Oak hardwood has a hard coarse texture, and after finishing and planing it gets a smooth and gentle texture. There are approximately 450 different species of oak wood and he grew up mostly in the northern part of the world. Most ones can be found in forests in the carbonated areas. Oak hardwood beams are common and desirable for the construction industry, particularly the rustic oak beam type that can give a warm feeling inside the House.
We can use oak wood lumber for interior furniture like wooden legs, wooden chairs, and the applications continue for construction barrels for aging alcohol, flooring, veneer cabinets, etc. In ancient times the oak lumber beams also used for building ships, boats and agricultural tools.
Oak wood and oak beams are common in several sizes and shapes for different manufacturing and construction industries because of its natural rich and powerful appearance that integrates well with its colorful shades. The oak hardwood grows slowly and therefore its fibers have high density and can give him its strength. Additionally, oak wood and rustic oak beams have high endurance capabilities and low pressure wear enabling its products a long life. Oakwood has also great stamina to stay many years in hostile environments and it is responding well with hand tools, machinery, iron, water vapor, colours, and various adhesives to create beautiful finishes, bents and rich product appearance.
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