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European White Oak Flooring ($11.95/SF)

Regular price $11.95 USD
Regular price Sale price $11.95 USD
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About this product

New engineered European white oak flooring makes for hard-wearing, durable hardwood. Sustainably sourced directly from white oak forests in France. Our premium engineered wood makes the best flooring for any climate.

  • Profile: Tongue & Groove, Back Relief (engineered flooring)
  • Thickness: 5/8" (4 mm wear layer)
  • Width: 8.5"
  • Length: 2-9' (specific and extra-long custom lengths available)
  • Price: $11.95 per sq/ft

Our unique engineered European white oak flooring comes in multiple hues including light browns and tans with heavier grain features.

Prices are per square foot

Product Details

We are excited to present our new engineered European white oak flooring. This resilient, long-lasting hardwood is ideal for installations in any environment. It is supplied directly from sustainably sourced French white oak forests, making it completely environmentally friendly. Because of the engineered tongue and groove profile, these floors come with a moisture barrier to help prevent defects in high-moisture regions.
The European white oak flooring comes in beautiful light brown and tan hues with heavier grain highlights. Our 5/8"-thick (4 mm wear layer) boards are 8.5" wide and available in lengths ranging from 2 to 9 feet.

Prices start at $11.95 per square foot, or $406 for each box of 34 square feet.

Because it is not as widely available as other species, French oak stands alone in terms of tradition and sophistication as a flooring material. For this reason, it is a very sought-after and trendy choice for people with great interior design taste and style. It has been a popular flooring material for hundreds of years. The natural tone and wide, lengthy planks create a cozy, rustic atmosphere.

As a slow-growing tree species, the oak has earned a reputation for its strength and height around the world. They typically top out at heights of 60 feet, but have been recorded as high as 140 feet tall. Although several countries, including the United States, Canada, Russia, China, and Germany, produce oak flooring, French oak has a rich heritage that sets it apart. In the 16th century, the French began producing wooden floors using a technique called parquet.

French white oak flooring is widely considered to be one of the best in the world. This is largely attributable to the majestic French oak trees and the very fertile European soil and moderate climate.

As a result of its wavy grain, European oak tends to have more prominent character marks than American oak. Furthermore, French oak flooring planks can be both broader and longer since European oak trees tend to grow to a slightly higher height, allowing for wider sapwood.

Moreover, we are one of the few manufacturers who transforms it into engineered flooring, which is superior in aesthetics, durability, and utility in any environment thanks to its added moisture barrier. These flooring are great for both commercial and residential settings, and they may be installed in any room of the house.

In common with most homeowners, you probably enjoy showing off your place to friends and family. It's not only a spot to unwind in, but also a representation of who you are and how you like to express yourself. In a similar vein, a normal business owner wants their place of business to be a place of relaxation for their customers while inspiring their staff to do their best work.

If you're in the market for new flooring for your home or business, it's important to find something that can withstand the wear and tear of everyday use as well as the stresses of your professional and personal responsibilities. Our Euro French engineered oak flooring scores exceptionally well in terms of durability, endurance, and maintenance.

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Frequently Asked Questions!

Is white oak a hardwood or a softwood ?

The difference between softwood and hardwood is not in the wood's strength but in the way the trees reproduce. Hardwood is not always stronger than softwood. Hardwood, on the other hand, is typically more dense and robust than softwood.

What is the difference between American white oak and European white oak?

When it comes to color, both European and American oaks are comparable, but European oak is typically a shade or two darker. While European oak has a rich honey gold hue, American oak leans somewhat pinker.

What is the difference between oak and white oak?

Oak is a type of hardwood, while white oak is a specific type. Oak is typically a dark brown or reddish color, while white oak is light in color and has a more pronounced grain than the other kinds.

How can you tell a white oak?

There are many ways to identify a white oak tree, but one of the easiest is to look at the leaves. White oak leaves have a distinctive lobed shape that is easily recognizable. They are also typically a lighter green color than most other types of oak trees.

Is white oak water resistant?

As a closed-grain wood with many of its pores covered with Tyloses, White Oak is resistant to water, deterioration, and rot. Keep in mind that this does not make the floor waterproof; to keep it looking and functioning at its best, you should avoid letting water stand on it and promptly clean up any spills.

What colors go with white oak floors?

We appreciate the comforting quality of charcoal, but we also know that granny-chic is in for 2022, so pastels (such as light blue and purple) are a great choice to complement white wood. The room will be bright and cheery with these gentle wall colors, just the way Grandma would want it.

How long does European white oak flooring last?

European oak is a great option for hardwood flooring since it is both long-lasting (it can endure for more than a century) and widely available (it is farmed and processed in the United States).

How do you take care of white oak floors?

Maintenance in the form of frequent sweeping and cleaning will preserve the flooring' beauty and prolong their life. Allergens that might otherwise settle on the wood floor and be trapped by carpets are instead kept in the air. You can sweep the floor or use a lightweight vacuum to get rid of the dust.