White Oak and its slightly more abundant cousin, Red Oak, are among the most plentiful, useful hardwood trees grown in the U.S. Red and White Oak can be used to manufacture many types of products, including oak moldings. In addition to their poplar moldings, Bosley Mouldings produces a very large number of oak moldings.
Of course, almost any type of wood can be used to make moldings on request; Bosley Mouldings regularly builds architectural moldings from Maple, Pine, Ash, Cedar, Bass, and a number of other trees. Poplar and Oak, however, are their two most popular woods for making moldings.
Oak is an extremely important wood in the United States. More than 35 percent of the commercially available hardwood in America is Red Oak; another 15 percent is White Oak. Oak can be used to make everything from doors to casework to moldings--all of which are available through Bosley Mouldings.
In addition to selecting and milling their own lumber to create oak moldings, Bosley Mouldings can finish your moldings, as well. In fact, they offer about 350 finishes and 600 embossing patterns. Oak finishes very well and can be stained to a number of different tones. If you choose to finish your Bosley Mouldings oak moldings yourself, remember that oak dries rather slowly. Bosley Mouldings' finishing services are affordable and expert, so consider using them for your complete needs.