With a rich history in the USA, Douglas Fir has been a staple in American homes since the mid 1800's. Many styles of homes used Douglas Fir for flooring, trim and millwork. Clear Vertical Grain Douglas Fir flooring has a rich color, with light and dark variations, and is sawn perpendicular to the growth rings of the tree. Vertical grain flooring is genreally more stable than a flat grain flooring, because it naturally expands and contracts with changes in humidity, it does so evenly throughout the board--no warping, twisting or buckling. Often used for porch flooring, this product will do best on a roof-covered porch or three season room. Stable and durable, vertical grain T&G flooring is a beautiful option for both new home construction as well as project renovation and repair.
Actual Thickness = 1-1/8 in. Actual Width = 3-1/4 in. Actual Face = 3-1/8 in.