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About Oak Hardwood

Our extensive range of oak options includes both American and European varieties, available in raw form or expertly machined to your exact specifications. With its durability, strength, and natural beauty, oak is a popular choice for a wide range of applications, from furniture making to flooring and beyond.

At Harlow, we understand that every project is unique, which is why our team is committed to providing personalised assistance to help you find the perfect oak hardwood for your needs.

Invest in premium building-grade timber for your project today with Harlow. With our high-quality oak hardwood options and expert guidance, you can trust that your project will stand the test of time. Explore our range of oak hardwood solutions today.


Our Specialist Oak Hardwood Selection

Discover our specialist oak hardwood selection at Harlow, your trusted destination for high-quality timber solutions. Whether you're in need of raw oak sections or custom-machined oak, our extensive range has you covered with thickness options ranging from 25mm to 80mm.

If oak isn't quite what you're looking for, explore our alternative Sapele and Other Hardwood categories for additional options to suit your project needs. Whether you prefer the convenience of online shopping or the personalised assistance available at our branches, you'll find an extensive array of hardwood options.

If you need any assistance, our knowledgeable experts are readily available to help—simply get in touch to explore our specialist oak hardwood selection today.



Does oak crack easily?

No, Oak is known for its durability and resistance to cracking, making it less prone to cracking compared to some other hardwoods. However, Oak will split like any other wood if left outdoors. The heat of Summer and the cold of Winter will make it expand, contract, and potentially split.


Can you leave oak untreated?

Yes, however, it will make it more prone to weathering, discolouration, and susceptibility to moisture damage over time. We always recommend applying a preservative to further ensure its lifespan.