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Oak registers at 1360 on the Janka Hardness Scale so it is durable and scratch resistant. Oak hardwood flooring is a great option for high traffic areas such as entryways, hallways, and kitchens. The tree’s name is a bit of a misnomer since Oak’s heartwood ranges from tan to brown. WhenOak flooring is paired with modern design, the result is a calm and clean atmosphere.

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About Oak Flooring

What do chicken soup, apple pie and White Oak flooring have in common? All of these things are mainstays of American culture, but only a White Oak floor will stick around for a while. 

Tradition can be a beautiful thing and it doesn’t get any more traditional than White Oak hardwood flooring. One of the most common and popular choices for wood flooring in the U.S., White Oak flooring is an industry staple because of its reliable performance and unwavering durability. However, there is a lot more to this type of wood flooring than its pretty surface. 

White Oak is a domestic hardwood that grows prolifically throughout the U.S., particularly east of the Mississippi River. It's the state tree of Maryland,Illinois and Connecticut, as well as a legendary fixture at the Governor's Mansion in Hartford. White Oak gets its name from the light grey, almost silvery bark coating the tree. Able to grow and thrive in various habitats, White Oak can live for hundreds of years, resisting water damage, disease and pest damage. 

In its time of towering majesty, White Oak has served as a food and flavor source. During the American Colonial Period, early settlers and Native Americans incorporated the tree's seedlings, acorns, into their diets. Today, White Oak barrels are used to imbue wine and whiskey with distinctive hints of "oakish" flavor. Patriotic and tasty, White Oak is a tree of many uses. However, as a flooring option, it is a testament to classic, exquisite decor. 

White Oak planks carry golden overtones in the heartwood, while the sapwood verges toward paler tones. White Oak hardwood flooring is easy to stain, so color choice is expansive and versatile. This makes it a great option for anyone looking for anything from white hardwood floors to light wood floors to dark wood flooring. The grain pattern is considerably uniform, giving it a cohesive, consistent, clean appearance. With a Janka hardness score of 1360, White Oak hardwood flooring is capable of enduring a lot of abuse and traffic while managing to keep a flawless facade. There is a reason that White Oak has been a remodeling favorite for decades. 

So, are you feeling that White Oak engineered flooring is right for your next project? Will this classic American staple make the perfect floor for your home or business? You might have a hard time answering that question without being able to visualize the floor. You could visit multiple flooring companies to get a sense of White Oak, but it might take time you don’t have and might not be worth the money you would spend. How about a sample that comes straight to you, with no out-of-pocket cost?

We will express ship a sample of White Oak to your front door, free of charge. Light wood floors or ebony wood floors, the choice is yours. Take, compare and decide what type of flooring you want at your own convenience — on us! White Oak is a true American beauty and has the ability to transform your space into something legendary. Let us help you start the journey.





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