Douglas Fir Vintage Collection | Yellowstone

Hand Scraped Douglas Fir - Salvaged and sustainably certified
Available in: 3 1/8″ wide, 5 1/8″ wide, or 7″ wide

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Price: $11.49
Product ID: slcvyp

Description

Vintage Collection - Hand Scraped Douglas Fir Flooring

Unlike other hand scraped flooring on the market which is produced by a machine, Sustainable Lumber Company's flooring is actually done by hand. Every board is scraped with nothing other than a hand tool and countless hours of hard work. No two boards are like, every piece is unique in texture and character. The final touches include hand rubbed oils and our durable water based low VOC finish.

Douglas Fir Flooring Specs

  • Great for floors, walls, and ceilings
  • Available in: 3 1/8" wide, 5 1/8" wide, or 7" wide
  • 3/4" thick
  • Random lengths up to 8'
  • T&G and end-matched (T&G on the ends)
  • Graded to our custom "Montana Character" grade
  • Slowly cured and heat treated to 6-8% moisture
  • Local salvaged and sustainably harvested Douglas Fir
  • Whole log cut (the perfect combination of vertical grain, flat grain, and amazing character)
  • Available prefinished (Hand rubbed penetrating oil + multiple layers of our low VOC water based catalyzed protective top coat) or unfinished

Why Douglas Fir Hardwood Flooring?

Douglas Fir has the highest strength to weight ratio of any wood species and is renowned throughout the world for it’s durability, strength, and natural beauty. It's been the preferred hardwood flooring throughout the Rocky Mountain West for over a century. With a 200 year old proven track record, many old barns, granaries, and western structures still contain Douglas Fir that has withstood the test of time. In fact many of these old structures are being reclaimed and re-manufactured into hardwood flooring that will extend their life to yet another generation.

Doug Fir is widely considered to be one of the finest materials available for trim, moulding, doors, flooring, windows, siding, and structural beams. Its natural resistance to decay makes it an excellent choice in all building applications, in fact the oldest accurately-dated Douglas Fir is 1275 years old and stands in New Mexico.

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