white oak hardwood flooring

Monmouth County homeowners love the look and feel of hardwood. We sell more hardwood at Floor Coverings International Monmouth County than any other flooring material. One of the most popular species of hardwood with homeowners in the greater Monmouth and Ocean County area is white oak. Its popularity will come as no surprise to anyone familiar with its many benefits. Here is some more information about white oak hardwood flooring:


White oak is a simple, subtle hardwood. With a soft, straight wood grain and subdued swirls, this hardwood complements modern aesthetics as well as traditional. White oak ranges in coloration from beige to medium brown. It’s hard to beat the timeless warmth of white oak floors that glow in the natural light.


We carry hundreds of oak hardwood options, from white oak plank to parquet flooring. White oak comes in an impressive variety. Looking for an authentic, rustic white oak? Try hand-scraped. Need something to match your Scandinavian-inspired loft? A glossy, blond white oak plank would be a great option.


With a Janka hardness rating of 1,360, white oak is a strong and sturdy hardwood. It is also water resistant due to its closed-pore cell structure. In fact, white oak used to be a common material in oceangoing ships. Given its relatively strength and affordability, white oak is a tremendous value. With minimal maintenance, your new floors will last for generations.


White oak is native to the Northeastern United States, where it is sustainable grown and harvested. This cuts down on the pollution from overseas shipping, as well as helps to grow the American economy.

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For more information about white oak and your other hardwood options, your local flooring experts at Floor Coverings International Monmouth County are here to help. With thousands of flooring options, we know that it can be hard to choose just one. Let us bring samples to you and help you decide on the right floors for your family. Call today to schedule a free consultation!

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