American Red Oak

American oak is a hardwood species that grows mostly in the eastern and central parts of America. Since the American oak is grown as a plantation, it is less knotty and has a clear pattern, and at the same time, its rapid growth with the plantation production method makes it a sustainable tree. American red oak has light brown and pinkish hues. It is a tree that is highly resistant to water and weathering effects and is less likely to rot. With its solid structure, it is resistant to strength, wear and tear. These features make it preferred in heavy traffic areas. Although American oak is a hard wood, it is prone to machining, nailing, gluing and screwing and gives successful results. At the same time, it is easy and beautiful to color, and its moire structure is another feature that makes it attractive.

American oak timber has become a frequently preferred product in flooring, furniture, carpentry and decoration works thanks to its durability, longevity and decorativeness. In addition, it can be used in many different areas such as ship and boat keels, construction, flooring, architectural joinery, exterior joinery, sills, doors, paneling, sleepers, barrels, kitchen countertops and wooden bridges. If desired, its production as a seamless (solid) panel is also very high quality.