Unfinished White Oak #3 - 6" Solid Hardwood Flooring

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Unfinished White Oak #3 Common 6" Wide 3/4" thick Plank Solid Hardwood Xulon Flooring Utility

          

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Unfinished White Oak Hardwood- #3 Common Solid Plank Specifications:

Construction

Solid

Species

White Oak

Grade

#3 Common utility

Thickness

3/4-inch thick

Width

6-inch

Length

Random board lengths, mostly short boards

Edge Details

Square Edge / 
Square End

Janka Rating

1333

Installation Method

Nail or Staple Down

Installation Level

On-Grade or Above-Grade

 Grade #3 cabin grade sold AS IS, no return and no warranty.

If you are looking for flooring at a great value and enjoy projects that may entail some extra labor, then #3 graded flooring may be the best option for you. Grade #3, Common 3, Utility, Cabin, Value Grade are all different names for the same grade flooring. It’s the lowest grade flooring after grades: Select, #1, Common1, #2, Common2.

It has a warm rustic cabin ambiance in oak consisting of small, large and pocket knots with veins running through it. Matching wood filler should be used to fill these knots (recommended filler Bona Pacific Filler). Expect the flooring boards to be random length ranging from less than 1 foot to 3 feet. Consider that there will be flaws in the flooring boards and that extra labor may be necessary. Flaws on your flooring may be amended simply by filling pocket knots with wood filler and squaring off insignificant cracks on the butt joint, short splits or broken tongue and grooves.  Some boards may have an "x" marked on them.  When boards are run through the mill, they are marked with an "x" to indicate that boards are a grade #3, common grade, or value grade.  These boards do not qualify for Select down to #2 and that is why they are sold at lower prices. The “x” will be sanded off when finishing the floor. Please check out how beautiful this flooring can be when it’s finished in the pictures above.

Unfinished White Oak #3 Common 6" Wide 3/4" thick Plank Solid Hardwood Xulon Flooring Utility

 

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Robert Gould
Great end results with twice the labor.

The vendors description is fairly accurate. I purchased 450+ sq ft for a shop floor. Most of the board were 1-2 feet. I think there was one long board in each bundle. If you are going to use this wood you need to plan, you can't just open a bundle and start nailing. The first thing you need to do is sort all the boards by size and sub sort by flaws. Then you need to pick the right boards for the right spot so that the damage isn't a problem, like a bad grove goes against the wall and big knots will end up under something. You will have to sand to get rid of the marks left by the inspectors but I then used the sawdust like grout between cracks. With all the short boards you can pick the right length to end a row and may not even have to cut. Some of the flaws were odd grain patterns which I actually thought looked to nice for a floor but I made sure they ended up in a spot to be seen. If you want a floor where you can slide across it in socks this isn't the product for you. In the end I am happy with the product but you should plan on spending at least twice the amount of time to lay the floor than it would take with perfect wood.

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