Green Rough Oak Lumber

Top-Quality Milled Wood Lumber Company In Charlotte

Green Rough Oak Lumber

What do you do when you need a species of wood that will deliver more muscle than the wood you can find at your typical chain lumberyard?

What do you do when you are trying to crate your product to ship it overseas and the regulations call for a ‘non-coniferous’ wood to be used in crating?

What do you do when you are looking for a 4X8 or a 4X12 or even an 8X8 timber with incredible strength?

If you are faced with these headaches, look to rough green oak to solve your problem. For everything from mantels to decks on truck trailers rough green oak is the answer.

Rough green oak is strong, it is economical, it is sawn ‘full size (meaning an 2X12 board is really two inches thick as well as twelve inches wide). Lets also recognize what it is not.  

Rough green oak is not the right species to consider for furniture, moulding, cabinetry, or anything that you might want to use inside your home. Rough green oak is not beautiful, it is not smooth, and it is not an ideal lumber to use in household construction.

Rough green oak is the muscular big oak who works outside doing the toughest jobs. It was born outside, hasn't been babied, cured, and rough green oak has not been coddled or massaged like its beautiful cousin.  Rough green oak is chosen for strength, pure and simple.

We keep 2X8, 2X10, 2X12, 4X4, 4X6, 4X8, 4X12, 6X6 and 8X8. We have the rough green oak sizes you need and we can cut them to any particular dimension that suits your job. It’s here and it’s ready to go.

Great Service

We are careful about making promises to the folks who favor us with their business. But when we come to agreement with a customer and we tell them that we will do something, we have given our word and our word is very important to us. When we say "yes" we mean "yes" not "maybe" or "yes" unless something better comes along.

While nobody can ever guarantee against factors beyond their control, the people at McGee Lumber Company work very hard to fulfill our promises to our customers, suppliers, employees, to various governmental agencies that supervise us, and to the community at large.