Douglas Fir

Technical species specifications for Douglas Fir Flooring from Fantastic Floor – Discount Exotic and Domestic Hardwood Flooring, Prefinished Solid Flooring, Unfinished Solid Flooring and Engineered Flooring.
The Fantastic Floor offers Douglas Fir Flooring at mill direct prices! Douglas Fir is a distinctive feature in building materials and flooring in the Pacific Northwest and thru out North America. We stock Clear Vertical Grain (CVG) Douglas Fir Flooring in solid and engineered formats. We also work directly with the lumber mills and can get wider widths or mixed grain Doug Fir in both Clear and rustic grades. Douglas Fir is easy to install and responds beautifully to finishing. Give us a call today at 888-448-9663 to inquire about our Douglas Fir Flooring.
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Scientific Name, Other Names:
Pseudotsuga menziesii, Blue Douglas fir, British Columbia pine, British Colubian pine, Coast Douglas fir, Colorado Douglas fir, Colorado Pino real, Colorado real, Columbian Pine, Douglas spruce, Inland Douglas fir, Interior Douglas fir, Oregon Douglas fir, Oregon pine, Puget Sound pine, Red fir, Rocky Mountain Douglas fir, Yellow fir
Designers appreciate the rich visual quality of Douglas fir flooring and enjoy its beautiful response to fine craftsmanship and finishing. When sawn to expose its vertical grain, Douglas fir is particularly attractive and durable. Douglas fir’s light rosey color, which darkens over time when exposed to UV rays, is set off by its remarkably straight grain pattern.
Douglas Fir is frequently used for interior trim, flooring, moulding, windows, doors, heavy construction, framing and general carpentry.
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Tangential Shrinkage:
7.6 %
Radial Shrinkage:
4.8 %
Tree Characteristics:
Can grow to 150′ tall, predominantly found in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.
Geographic Area:
Pacific NW and Northern California
Difficult to distinguish when freshly cut, heart wood will darken on exposure and sap wood will not.
The heart wood in Douglas Fir will darken to a rich reddish orange. The sap wood will not darken.
Low, light.
Douglas Fir flooring is typically sawn as Vertical Grain for maximum hardness and durability.
Smooth, very little torn grain.
Drying Characteristics:
Douglas Fir is stable and fairly easy to dry. Vertical grain known for being both hard for a softwood and very stable.
Working Characteristics:
Douglas Fir hardwood flooring is very easy to install and accepts stains, glues, and finishes well.
Durability Rating:
Only slight natural durability in the heartwood.