Character / Color:
Over the years many cultural groups have considered the oak a sacred tree and have valued it for its size, hardness and longevity. The American white oak has a darker and denser wood than the red oak, a medium coarse texture and an often irregular or cross-grain. On the longitudinal plane, pretty figures or stripes give the light yellow to medium and dark brown wood a decorative note. The large and wide wood rays underscore this decorative character with their vivid grain or spindles.
Furniture and panel,doors, exterior veneer, barrels, construction timber for exterior work, parquet, stairs, wagons and boats, roof plates