American Red Oak

Origin: North America
Botanical Name: Quercus Rubra
Tree Category: American Hardwood
Intensity: 740 Kg/m3

Medium-to-high density White Oak is the most dominant species growing in the hardwood forests of North East America and Southern Canada. Red oak, which has a rapid growth feature, can have a height of 20-30 meters and a diameter of 1 meter. Pre-drilling is recommended for screwing and nailing Red Oak, a relatively easy-to-work species.


It has a characteristic ring-porous vein pattern. Oak, which has a solid, heavy and dense structure, has a sapwood from white to light brown in color and heartwood from pink to red-brown.

Usage areas:

  • Interior decoration
  • Furniture production
  • Window – door production
  • Flooring – parquet production