Heavy Timber

Turned Poles

Turned poles can be custom milled to your required specifications. This material can be manufactured in Doug Fir, Cedar, or Pine. Turned poles can also be manufactured as Glulam poles and pressure treated.

Gun Barrel Poles

Gunbarrel poles are an excellent product for construction of Heavy timber and glulam structures where precise measurements are needed for Proper fit. Because they have a uniform diameter, gunbarrel poles can be accurately drawn during the shop drawing process with exact dimensions for pole to timber connections.

In the field, installation of gunbarrel poles assures the contractor of a good fit and facilitates erection of the structure. Gunbarrel poles can be sized up to 24 inch in diameter and 40 foot lengths so that they can accomodate architect and engineer requirements for massive appearance and strength properties.

Doug Fir Flooring

The natural beauty and durability of Douglas Fir Flooring provides an inviting appearance for your kitchen and living area. Maintenance free Doug Fir flooring is available in both laminated and solid patterns. Doug Fir flooring can be ordered in both knotty and clear grades, depending on your preference. FSC Certified Doug Fir flooring is also available for your leeds requirements.

Wood Pipe Saddles

Used for transporting and storage of heavy equipment, steel, aluminum, and polyurethane pipes. They are usually manufactured from solid Oak because of its resistance to rot, decay and insect infestation as well as its compression properties. Wood Pipe Saddles can be made from other wood species, too, and can be ordered to meet your specifications and weight bearing properties.

Doug Fir Heavy Timber

Doug fir heavy timber is often recognized for its stability and strength and is a superb structural lumber chosen by architects, engineers, and contractors. The material is ideal for residential, light commercial, and multiple story construction. Doug fir heavy timber is considered a superior material because the Doug fir species maintains high performance under stresses such as high winds, heavy storms, and earthquakes.

Often used in a project’s interior, such as finished posts and beam frames, this species is selected because of its strength-to-weight ratio. Doug fir heavy timber may be used externally, but must be sealed or painted for weather protection.

Doug fir has a combination of strength, elasticity, and beauty making it an ideal wood for timber structures. The wood is close-grained, straight-grained, and knotted providing a naturally beautiful look. Knot sizes may not be uniform and variations in grain and color can be expected which only adds to a unique and textured look for each project. Doug fir heavy timber comes in a range of color falling into a spectrum of light red to pale yellow. The Doug fir species grows quickly and is plentiful in North America.