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    Band Sawn White Oak T/G Wood wall
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    Band Sawn White Oak T/G Wood wall
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    Band Sawn White Oak T/G Wood wall
    Band Sawn White Oak T/G Wood wall
    Band Sawn White Oak T/G Wood wall
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    Band Sawn White Oak T/G Wood wall

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    • Random Lengths from 18" - 92" 
    • All Pieces are End Matched

          White Oak is abundant in the North East Texas region. It has amazing tonal shifts from light to dark and when assemble into a surface it creates and beautiful array of colors. The application of the band sawn surface adds a linear hatch perpendicular to the the grain of the wood producing a cross hatch pattern when installed. This surface treatment was used in one of our favorite architectural project: The Catalina House by Rick Joy

     

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  • A home in Dallas, TX designed by Wernerfield Architects with Texas Post Oak paneling on the ceiling.
    A home in Dallas, TX designed by Wernerfield Architects with Texas Post Oak paneling on the ceiling.
    A home in Dallas, TX designed by Wernerfield Architects with Texas Post Oak paneling on the ceiling.
    A rustic hunting cabin in Texas with Texas Post Oak wood paneling on the ceiling.
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    Texas Post Oak

    Texas Post Oak

    A fierce tree found growing in the Texas Post Oak Savannah, Post Oak is a staple of the Texan landscape. This wood is hard,  hard as a Texas Ranger faced with lawlessness, or possibly batting against Nolan Ryan in 1981. 

    Texas Post Oak, scientifically known as Quercus stellata, is a medium-large sized deciduous tree native to the southern United States, notably Texas. Its distinctive features include deeply lobed, glossy dark green leaves with irregular edges, which turn various shades of yellow and brown in the fall. 

    Post Oak produces small acorns, enclosed in shallow, scaly cups, which serve as a significant food source for wildlife mainly squirrels. Thriving in diverse soil types, from sandy to clay found across what's known as The Texas Post Oak Savannah, Texas Post Oak is renowned for its resilience to drought once established. With its rough, dark gray bark and broad, rounded crown, it provides essential habitat for various wildlife species and contributes to soil stability. 

    Historically valued for its dense wood in construction and furniture making, as well as its cultural significance in the region, Texas Post Oak remains a cherished component of the Texas landscape, prized for its ecological and aesthetic contributions. 

    It's really hard, like, really really hard, which makes it perfect for applications requiring a high level of durability. It has tons of knots, like TONS.  Most of the time, tons of knots means rustic, and Texas Post Oak is certainly that, but this species also mixes well in very contemporary designs. Designers have been known to paint every wall white in a space and let Post Oak be a warming agent for an otherwise sterile environment.

     

     

     

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    • Shipped in 250 SF Bundles
    • End Matched - T/G All Four Sides
    • Random Lengths of 18" - 94”
    • Estimate 10% waste for this product.
    Regular price $987.50 USD
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    #2  Rustic Yellow Bald Cypress T/G
    #2  Rustic Yellow Bald Cypress T/G
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    #2 Rustic Yellow Bald Cypress T/G

    This #2/3 grade of Yellow Bald Cypress is full of character with large amounts of knots. 

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     This species is a great choice for cabins, ranch homes or any other space that needs something unique. 

    Owning up to it's name, #2/3 Yellow Bald Cypress sports a range of warm yellow tones to dark brown tones, which makes it an amazing surface for reflecting light in an interior space. 

    Yellow Bald Cypress grows straight and tall, often with few knots, making it a great wood for those looking for long, clear lengths of lumber or siding. It's resistance to rot makes it perfect for exterior construction applications. Its strong and durable nature makes it one of the best woods to use for woodworking projects, furniture, and exterior cladding, providing an attractive and lasting finish for years to come

    • Shipped in 250 SF Bundles
    • End Matched - T/G All Four Sides
    • Random Lengths of 18" - 94”
    • Estimate 10% waste for this product.
    Regular price $987.50 USD
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  • thermally modified wood
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    Thermal Ash Slat Wood Wall WP-94


    Thermally modified wood slat wall paneling can be an excellent choice for your wall, offering a range of benefits that make it a compelling option.

     

    Thermally modified wood has a unique and elegant appearance. The process of thermal modification enhances the wood's natural grain and color, resulting in a stunning, rustic aesthetic. It can add warmth and character to any space.

    Thermally modified wood is highly resistant to decay, insects, and moisture. This means your slat wall paneling will maintain its integrity and beauty for years to come, even in high-humidity environments like bathrooms or kitchens.

     Many manufacturers use sustainably sourced wood for thermal modification. This eco-friendly choice ensures that you are contributing to responsible forestry practices and reducing your environmental impact.

    The thermal modification process significantly reduces the wood's moisture content, making it less prone to expansion and contraction due to temperature and humidity changes. This stability means your wall paneling will maintain its shape and appearance over time. 

     Wood is known for its ability to improve indoor air quality by moderating humidity levels. This can contribute to a healthier and more comfortable living environment.

    High-quality materials like thermally modified wood can increase the overall value of your property. Potential buyers often appreciate the aesthetic and durability of wood paneling. Incorporating thermally modified wood slat wall paneling into your space can be a wise investment in both the aesthetic appeal and long-term functionality of your home. It's a sustainable, durable, and beautiful option that can transform your wall into a striking focal point while providing numerous practical benefits.

     

    • Shipped in 250 SF Bundles
    • Length of 92”
    • Estimate 20% waste for this product.
    Regular price $4,500.00 USD
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We're as proud of our history as we are of our wood molding. Recognized as the oldest family owned sawmill in the state of Texas, we proudly became a Texas historic business in 2018. We've been in business for over sixty years in our grand state of Texas and God willing for sixty more.

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