Solid Red Oak

Model: QC-HW-RO | Date:2013-06-21

Name: Red Oak Wooden / Real Wood / Hardwood / Solid Wood Flooring

Size: 300-1200 X 83 X 18mm
      300-900 X 90 X 18mm
      300-900 X 125 X 18mm

Joint: Tongue & groove 
Surface: UV lac/oil, smooth/brushed
End: micro bevel
Color: Natural color, or color-stained;
 Loading: 1200m2/20'FCL;
MOQ: Negotiable

Other requirements:
Smoked, handscraped, color-stained, multi-ply, other sizes, unfinished, etc are workable

Wood species: Red Oak
Latin: Quercus spp.

Wood Propeties:
Red oak holds wood stains evenly and comes in a wide variety of stain colors. It can be light or dark, but its distinctive grain pattern is almost always obvious. If you don't like strong grain patterns, oak is not the floor for you.Depending on the manufacturer, many plank floors are available in an unfinished state so they can be finished on-site. Factory finishes tend to be more consistent and more resilient, but you'll have more finish options if you have your floors finished on-site. Neither option is automatically better or worse; it depends on the project at hand. Know however, that factory finishes tend to cost less, and matching them at a later time is a lot less trouble.
The quality and consistency of the grain pattern is one of the characteristics that drives the price of an oak floor. The more consistent the grain, the more expensive the floor will be.

Of white oak and red oak, red oak is the more traditional choice. Popular for its light golden to reddish pink tones and its more unique "wider" strong graining patterns, red oak is a sound long-lasting wood product. It is the most prevalent species used for hardwood flooring. Its popularity lies in its durability and pleasing grain and color. It works very well in numerous areas of the home as furniture, flooring and woodwork. Because red oak is more common, it is less popular than white for very fine furniture, however.