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Red Oak: Budget-Friendly with Heavy Grain Patterns
Growing in a variety of geographic locations in the United States, Red Oak is readily available and economic. It often has large, cathedral-like grain that features natural wood patterns.

Wheat Oak: Specially Sourced for Straight Grain
Wheat Oak is a specially sourced strain of Red Oak. We procure northern varieties of Red Oak that are lighter in color and have straighter grain patterns than Southern Red Oak. This results in a consistency that looks similar to White Oak but is more affordable.

White Oak: Fusing Rift-Sawn & Straight Grain
A common option for hardwood flooring, White Oak makes a terrific stair tread. It blends together rift-sawn and straight grain lumber that give varied textures but with a consistently lighter color than Red Oak.

Hard Maple: Light Grain Patterns and Easily Stainable
If you would love the warmth of wood but could do without heavy grain patterns, Hard Maple is an excellent choice. It has a naturally light color and can be stained virtually any color.

Tigerwood: Natural Variation
Large, tiger-like stripes feature prominently in this exotic species that grows in a variety of regions in the southern Hemisphere. If you appreciate a blend of dark and light colors, contrasting grain patterns, and bold statements, Tigerwood is the clear winner.

Floating Stair Treads

Wood Species

Red Oak: Budget-Friendly with Heavy Grain Patterns
Growing in a variety of geographic locations in the United States, Red Oak is readily available and economic. It often has large, cathedral-like grain that features natural wood patterns.

Wheat Oak: Specially Sourced for Straight Grain
Wheat Oak is a specially sourced strain of Red Oak. We procure northern varieties of Red Oak that are lighter in color and have straighter grain patterns than Southern Red Oak. This results in a consistency that looks similar to White Oak but is more affordable.

White Oak: Fusing Rift-Sawn & Straight Grain
A common option for hardwood flooring, White Oak makes a terrific stair tread. It blends together rift-sawn and straight grain lumber that give varied textures but with a consistently lighter color than Red Oak.

Hard Maple: Light Grain Patterns and Easily Stainable
If you would love the warmth of wood but could do without heavy grain patterns, Hard Maple is an excellent choice. It has a naturally light color and can be stained virtually any color.

Tigerwood: Natural Variation
Large, tiger-like stripes feature prominently in this exotic species that grows in a variety of regions in the southern Hemisphere. If you appreciate a blend of dark and light colors, contrasting grain patterns, and bold statements, Tigerwood is the clear winner.

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