Douglas Fir flooring is beautiful, sustainable & simply put – stunning. Douglas Fir has been dubbed the worlds’ most beautiful floor and widely used in Scandinavian interiors as it lends itself beautifully to a white (Lye and Soap) finish. Due to the immensity of the trees themselves; Douglas Fir yields extremely wide and extremely long floor boards.
Please be aware that Douglas fir is a softwood not a hardwood. It is likely that in service, small splits and / or shakes will appear. After a period, the timber settles and these defects can be repaired, enhancing the aesthetic quality of the product.
**Please note we are no longer manufacturing Douglas Fir as we do not deem it suitable for flooring.** We recommend that you consider instead our Engineered American White Ash flooring as a durable contemporary alternative. American White Ash is a very tough hardwood providing a stunning and similar Scandi Style floor, with inherent durability but without the problems associated with Douglas Fir / engineered pine flooring. White washed wooden floors create a beautiful, natural blank canvas to showcase architectural details and furnishings. This is the reason why Ash has proven to be our most popular floor for the last three years …see gallery below.
Engineered Douglas Fir Flooring Specification
Engineered Douglas Fir Flooring comprises of a 8mm Solid Douglas Fir wear-layer and 15mm Birch Plywood substrate.
The floorboard thickness is 23/24mm (this can be reduced if required).
End-Matched engineered pine flooring: Tongue & grooved on all 4 sides.
Our Douglas Fir floorboards are machined with a micro-bevel as standard (long sides). Square-shoulder available on request.
Engineered Douglas Fir Flooring is produced in wide boards / plank up to 260 mm wide.
Engineered Douglas Fir Flooring lengths are typically 2400mm, some boards may be built-up to obtain length. Expect some shorter lengths in a pack.
Engineered Douglas Fir Flooring is supplied filled and sanded, ready-to-finish.
Prices are per square metre and exclusive of V.A.T.
Please note that descriptions and photographs of individual grades depict typical characteristics to expect.
Douglas Fir being a natural material denotes that each floor is inherently unique