Mixed Oak Skip Planed
Prized for its durability the mighty oak was utilized extensively in historic structures. From the hay barns of Missouri, tobacco barns of Kentucky to the large timber frame dairy barns of New England. Settlers of old found it plentiful and a worthy building material similar to the great oaks of Europe.
Sourced: Midwest Hay barns, Kentucky Tobacco Barns, Historic Dairy Barns
Characteristics: Natural Checking, Mineralization, Knots, Ferrous Stains, Nail Holes
Spec: Flat Sawn, Original Surface Solid. 3/4”x 4,5,6”x 2-12’ Tongue&Groove, Back Relief, Square End, Unfinished, Brushed Skip Planed Engineered (Baltic Birch Substrate) ¾” x 4,5,6” x 2-12’ (Custom Widths/Lengths Available) Tongue&Groove, Square End, End Matched, Unfinished, Pre-Finished, Brushed Skip Planed
(Custom Widths/Lengths Available)