White Oak is similar to Red Oak in that both have moderate graining and color variations, as well as much the same grain patterns. The biggest difference between the two wood species would be the hint of reddish pink undertone in Red Oak, compared to the brownish/gold of White Oak, making White Oak a great option for those that love the graining in both, but would prefer to leave the slight reddish hue out of their floor. The two also differ in their Janka Hardness Rating, with White Oak being the harder by a very small margin of just 70 points.
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