished White Oak Flooring
- Full 3/4″ thickness
- No squaks or pops like engineered hardwood
- Janka Rating 1360
- Ability to be installed anywhere in USA
- Coefficient of movement is low
- Most stainable wood
- Domestically harvested
Unfinished White Oak Flooring FAQ’s
Can You Stain White Oak?
Yes, unfinished white oak hardwood flooring is a great hardwood to stain. White oak tends to not change the color since it has a mild undertone. Also, the grain structure allows for it to hide scratches easily. You can view all our stains here.
How strong is unfinished white oak flooring?
White oak janka rating is 1360. It is stronger than red oak but weaker than maple and hickory.
Is white oak flooring stable?
Yes, white oak is one of the most stable hardwoods in the USA. Unfinished white oak flooring is in the middle for janka rating, stability and really offers the best of all worlds in the hardwood flooring industry. Read more here.