Oak Wood Paneling

Salvaged and New Oak Paneling

(Left Coast White Oak - Oil finish)

ThinClad Paneling

ThinClad is 3/8" thick x mixed widths 3", 4", and 5" x 2' - 10' random length (Longer if available). This is a more economical option for creating beautiful oak walls than the full size flooring / cladding. It is a precision milled tongue and groove profile featuring a micro-bevel. The milling allows for a hidden fastener install, creating a clean look.

Flooring and Cladding

3⁄4” thick x (specified width 3", 4" or 5") wide x 2‘-10’ random lengths (or longer, if available). The thickness of this Oak means that it can be used for flooring as well as thicker profile cladding. Available as a tongue and groove or tongue and groove with a micro-bevel. The tongue and groove is recommended for flooring and tongue and groove with micro-bevel for wall cladding.

Available Materials

Pacific Golden Oak

This product originates in Oregon, as a "rescued" product from conifer harvest in the Pacific Northwest, Pacific Golden Oak is rich in color and character. For flooring, it is considerably harder than common White Oak from the eastern United States. You'll see a variety of grain, knots and checks, and colors ranging from luminous soft wheat, strawberry blonde & red ochre, caramel & deep sun-kissed tan, with a few accents of rich espresso.

- No finish or low VOC finish

(No Finish)

Legacy White Oak

FSC® Certified White Oak provides you with a beautiful product while supporting sustainable forest management. Available in both character and select grade, depending on if you want a more rustic or polished look. This is a great option to use on projects where you are seeking LEED points. Use this on the inside of the house and our Kebony for rain screen or decking to get more LEED points on your project!

- No finish, low VOC finish, natural oil or white oil

(No Finish)

Left Coast White Oak

This natural beauty from the untamed far west, Left Coast White Oak is at home in a rustic or modern environment. Perhaps the hardest available White Oak for flooring, this variety grows exclusively in a narrow swath of the West - or "left" coast, between the 34th & 49th parallels, and is 25% harder than common White Oak from the eastern United States. You can't go wrong with the natural rugged features of this strong Oak.

- No finish or oil finish

(No Finish)

Just added to your wishlist:
My Wishlist
You've just added this product to the cart:
Go to cart page