A reddish-brown pine with prominent growth rings and slightly lighter sapwood, Douglas fir is predominantly straight grained, but can often be wavy or spiral. Harvested in the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia, Douglas fir is to this day a very important tree species, utilized for any application from structural timbers to furniture making. Douglas Fir was a very traditional floor in turn-of-the-century mission style homes for the working and living quarters, with a more formal hardwood in the parlor and dining rooms, or ‘public’ areas of the home. Today, we reclaim this versatile wood from old factories and warehouses in the form of large beams and dimensional lumber.
Antique Douglas Fir
Reclaimed Douglas Fir Paneling
Random Widths: 3″-7″, 5″-9″
Specified Widths: 5″, 7″
Thickness: 3/4″, 5/8″, or 1/2″
Lengths: 2-12′ Random or Specified Lengths
Surface Texture: Sanded Smooth
Finish: Pre Finished or Unfinished
Fire Retardant: Optional
Proper product installation is the key to success in every job! From installation to recommended care & maintenance. We’ll always be here to help you with your project every step of the way. And when it’s done and you have the time to enjoy the look and feel and aura of the wood, make sure you take that time. It’s as good for you as laughing a half hour a day or going on a walk with a child and a dog. This wood has lived. Really lived.
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