Source: USA (especially Appalachians), Ohio, Kentucky 
Slightly redder tinge than While Oak, although difficult for an untrained eye to tell the difference. it's Flake figure is less prominent than white oak's, Slightly courser grain, with large, rounded, open pores; a little easier to finish as well, though both are excellent
Exceptional Stable Uses: Nearly all common uses of hardwoods, and especially popular where strength and durability are required; not for water-tight or water-resistant purposes, were white oak is the choice.

Red Oak

  • FAS-1F 4/4 thru 8/4 in thickness 8' thru 16' in lengths

    Note: Available in widths 6" and wider