About White Oak Lumber:
White oak is mostly straight-grained with a medium-to-coarse texture. Having longer rays than red oak, white oak has more figure. It machines well, nails and screws well, although pre-boring is advised. Due to its reaction with iron, galvanized nails are recommended. Its adhesive properties are variable. The wood dries slowly, but stains to a good finish. White oak is a hard and heavy wood with a medium-bending and crushing strength, low in stiffness, but very good in steam-bending. It has great wear-resistance.
White Oak lumber is mainly used in furniture, flooring, architectural millwork, moulding, doors, kitchen cabinets, paneling, barrel staves (tight cooperage), and caskets.
- 3/4: Prime - 7' and longer lengths
- 3/4: Comsel and #2A Com and Rustic