Roasted Red Oak 4/4 Lumber Pack: 6 Boards, Choose Your Size

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Roasted Red Oak 4/4 Lumber Pack: 6 Boards, Choose Your Size

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Roasted Red Oak 4/4 Lumber Pack: 6 Boards, Choose Your Size

Why Choose Roasted Red Oak?
Achieve a unique look in your projects with the combo of bustling grain texture and natural near-black color. A simple clear oil finish will turn the wood black. What's Roasted Lumber? The lumber is heat-treated in a chemical-free process that uses heat and pressure that makes it weather-resistant and oxidizes the natural color to dark brown.

What's in the Pack?
  • 6 beautiful boards
  • Minimum widths of 5-7" or 7"+
  • Choose your length between 36", 46", or 72"
  • Planed smooth on the face and back
  • FREE BONUS! Straight line rip on one edge
Thickness 4/4, S2S is 13/16" thick
Width 5-7" or 7"+
Length 36", 46", or 72"
Quantity 6 Boards
Grade Select & Better. (info)

About Lumber Sizes & Shipping Length Restrictions

Roasted Red Oak lumber packs come with YOUR CHOICE of sizes. Here's what you can expect.

5-7" or 7"+ Widths

We're here to help you build a successful project. Choose what works for you.

36", 46", or 72" Lengths

This is the range of lengths you can choose from for this pack.

13/16" Thickness

Also known as 4/4, S2S. This means the boards you'll receive will be surfaced on 2 sides (S2S) to 13/16" actual thickness.
Learn more in our blog: "What Does 4/4 Mean in Lumber?"

Lumber 101: What to Know About Hardwood Lumber

lumber random widths Random Widths
You will cut and/or glue to create the sizes you need
rough sawn vs surfaced lumber Surfaced Smooth S2S
We buy rough sawn lumber and have it surfaced 2 sides (S2S) so you're ready to work
rough sawn vs surfaced lumber Kiln Dried
We stock kiln dried lumber and store it in a protected warehouse
rough sawn vs surfaced lumber 83%+ Clear
Unless stated otherwise, we stock Select & Better graded lumber that's at least 83% clear one side
  1. Pick a wood you like
  2. Decide how much you need
  3. Give us your specs (if you have any)

This is the unit of measurement for hardwood lumber when it's bought/sold in random widths and random lengths.

Board footage is a measurement of volume, and it's abbreviated Bd. Ft.

One board foot is equal to 144 cubic inches.

board foot formula

It's a fraction that refers to rough (RGH) sawn thickness of lumber, and it tells you approximately how many quarters of an inch make up the thickness.

Surfaced lumber is thinner because it started out as rough sawn but it's been planed smooth. Planing removes thickness.

Rough Sawn (RGH) Surfaced (S2S)
4/4 ~1" 13/16"
5/4 ~1-1/4" 1-1/16"
6/4 ~1-1/2" 1-5/16"
8/4 ~2" 1-13/16"
12/4 ~3" 2-13/16"

Unless otherwise specified, our lumber is "Surfaced 2 Sides" or S2S for short.

Check out our blog for the full explanation.

lumber thickness Lumber Compared
Various lumber thickness as compared to one another

If you can cut your own pieces to size, here's how we can help:

  1. Enter requirements into the order form where it says, "Minimum Size Request"
  2. Tell us what you want to acheive or make
  3. You will receive wood that can yeild what you need. (You will create the final size)
  4. We may need to contact you for clarification

You will cut and/or join your material to create the finished sizes you need. We'll pick out wood that will give you enough to do that. For this reason, the final amount of footage you receive in your order will be slightly different, and your final billed charge will be different.

If you want to only buy pieces of an exact size, that will be sold differently. Please contact us for a custom quote.

Sadly, wood cannot be 100% guaranteed to be clear on both sides all the time. Most of our lumber is graded "Select" and better, which means it's at minimum 83% clear on one side.
Hardwood grades explained
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November 4th, 2023
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Richard A
Feasterville, PA
Enthusiast Woodworker
Great looking lumber!
I previously purchased roasted red oak which is a great medium to work with. It's a very dark wood, sands well and is easy to finish. However, I ordered the wrong size. I have a small shop and 7”+ for the width and 72” length is too large to work in my garage shop. I know it’s my fault, but I had to give 4 stars…
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice
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May 5th, 2023
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Suffolk, VA
Professional Woodworker
Great Product
I used this to make a memorial flag display for a friend. It turned out great. The wood milled well and finished beautifully with lacquer.
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice
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December 29th, 2022
Gorden
Albuquerque
Enthusiast Woodworker
Great Choice for Outdoor Projects
The roasted oak is absolutely beautiful for our outdoor table. The lumber was easy to mill and finish. The finish I used was 2 applications of Teak Oil sanded to 220 and a final coat of mineral oil. BEAUTIFUL
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice
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