Specie: Fir Strip Block
Format: Strips, tongue and grooved strips up to 33" in length; individual blocks.
Sizes: ¾" depth minimum, standard depth 1". Strip widths: 2¾" to 3-5/8". Individual block face sizes: from approx. 2" x 2" to 6"x6". Custom widths available upon request.
Other strip species available: Oak, Mesquite, Hemlock, Alder, Black Walnut, Ply-type, and Redwood.
Product Availability: Prefinished and unfinished strips; Individual blocks unfinished only
FSC Certified: Available
Unfinished: MASTER NATURAL FINISH
Prefinished: PREFINISHED STRIP BLOCKS
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Douglas Fir (softwood) is a popular choice for End-Grain Block Flooring. Fir Blocks are produced from lumber grown on the west coast, from Oregon and Washington. This specie is known for its warm, subtle appearance. Fir takes stain extremely well, in fact, manipulating the color of a Fir block floor is quite common. Our blocks are cut from slow growing, very large trees. Fir blocks are available as individual blocks installed one block at a time, as well as in strips with a wire system for ease of installation. Our Fir block flooring has been used in such places as: Coach stores, Hillstone Restaurants, OJ’s Restaurants, Nobu Restaurants, Abraham Lincoln Memorial Library, The National Freedom Center, Middlebury College Student Center, Getty Museum and Chicago Bears Headquarters.