Also Known As

Stave Oak


4/4, 5/4, 6/4, 8/4



  • Net 5″ wider 7′ and longer
  • 7′ is packaged separately in the 4/4 only
  • 6/4 and 8/4 are cut on a strict 90/80 color
    spec. Minimal sapwood


  • NHLA selects pulled to width 4.0″– 5.0″
  • Sorted 7′ – 12′
  • Available in 4/4 only


  • NHLA selects pulled to width 5.0″– 5.5″
  • Sorted 7′ – 12′
  • Available in 4/4 only


  • NHLA selects 6′ only. NHLA 4″ and wider
  • Available in 4/4 only

1, 2, 3 COM

  • NHLA 3″ wider 6′ longer

FSC Available

Yes View certificate

Rustic Available

Yes (4/4) View images of rustic products

Rustic White Oak

Boules Available

Yes, please call for our current inventory availability.

Physical Characteristics

White oak has a light brown heartwood and slightly paler sapwood. It is strong, tough, dense, tight grained, durable and beautiful. Our White Oak hardwood is harvested from prime timberland in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. White Oak lumber is water resistant which makes it the primary species for whiskey and wine barrels. Along with Black Cherry, it was a signature wood used in mission style furniture by Gustav Stickley in the Craftsman style in the Arts and Crafts movement. It is still used in fine furniture today, as well as in doors, mouldings, caskets, boat decking, flooring and outdoor applications. Kiln dried White Oak is rated as one of the best hardwoods for machining and steam bending.

For more information or quotes on White Oak hardwood in truckload quantities, call us and speak to one of our lumber specialists. Mixed species, thickness and grade inquiries are welcome.