White Oak


Our most popular hardwood flooring choice, white oak provides an ideal mix of aesthetics, durability, and finish options.

Species Notes


Light brown with golden tones.


Rays are longer and more open than red oak with some swirls and burls. Riftsawn has a tighter grain pattern, while quartersawn has a flake pattern, or Medullary Rays.

Finish Options:

Timberline partners with a local company to offer custom staining to meet the look you’re trying achieve. This includes color-matching pre-existing floors.



Nail, Glue, or Float

This flooring is not intended for below-grade or radiant heat applications.



Sweep and/or vacuum the floor as often as possible.

Never wet-mop a floor.

Only use cleaners that are recommended by major wood floor finish or wood floor manufacturers.

Use walkoff mats and area rugs at all doorways.

Put floor protectors on the bottom of all furniture and anything else that might rub on the wood floor.

Wipe up all spills immediately.

Keep pet nails trimmed.

Consider using runners/area rugs in high-traffic areas.

Keep your home at normal living conditions for your area—no extremes of humidity or temperature.



Janka: 1225



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