White oak is one of the most durable and versatile hardwood flooring options. It’s very popular in the southern United States because of its warm hues that give off of beach-like vibe.
Unlike other wood varieties, the way white oak looks is influenced by how it’s cut from the trees. Grain patterns can either have peaks known as cathedrals, or a long, straight pattern that’s more complicated to produce and results in a higher-end product.
Because of it’s golden hue, we do not recommend staining white oak floors. Steller’s team can work with you to recommend both flat-sawn and quarter-sawn varieties based on market availability and price.
Each solid white oak plank is ¾ inches thick, 5 inches wide, and between 2 and 4 feet long. The wood is sourced from the highest quality lumber from Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Quartersawn white oak with a clear, satin polyurethane finish brings out the wood’s long architectural grain and ray-fleck shimmer.
Natural white oak with a clear, satin polyurethane finish has a wheaten tan coloration and a beachy feel.
Steller Floors is committed to both high-quality wood and high-quality craftsmanship. In practice, this means: