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Red Oak (Quercus Rubra) is a large size tree that originated in North America. Red Oak wood has sapwood that is white to brown and heartwood that has a light brown to a reddish pink color. Red Oak is mostly straight grained with a coarse texture. Red Oak wood is hard and heavy with average strength and stiffness, and above average wear resistance. Red Oak can be stained with a wide variety of finish tones. Red Oak lumber uses include cabinet making, flooring, furniture, molding, paneling, doors and veneer.
Cook Lumber Company recommends Red Oak lumber being used for any projects that needs to have high quality, good strength, high resistance to wear and good visual characteristics with an excellent finish.
Cook Lumber Company has the capabilities to provide large quantities of Red Oak lumber to companies worldwide while complying with all national and international lumber laws.