Due to surging lumber demand, the quoted lead time is our best estimate. Additional delay is expected until raw material stabilizes.
White Oaks' natural beauty is best revealed when our family sawmill mills the entire log into planks, like we used to do it. Cutting planks from the top down through the center until only the sawdust is left demonstrates the tree's true character when we are able to see it from the inside out. This sawing method was past aside many generations ago in favor of higher yields on the dollar, instead of the stump. But we didn't forget and we know you'll be proud walking on White Oaks showing their mature strong character.
With light-colored sapwood and light to dark brown heartwood, white oak is mostly straight-grained with a medium to coarse texture. It is a hard and heavy wood with medium bending and crushing strength and a natural durability that makes it resistant to decay.