Post Oak Flooring 2017-10-19T14:57:53+00:00

TEXAS POST OAK FLOORING STYLES

Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring
Texas post oak hardwood flooring

TEXAS POST OAK SPECIFICATIONS

  • Available in 5/8 in. sawn face engineered and ½ in. solid.
  • 5/8 in. engineered available in random widths 3′′ – 9′′, lengths from 1.5 – 6 ft., avg. length 4 ft.
  • ½ in. solid available in random widths 2-1/4” – 5”, lengths from 12” – 42”, avg. length 28”

ENGINEERED VS SOLID

engineered vs. solid diagram
engineered vs. solid diagram
See Engineered vs Solid

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TEXAS MESQUITE
RECLAIMED OAK
SOUTHERN PECAN
LIVE SAWN OAK
RECLAIMED TIMBERS

TEXAS POST OAK FLOORING

Texas Post Oak is a beautiful tree indigenous to Texas and the great southern plains. Texas Post Oak wood is a white oak that’s subtle and nuanced, unlike any oak we’ve seen. It’s full of detail, hushed character and gorgeous grain, but there’s nothing domineering about it. It provides a clean canvass open to individual interpretation. Post Oak ingratiates itself with our clients who know what they want. It’s a captivating wood that cries out for sun-soaked rooms and statement projects. It’s earthy, alluring and incredibly rare in design work.From leading architects and builders to design-centric homeowners, we work with the most knowledgeable people around. And yet, it isn’t uncommon to see with a look of bewilderment when we mention our Oak flooring. Texas Post Oak, sometimes called Iron Oak, is a wood that is finicky and rarely worked with. It borders on unheard ofIt took us over three years of developing to come up with a process that makes this wood sing. Yet, we could see its refined beauty and knew the arduous hours would be worthwhile. Now this uncommon wood is one of our most desired. Out of our uncompromising respect for resources, we only use dead-standing trees, or trees cleared for new development. We do not accept any trees – that are for the sole purpose of profiting.