2.25" Smooth Natural Red Oak

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Hardwood Bargains 7.5" wide Wire Brushed Massa White Oak flooring is a high-quality and durable option for any home or commercial space. The wire brushed texture adds a unique and rustic touch, while the white oak material ensures longevity and strength. This flooring also comes with a 50 year finish warranty, providing peace of mind and assurance of its durability.

Not only is this flooring durable and long-lasting, but it is also versatile in its design. The neutral white color of the oak can complement a variety of design styles and color schemes. It is perfect for modern, contemporary, or traditional spaces, and can be paired with a range of furniture and decor.

In addition to its aesthetic appeal and durability, this flooring is also easy to maintain. The wire brushed texture helps to hide scratches and scuffs, making it perfect for high-traffic areas. It can be easily cleaned with a simple damp mop, and the 50 year finish warranty ensures that it will retain its beautiful appearance for years to come. Overall, Hardwood Bargains 7.5" wide Wire Brushed Massa White Oak flooring is a top-quality and affordable option for any space.


Product Type
Tongue & Groove
Claritage Extra Finish
84"  (Random Length) Random length flooring is flooring that comes in boxes or cartons made up of varying plank lengths. This gives the floor a natural look and prevents patterns during installation, efficiently maximizing all of the lumber used in milling.
Wear Layer
SF Per Box
2.8 lbs
67.2 lbs
Finish Warranty
Install Options
Float Glue Nail
Floor Care Guide

Frequently asked questions

What is tongue & groove construction?

Tongue and groove is the type of joint construction on wood flooring planks that allow them to easily fit together. One side of the plank has a projection called the tongue while the other side has a groove to match. The panels are laid flat with each tongue fitting into the groove next to it. This allows the planks to interlock seamlessly across the floor. Tongue and groove flooring can be installed in either a glue down, nail down or floating method. If floating tongue and groove, a seam glue is used to adhere the tongue and groove together.

What is a solid floor?

Solid hardwood planks are just as they sound, a solid piece of wood from top to bottom. This kind of wood typically tends to be a denser floor, making them stronger and more durable than other types of constructions. Solid hardwood needs about 2-3 weeks to acclimate in your room/home prior to being installed. Solid floors must be installed above grade only as they are susceptible to moisture and expansion over time. Glue or nail down installation are the only 2 options with solid floors as they generally cannot be floated.

How can this floor be installed?

Floating floor installation can be done on almost any sub floor (wood, OSB, concrete, or even existing floors). The term floating refers to the fact that the planks do not need to be nailed or glued down. Floors that can be floated come in a click and lock or a tongue and groove construction. You need to purchase a wood seam glue that will resist moisture and hold the flooring together. A protective pad or underlayment is generally place underneath a floating floor to limit the transmission of sound when walking and as a protectant against moisture.

Glue-down installation process is when the floor is glued to the subfloor using a special flooring adhesive. From a do-it-yourself standpoint, this is generally considered the hardest of the installations and requires a high skill level. As with with nail down, it is best to have a professional installation crew execute this if you decide to go this route for installing your floors. There are many types of glue that can be used but it is important to get a high quality, waterproof flooring adhesive.

Nail down installation is the process of securing the floor to the subfloor with either nails, staples, or flooring cleats. This method requires significant equipment and a professional installer is generally recommended for these types of installs.

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