- Exterior cladding applications
- Interior cladding applications
Douglas fir, or British Columbian Fir, is a characterful timber which is a rich red-brown colour, but often features variations of pink, brown and cream depending on the cut of the tree. It includes knots and has a larger grain pattern which, added to the colour variations, makes Douglas fir a popular choice for timber cladding. Left untreated, it will weather to a stunning silver-grey colour.
Douglas fir is available in two grades:
Always seek advice about treatment and after-care to preserve the aesthetics and style you want for your cladding in the longer-term.
Standard: 22 x 100mm, 22 x 150mm
Bespoke sizes available on request.
Durability: Class 3, Moderately Durable
Movement Class (Stability): Small
Moisture Content: 12-14%
Density (kg/m3): 510-550
Knots: Small to medium, frequent
Colour: Reddish-brown, light brown
Expected Life Service (out of ground contact): 35 years
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