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Spaulted Oregon White Oak Flooring

Salvaged Spaulted Oregon White Oak...

After years of snow, rain, and sun the logs are naturally aged to perfection and saved from the slash pile by being transformed into beautiful reclaimed wood flooring...

Salvaged Oregon White Oak Flooring

Oregon White Oak

Rustic Oregon White Oak

Rustic Oregon White Oak

Spaulted Salvaged Oregon White Oak

Oregon White Oak

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Oregon White Oak Tree Fell on a Hot Summer Day Without even a Breeze

More pictures of the fallen Oregon white oak tree...

Oregon White Oak is used for railroad ties because of it exceptional strength and hardness
Oregon White Oak is used for railroad ties because of it exceptional strength and hardness
Oregon white oak is used for furniture, flooring, and railroad ties because of its exceptional strength and resiliency…

General Characteristics

Rustic Oregon White Oak Charactericstics
Sample 1...Sample 2...Sample 3

Rustic Oregon White Oak Characteristics

Sample 1:    Predominantly brown with a white wood streak
 

Sample 2:    Has Curly Grain and the highly sought after burl wood
 

Sample 3:    Has a typical med size knot with white flecking common through out our rustic oak floors. 
 


Knots will range from a very small pencil eraser size to the larger 3 – 4” in diameter. We encourage you spend extra time sanding the larger knots with very fine 220 grit or finer sand paper. Your time spent sanding will be a small investment to the over all beauty of the largest piece of furniture in your home, your floor.

Spaulted Oregon White Oak Laminated Counter Top

Spaulted Oregon White Oak Laminated Counter Top
  Spaulted Oregon White Oak Grain Structure…

The grain is described as open, with rays that are longer than those in red oak. There are occasional crotches, swirls and burls, and plain sawn boards have plumed or flare-grained appearance. The grain pattern is tighter, and figuring is usually lower in rift-sawn lumber. Quarter sawn materials often have a flake pattern, which is sometimes referred to as tiger rays or butterflies. White oak timbers are reported to have exceptional resistance to wear which makes them highly suitable for applications such as flooring in heavy traffic areas.

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