Solid Hardwood Boards- 3/4" Thick and Various Widths
Available in : Red Oak OR Mahogany
- Kiln dried for stability
- Surfaced Four Sides (S4S)
- Clear, select, and better grade are virtually clear of any defects giving it a superior finish
- May be edge glued to create a solid board.
- When stained, the grain pattern shows much more easily. Even putting on a clear finish will make the grain stand out .
Red Oak which can be found in cabinetry and household furniture, grows throughout the Eastern part of the United States. Having a generally straight grain and coarse texture, red oak is a relatively hard and durable hardwood. The color of red oak can vary from a light brown to a pinkish brown, depending on which part of the tree it originates. Red oak dries slowly but can stain to a very nice finish.
Mahogany which is used for flooring and fine furniture, grows in several locales globally, with some being the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Honduras, New Zealand, and tropical Africa. Having a generally straight, uniform, fine grain and smooth texture, mahogany is a dense hardwood with good strength and great durability. The color of the wood is a dark reddish-brown. Mahogany can stain fairly well.