Douglas Fir Dimensional

1 x 6 & 1 x 8 - We have an abundant supply of this material and it is well-suited for making rustic furniture, paneling, fencing, set design, you name it.

2 x 4 - The most common framing material used. We also have a large, steady flow of this material at great prices for a product that is immeasurably better in quality than the lumber than you buy out of a home center.

2 x 6 - Widely used by furniture makers, set designers or for flooring. We normally have an ample supply of this on-hand for immediate delivery.

2 x 8, 10, 12,14 - We also get loads of these sizes but it is often put right to use to fill flooring orders. If you need this material, please let us know and we'll put you on our list if we don't have any in stock. Due to the low cost, the 2 x 4 material comes as-is. You'll have to de-nail it yourself.

Douglas Fir Beams

Our Douglas Fir Beams are sourced mainly from right here in Southern California. However, if we find an exceptional offer, we broker material by the truckload from all over the country. Each building that comes down has it's own unique characteristic and the material coming out of it is different. Material ranges from 4x6, 8, 10,12 all the way up to 24 x 24 (as seen in center pic). Material also varies from rough-sawn full dimensional to 4-side smooth, Painted, Unpainted, etc. Rest assured that if we offer it, it is a good deal. We pass on about 80% of the material we are offered because we don't feel it is a bargain for our customers.

Douglas Fir Hand-Hewn Hardwood Beams

Hand-Hewn Hardwood normally come in a mixed group of hardwoods... White & Red Oak, Beech, Hickory, Poplar, Elm, etc. These are the real-deal. They generally come out of barns located in the Midwest and were erected in the mid-1800's through the early 1900's. Beautiful material that is a real part of America's history. Hardwood material is not always stocked at our Los Angeles facility but is usually kept in stock in our midwest facility to be shipped as ordered.

Douglas Fir Rough-Sawn

Photos Size/Description Common Uses
Douglas Fir Rough-Spawn 1x6 1 x 6 - dark brown to reddish patina, some boards with whitewash some may have tar marks Used widely by set designers for movie and photo projects. Gives an "Old West" feel to whatever you use it on. Can also be planed clean and used as ceiling or wall paneling.
1 x 10 - dark brown to reddish patina, some boards with whitewash some may have tar marks
Douglas Fir Rough-Spawn 2x8

Douglas Fir Rough-Spawn 2x10
2 x 4 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture, shelving or general cosmetic uses in retail or restaurant establishments.
2 x 6 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture, flooring and paneling.
2 x 8 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture, flooring and paneling.
2 x 10 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture, shelving, flooring and paneling.
2 x 10 - with paint Often milled into flooring.
2 x 12 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina
Douglas Fir Rough-Spawn 3x8 3 x 4 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina, some pieces with paint Often used for furniture, shelving or general cosmetic uses in retail or restaurant establishment.

3 x 8 - T&G decking with white paint 8-16' lengths

Often used for furniture or flooring.
4 x 4 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture (table legs).
4 x 6 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture (table legs) , exposed beams or other accent pieces.
6 x 6 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture (table legs) , exposed beams or other accent pieces.
6 x 8 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture (table legs), exposed beams or other accent pieces.
6 x 12 - with white paint Often milled into flooring or use as exposed beams or furniture.
8 x 8 - dark brown to honey to reddish patina Often used for furniture (table legs), exposed beams or other accent pieces.

Douglas Fir Surfaces (S4S) Newer Lumber

We've phased out of the S4S material for the most part... Call for availability.

Photos Size/Description Common Uses
Douglas Fir Surfaces Newer Lumber 2x4

Douglas Fir Surfaces Newer Lumber 2x12
2 x 4 - varying lengths generally 8'-16' Cheap construction material. We sell as-is, with nails, etc. Save some money by denailing it yourself (about 1/2 the cost of new). Due to it's low cost, this is normally sold by the bundle - not by the piece.
2 x 6 - varying lengths generally 8'-16'
2 x 8 - varying lengths generally 8'-16'
2 x 10 - varying lengths generally 8'-16'
2 x 12 - varying lengths generally 8'-16'
3x8 3 x 8 - with some white paint 16' lengths Often used for furniture (tabletops, etc.)
Douglas Fir Surfaces Newer Lumber 4x6 4 x 6 - varying lengths generally 8 - 16' Often used for furniture (tabletops, etc.)
4 x 8 - varying lengths generally 8 - 16' Often used as exposed beams.
4 x 10 - varying lengths generally 8 - 16' Often used as exposed beams.
4 x 12 - varying lengths generally 8 - 16' Often used as exposed beams.

Resource Conservation Group

Reclaimed Wood Materials

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100-Year-Old Whiskey Storage

100 Year Old Whiskey Storage Facility

Going, Going, Gone!

Nearly the size of a football field, this facility was dismantled...saving about 500,000 BF of material from the landfill!

We carefully dismantle each structure by hand, saving nearly 100% of the material. Even the bricks and tin roofing sheets are salvaged. With many of the buildings having been put together with bolts rather than nails, there is very little damage to the material during the dismantling phase. The larger beams are usually sold as-is and the other material is milled into flooring or used to create furniture of the highest quality.

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