You are viewing applications of Douglas Fir
You are viewing applications of Douglas Fir
You are viewing applications of Douglas Fir
You are viewing applications of Douglas Fir
You are viewing applications of Douglas Fir
You are viewing applications of Douglas Fir

What is Douglas Fir Wood?

Douglas fir is a member of the pine family and is indigenous to Western North America. When making windows, doors, and sashes, it is regarded as a first-class wood. In addition to being utilised for structural reasons such as laminated arches and roof trusses, the wood is frequently used in general millwork, furniture, cabinets, veneer, vats, ship and boat construction, transmission poles, and marine pilings.

Due to its outstanding strength-to-weight ratio and accessibility in vast proportions, Douglas fir is frequently used for building and construction. It has a long history of use in post-and-beam architecture in India and is strongly advised for sturdy doors and door frames. 


The wood of the douglas fir has good strength characteristics and dries quickly with little dimensional displacement. It has good machining properties and is generally simple to deal with. It may be smoothly finished by sanding and turning, planes, and shapes nicely. The wood is easily glued, holds nails and screws well, and accepts finishes well.


The carbon sequestration of trees, the storage of carbon in long-lasting furniture, and the production of biomass energy from wood waste make douglas fir wood a sustainable material. Douglas fir timber is a more sustainable choice than hardwoods like oak or walnut because of the quick growth and long lifespan of these trees.

Common Uses

For structural uses, including laminated arches and roof trusses, exterior cladding and decking, solid wood doors and frames, cabinets, veneer, vats, ship and boat building, transmission poles, and marine pilings

Our selection of walnut sawn timber includes:

  • Several sizes of hand-selected, regraded lumber
  • Maximum moisture content after kiln drying is 15%
  • All four sides have surfaces with edges
  • Origin: Canada


Tree Size

100-130 ft (30-40m) tall

Trunk Diameter

3-4 ft (1-1.2 m)

Janka Hardness

1,930 lbf (8,600 N)

Average Dried Weight

54 lbs/ft3 (870 kg/m3)


Faint and slightly bitter scent, only present during cutting and woodworking


Difficult. It is sanded unevenly, it can readily splinter, it can blunt tool blades, and it might be challenging to seem precisely smoothed out.


With a low and natural shine, the material has a coarse texture and a straight, even grain.


Listed as an endangered species on the IUCN Red List.




Extremely durable Termite and rot resistance that comes naturally.




Costly, with growing costs due to a rise in supply shortages

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