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Looking for pre-finished red oak

Posted by theresa2 (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 12, 13 at 19:24

I'm looking for a quality pre-finished natural northern red oak with a character grade of #2. I would be happy with 3' average length or better. I would also like a random width of 3", 4", and 5". Can anyone recommend a product?

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RE: Looking for pre-finished red oak

Forgot to mention 3/4 solid HW.

RE: Looking for pre-finished red oak

I am in search of walnut floors and I have received several samples from these manufacturers - all samples were beautiful - you can check their websites for red oak:

Elmwood Reclaimed Floors
Olde Wood ltd
Heritage Wide Plank Flooring
Reclaimed Designworks
Carlisle Wide Plank

It's a tough decision for us to make!


RE: Looking for pre-finished red oak

Try looking into Homerwood. I've bought their products in the past but not the prefinished ones.

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