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About Oregon White Oak
Also known as Garry Oak - it is one of only 4 native Oak species on the West Coast. It is known for its density, durability, and resistance to decay. A recent study found that untreated fence posts will last 18 years in the ground! Oregon White Oak is widely used for furniture, flooring, and barrels. Rift sawn and quarter sawn material has been incredibly popular lately. It also takes stain and dyes well, making it one of the most versatile species on the West Coast!
What's in stock?
We specialize in wide quarter sawn and rift sawn White Oak lumber 4/4 - 8/4 thickness. We also stock live edge White Oak and square edge White Oak lumber 4/4 - 12/4, and wide live edge bar top and table top slabs.
Give use a call for inquiries regarding current inventory and pricing.