Gale Reese Flooring November 23rd, 2018 - 01:16:30
Red oak is the most popular species of hardwood flooring and has been for hundreds of years. It is a timeless floor and something that will never go out of style. The natural red oak is rated as the best hardwood floor for a resale home because it is a classic. You can't help but admire. The grain is very heavy, making it desirable for many clients. Since most wood stairs in the majority of homes are made out of red oak, you can achieve a near-perfect match with a red oak hardwood floor.
Even though red oak is often considered to be old-fashioned and installed only in contemporary settings, it can be stained in very unique pastel, colors and installed in a modern environment. We also have many distressed and textured finishes perfect for a rustic home or cottage the board. Lengths and our red oak hardwood flooring are incredible. It comes in lengths up to eight feet with an average length of 48 to 54 inches. This is almost double the industry average of 27 to 29 inches. The long lengths provide a flowing natural look, which you'd expect of a hardwood floor typical red oak hardwood floors with short lengths, provide a very choppy looking floor.
Our finishing method is different for each species of wood and red oak requires more coding than most species. This is to fill the grain in and avoid a piton look that you see in lower quality red oak floors. Our finish is two-and-a-half times thicker than most competitors, which will give you an extremely smooth finish and durable floor for more information on red oak hardwood flooring.