Douglas Fir can be found in abundance across Western North America from British Columbia south to California, and inland as far as Alberta. Coastal Douglas Fir is the second tallest conifer in the world, second only to Coast Redwood, growing to heights of 250 feet and diameters of 5 feet to 6 feet.
Renowned for it's strength and durability, Douglas Fir can be found in heritage homes and buildings throughout western North America. Fir continues to be the species of choice in the building and construction industries and remains among the most important commercial wood species in the world.
Along with its strength and durability, vertical grain Douglas Fir is appreciated for its rich visual quality by architects, designers and craftsmen. It is a timeless wood species that creates a warm and comfortable atmosphere and enhances the beauty of any home.