Unfinished White Oak #1 - 3 1/4" Solid Hardwood Flooring

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Unfinished White Oak #1 Common 3 1/4" Wide 3/4" thick Plank Solid Hardwood Xulon Flooring

         

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Unfinished White Oak Hardwood- #1 Common Solid Plank Specifications:

Construction

Solid

Species

White Oak

Grade

#1 Common

Thickness

3/4-inch thick

Width

3 1/4-inch

Length

Random board lengths up to 7.25 feet

Edge Details

Square Edge / 
Square End

Janka Rating

1333

Installation Method

Nail or Staple Down

Installation Level

On-Grade or Above-Grade

Unfinished White Oak #1 Common 3 1/4" Wide 3/4" thick Plank Solid Hardwood Xulon Flooring

 

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Jason Marchinek
Okay, but not great.

I installed and refinished wood floors for about 2 years professionally. This wood is adequate, however there were a lot of crap wood in there. There were way too many pieces with junk tongues (enough so they had to be top nailed) and chatter marks across the surface. About 20% I had to toss and just wasn't acceptable for flooring.

My only other grip is that the wood is much darker or there's a lot more darker pieces than most of the #1 common white oak flooring I've installed. So this didn't blend well with the rest of the floor purchased earlier this year. Fortunately they're in bedrooms and so separated from the main rooms, hallway, etc. by doorways. Little harder to notice the overall darkness of the floor compared to the rest, but it is noticeable.

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Jason Marchinek
Okay, but not great.

I installed and refinished wood floors for about 2 years professionally. This wood is adequate, however there were a lot of crap wood in there. There were way too many pieces with junk tongues (enough so they had to be top nailed) and chatter marks across the surface. About 20% I had to toss and just wasn't acceptable for flooring.

My only other grip is that the wood is much darker or there's a lot more darker pieces than most of the #1 common white oak flooring I've installed. So this didn't blend well with the rest of the floor purchased earlier this year. Fortunately they're in bedrooms and so separated from the main rooms, hallway, etc. by doorways. Little harder to notice the overall darkness of the floor compared to the rest, but it is noticeable.