American Cherry • Hickory • Red Oak • Walnut • White Ash • Quarter-Rift White Oak • Cathedral White Oak
White oak is time-tested. It has a look that gives it the versatility for any room decor. It takes stains very well which can completely change the look to your specific desires.
In Mesa grade, our White Oak it will contain color variation, knots up to 2” in diameter (including open knots), holes up to 3/4” in diameter, cracks that don’t compromise the integrity of the flooring, along with other character marks. We do allow edge defect in this grade. Lengths of planks vary from 1’ to 10’, with an average of 5’. Mesa grade White Oak results in a floor with lots of contrasting color and character.
In Madera grade, our White Oak will contain a range of color, knots (both sound and open) up to 2” in diameter, holes up to 3/4” in diameter, some cracks and pith, unlimited sapwood (normally a small amount) along with other occasional character marks. We do allow edge defect in this grade but some clear boards are also included. Lengths of planks vary from 1’ to 10’, with an average of 5’. This grade results in a floor with an overall rustic appearance, but with some clear boards and very nice length.
In Casa grade, White Oak will contain color variation and knots up to 1-1/2” in diameter, along with other occasional character marks, but no edge defect. Small open holes, up to 1/4” in diameter, are also allowed. Casa grade White Oak results in a floor with beautiful contrasting tones, and sound defect requiring very little fill. Lengths of planks vary from 1’ to 10’, with an average of 5’.
Hacienda, our highest grade, has less extreme variations in color than Casa grade. It is almost free from knots, with only occasional small pin knots (up to 3/16” in diameter) allowed. Lengths of planks vary from 1’ to 10’, with the average of 5’. This creates a floor with a refined look, more consistent color, and long length.