Antique Reclaimed Douglas Fir Flooring

Grades & Specs | Solid Plank Prices | Engineered Plank Prices

Valued for its versatility, Douglas fir has been used in a variety of ways, from structural timbers to furniture making. Often characterized by a vertical or straight grain and pinkish-tan tones, Douglas fir reclaimed wood flooring can fit both an upscale or informal motif.

Its durability and medium, uniform texture once made Douglas fir the ideal wide plank flooring for working and living quarters in mission-style homes of the American Southwest, as well as a key element in turn-of-the-century Arts and Crafts (or Craftsman) houses. Our Douglas fir hardwood flooring is normally reclaimed from old factories and warehouses in the form of structural beams, timbers and joists.

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Available in solid planks or engineered planks by special order, unfinished square edge or factory pre-finished with a micro-beveled edge. This plain sawn grade of Douglas Fir flooring has a light, pinkish-tan color with prominent growth rings and slightly lighter sapwood. Douglas fir wide plank flooring is primarily straight grained; the wood may also contain wavy or spiral grains.


Antique Reclaimed Douglas Fir Flooring Specifications

  • Thickness: 3/4″ Solid, 5/8” Engineered, 4mm Wear Layer (nominal 3/16”)
  • Widths Available: 3”-12″, Solid 3”-10” Engineered
  • Lengths Ranges Available: 2’-12’, Solid, 2’-10’ Engineered
  • Milled Profile: Tongue & groove edges and end-matched, back relieved
  • Pre-finishing Available: Clear, Satin sheen, 7 coats UV cured polyurethane w/ aluminum oxide
  • Hardness (Janka Scale): 660 (49% softer than Red Oak)
  • Shipping Weight: 2.85 lbs per square foot, Solid, 2.40 lbs per square foot, Engineered