Twenty different kinds of oak trees grow in Tennessee, but the red oak is the most bountiful. Its dark bark, in warm earthy tones of brown, gray, and black, appeals to the senses. Run your hands over its surface and feel its ridged texture. Our red oak flooring is harvested locally from small stands within a sixty-mile radius of Nashville. This wood is also well traveled as it is commonly used for coffin boards sent to Ireland. Tennessee is one of only a few areas that can produce such a product.
Red Oak flooring custom finishes include:
Davy Crockett – Celebrated as Tennessee’s best known hunter and frontiersmen, Crockett is a nineteenth century hero. With warm hues, random plank lengths and natural character, this sturdy Tennessee red oak wood flooring will return you to generations past when Tennesseans used local lumber to build their homes.