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|Douglas Fir Classic Smooth T&G Flooring||0.75"||Rand 3-7"||Rand 2-10'||$8.00|
$7.20 per sf
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|Specific Width Douglas Fir Classic Smooth T&G Flooring||0.75"|
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Classic Douglas Fir Smooth T&G Flooring - Product Info
Trestlewood's Douglas Fir Classic Flooring is produced from Douglas Fir timbers and lumber saved from a variety of buildings and industrial structures. This flooring line is understated, conservative and classy.
|Source||Various reclaimed wood projects|
|Flooring Type||Solid Wood, Unfinished|
|Profile||Tongue and Groove (T&G)|
|Knots||1 tight knot (1" or under) every 1 square foot allowed (on a 1x6 board, this would translate into 1 tight knot every 2 linear feet); larger knots in lower frequency allowed (for example, a 2" knot in 2 square feet that is otherwise clear would be allowed); 2" maximum knot size; knots can be broken, loose or fallen out|
|Holes||Occasional random nail holes and bolt holes; some staining around the nail holes and bolt holes or on the face is allowable|
|Checking/Cracks||Moderate amounts of surface checking allowed; no cracks|
|Grain Pattern||Moderately tight grain; vertical, flat or mixed|
|Standard Dimensions||a) Thickness: 3/4"; b) Width: Varies, depending on Douglas Fir Classic Millwork Stock available at time of order; typical Classic flooring widths can be expected to be 3" to 7"; wider (and/or narrower) Classic flooring may be available at any given time; and c) Length: 1 to 10'.|
|Textures Available||Smooth, Wire-Brush and Circle-Sawn|
|Appearance Variation||Boards can vary in appearance from piece to piece and even within a piece. The characteristics described on this specification sheet generally apply to each board's featured face. The opposite face and edges can differ from the featured face in texture, coloring, and other characteristics unless otherwise noted.|
Note: Please study Douglas Fir Classic specification sheets carefully to familiarize yourself with its characteristics and their possible implications for your application.