Oak Lumber

Oak Lumber


USES:  Cabinets, furniture, architectural millwork, veneers, moldings, doors, trim, flooring, boat building and many more…
ORIGINS: White Oak is widespread throughout the Eastern U.S. but can be found in more limited quantities and many sub-species as far west as Oregon
BOTANICAL NAME:  Quercus alba
COLOR DETAILS: Sapwood is light white and heartwood can range from tan to light brown.
WEIGHT: Approximately 3.9 lbs. per BF Kiln dried
WORKABILITY: Machines, nails and screws very well with pre-boring advised. Takes a nice stain and finishes well.


White Oak Lumber for Sale

Wood Vendors supplies only the finest White Oak Lumber from reputable sources insuring not only the best quality, but also the highest yield.  Domestic Oak sales comprise roughly half of all US hardwood lumber sales.  White Oak tends to be slightly more expensive than the more abundant Red Oak but there is a large sustainable supply domestically and given its exceptional value, there is no wonder why it is so widely used.  White Oak is impervious to liquids and therefore used extensively for ship building, barrels as well as outdoor benches.