Red Oak is one of the most important woods to the timber production in North America. The average Red Oak grows to be 60 to 90 feet in height, 1 - 2.5 feet in diameter and has a branch spread of 45 feet at full maturity. The tallest grew to 140 freet. It grows at nearly two feet a year for 10 years and can continue to live up to 500 years. It is used in the lumber business for many things, flooring being one of those.
Oak flooring is one of the most popular used in America, Red Oak specifically. Red Oak comes in a variety of stain colors from light to dark. The grain can be heavier or lighter depending on how the board is cut. It is highly resistant to dents and deep scratches and has attention grabbing grain patterns.