Red Oak Floors Red Oak has great commercial significance in North America. It does not have the blotching issues that are associated with Birch or Maple. It is used often for furniture, flooring and millwork.
The big and majestic Oakwood is multi-faceted for building ships, furniture, veneers and paneling. However, the most obvious choice is the use of it in hardwood flooring. As with most floors, Red Oak will undergo a color altering process with exposure to oxygen and sunlight.
SPECS: Appearance: is white to light brown in color. Grain: a long straight grain. Characteristics: red oak floors are easier to clean than white, because they are more porous, making the wood more tolerant of cleaners and refinishers.