Oak is one of the most popular deciduous tree species and one of the most valuable types of timber that can be found in Europe, North America and Asia.
Its popularity is largely due to its properties. Oak wood is heavy, hard, resistant to abrasion and, above all, very stable. The light colour and diverse structure are undeniable advantages, which have contributed to such a wide use of oak wood. All these factors combined have made the oak timeless. Over time, the wood darkens, acquiring a shade of noble antique.
Wooden floors offer the possibility of optical interior shaping. The size of the elements used, the design pattern and its direction have a significant impact on the perception of the room. These floors can be used for generations because they are very durable and economical. Renovation of the same floor can be performed 3 to 5 times, depending on the usable thickness of wood strips.
Oak wood is used for solid and robust structures, production of floors, furniture, small-sized vessels, veneers and coopers’ products. It is easy for handling with cutting equipment as well as suitable for varnishing and staining.