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Red Oak
There are more than 200 subspecies of Red Oak in North America. There is a great variation in color and grain depending on the origin of the wood and differences in growing seasons. Red Oak heartwood and sapwood are similar in appearance, which is light-colored with a reddish tone. The grain of red oak is more open and somewhat coarser than white oak.

Also known as: Northern Red Oak, Canadian Red Oak, Maine Red Oak, Southern Red Oak, Black Oak, Gray Oak, Eastern Red Oak, Appalachian Red Oak, and Quercus Rubra.

Specifications Tongue & groove. Red Oak
The wood photographs on this website cannot accurately represent actual color or appearance of the wood due to the differences in the way monitors render images.
Widths 2 1/4", 3", 3 1/4", 4", 4 1/4" 5", and 5 1/4" widths.
Color Properties Heartwood and sapwood are similar in appearance, which is light-colored with a reddish tone.
Packaging Packed in nested bundles.
Finish Material is supplied unfinished and prefinished.  
Grades Clear Grade, Select & Better, #1 Common, Rustic / Character Grade
Hardness 1360  
Stability 10.05  
Origin North America  
   
 

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