Douglas Fir

Douglas Fir Lumber is known to be the most robust among softwood varieties.

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Why Choose Douglas Fir?

Douglas Fir is a superior choice for the most demanding structural, appearance and joinery projects. It is revered among builders not only for the aesthetic appeal of its rosy color and straight vertical grain but also for its strength, stiffness, durability and lightness of weight.

Strong and versatile.

Dimensionally stable.

Resists water and wind decay.

Tight-knotted, close-grained, non-porous.

Douglas Fir’s strength combined with a superior strength-to-weight ratio, the moderate decay resistance of its heartwood, and documented excellent performance record against strong forces resulting from winds, storms, and earthquakes make building with Douglas Fir a solid choice.

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Douglas Fir wood lasts long after exposure to water. Therefore, this wood has been in use in boat making, bridge parts and at the port for a long time. Due to its strength, it is mostly used for building and construction. This wood is protected from the effects of weather for a long time, making it the perfect wood for siding and roofing of a house. Douglas Fir wood is used extensively in making plywood is also suitable to use both exterior and interior.

  • Moisture resistance: It does not absorb water like a sponge and it dries on-site in two weeks when there is moisture.
  • Strength and Stiffness: Douglas Fir has superior strength and hardness of pine. It is well suited for structural beams, trusses, boats, musical instruments and roofs.
  • Decay resistance: High resistance to decay when used in wall framing and siding.
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See Douglas Fir in Action!

Take a look at some of the successful Douglas Fir projects by our customers.

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