Red Oak Hardwood flooring

The look of Red Oak

Red Oak has a generally even grain. Because it grows slowly, oak is notable for having many growth rings on each board. Variations in color are very limited over time, even if it is exposed to intense light. Nevertheless, Mirage applies a UV protector at the finishing stage to preserve all the luster of its original color.

The sapwood of the oak ranges from white to pale brown, while the heartwood is reddish brown.

Ordinary wear and tear is hardly noticeable due to oak's open grain and natural reddish color.

Oak: Rich color, classic style!

The colors of Red Oak
Nordic
Cape Cod
Carousel
Isla
Natural
Rio
Golden
Château
Treasure
Driftwood
Hopscotch
Hudson
Papyrus
Nevada
Windsor
Barn Wood
Seashell
Rock Cliff
Sandstone
Sierra
North Hatley
Fossil
Auburn
Tree House
Charcoal
Savanna
Platinum
Waterloo
Bolton
Umbria
Canyon
Nightfall
Rich Oak
Havana
Coffee
Vienna
Java
Graphite
The Facts on Red Oak

More than 200 subspecies of oak are found in North America. The Northern Red Oak is found all over the eastern United States and in the southeast of Canada. However, because of the climate, the northern and southern Red Oak are different. Further north, the harsher winters slow growth and yield a harder wood. Trees can reach a height of 125 ft. (38 m) and considerable diameter.

Hardness: 1290 lbs.

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Variations, knots, cracks and other natural characteristics for an authentic appearance

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Foxwood Flooring will be transitioning with our sister brand Mirage Hardwood Floors.

You will be able to add to your existing Foxwood floor, or choose from the much expanded Mirage Hardwood Floors collection.

Rest assured that you will continue to have the same quality and service that the Foxwood brand was known for.