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Alpine Reclaimed Wood Flooring (FL654)

Alpine Reclaimed wood flooring flooring is a stunning addition to our collection of reclaimed Douglas fir flooring. Locally sourced with our custom white tint applied to the Planed boards gives them a unique appearance, seemingly washed of color. The focus is drawn to the naturally occurring slightly wavy patterns of the grain, resulting in a timeless look that complements modern and contemporary designs.

Douglas Fir, native to the West Coast of North America, boasts mostly straight, and sometimes wavy, dense grains with a moderate luster, which is enhanced with the custom finish on E&K’s Alpine reclaimed Douglas fir flooring. This is the perfect choice for those seeking a locally sourced, versatile floor with a luxurious pale glow. Experience the beauty of reclaimed Douglas fir and transform your space with E&K’s Alpine flooring today.


Specifications:

Species:Douglas Fir
Thickness5/8″ or 3/4″
Standard Face Widths:3″, 5″, 6 1/2″, 8 1/2, and Random 3″ to 7″ and 5″ – 9″
Standard Lengths:2′ to 10′
Milling:Tongue and Groove, Relief on back, Microbevel
Surface:Planed
Finish:Penetrating Oil
Type:Engineered or Solid
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Spec Sheets


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Reclaimed Douglas Fir Planed Flooring Spec Sheet

About Reclaimed Wood Flooring

  • All flooring products are available in custom widths and lengths based on availability.
  • Varied amounts of knots, nail holes, surface checks, and other character marks. Character marks are filled on Finished Flooring, optional to be filled on Unfinished Flooring.
  • All flooring is available as solid wood or as an engineered product with a 4mm – 6mm wear layer on a plywood substrate.
  • Reclaimed wood flooring is sourced from barns, factories, homes and other old structures and provenance can be provided on request.
  • Our dedicated finishing team will create custom floors that perfectly match the vision of your project.
  • Our reclaimed wood floors may contain saw marks, nail holes, surface checks, and other historic characteristics.
  • Flooring Specifications
  • How to Order