Size： 8*4’, 7’*4’, 6’*4’, 7’*3’, 6’*3’, customized Grade B： Slight discolor, small crack, No hole, No fibre Thickness： 0.15-1.0mm Grade A： No discolor, No fibre, No hole, No splits Grade C： Medium discolor, Slight pin, bean hole, Light fibre Grade D： Discolor, splits, egg size holes no more than 3
Red-Oak is one of the most popular trees in North America. It is a deciduous tree, meaning it loses its leaves in the fall, and typically grows to be about 50-60 feet tall. The bark of a red-oak is dark brown or reddish in color, and the leaves are dark green and have pointed lobes. In the fall, the leaves turn a beautiful red or orange color before they fall off the tree. Red-oak trees are very long-lived, and can live for over 100 years! They are also very strong and resistant to disease and pests.