Douglas fir - 33 lb/cu.ft.

Sources: West coast - BC to Mexico      
Harder than might be expected for its weight  |   Texture: Neither fine nor coarse, but uniform and relatively easy to work

   Key Uses:

  • General contruction

  • General joinery

  • Plywood

  • Veneer

  • General marine

  • Uniform texture

  • Distinctive patterning

  • Relatively strong
  • Can be brittle and splinter

  • Knots can be a problem


  • 4"x4" Air-dried - Call for current pricing

  • 8/4" - Call for current pricing

  • 4/4" - Call for current pricing

All prices subject to change without notice.

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Hardwood List:African Hardwood, Ash, Aspen, Banak Vorola, Basswood, Beech, Birch, Bloodwood, Bocote, Bubinga, Butternut, Cedar- Aromatic, Cedar- Western Red, Cherry, Cocobolo, Douglas fir, Elm- English, Hickory, IPE, Jarrah, Jatoba, Lacewood, Mahogany- African, Mahogany- South American, Maple, Nogal Peruvian Walnut, Oak- Red, Oak- White, Padauk, Pau amarello Yellowheart, Pine, Purpleheart, Sapele, Teak, Tulipwood, Walnut, Wenge, Zebrawood