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The performance and characteristics of Douglas-fir dimensional lumber explain its popularity as a top building material. Douglas-fir is dimensionally stable and universally recognized for its superb strength-to-weight ratio. Douglas-fir also enjoys a documented superior performance against such forceful elements as strong winds, harsh storms, and earthquakes. Given its tight, close-grain and aforementioned characteristics, it is no surprise that Douglas-fir is the ideal structural and general purpose wood for framing lumber in residential, light commercial and industrial construction.
Mendocino Douglas-fir is in a class of its own. Mendocino Douglas-fir is available FSC certified at select The Home Depot stores in Northern California. As an FSC certified material, Mendocino Douglas-fir may be specified by architects, engineers, builders and contractors in the construction of green buildings.
Green building programs, such as the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), often specify FSC certified wood products in their list of preferred materials. Through The Home Depot, it has never been easier to find and source FSC certified Mendocino Douglas-fir dimensional lumber for green building projects in Northern California.
Please visit our wood products pages for information about grades and dimensions available:
The full line of Mendocino Douglas-fir dimensional lumber, including non-FSC certified material, is available exclusively at The Home Depot stores. Please visit our Where to Buy page to find a store in your area that sells Mendocino Douglas-fir dimensional lumber products.
While product availability varies by store, non-stocking products, such as FSC certified products, may be available by special order. Please inquire at the Pro Contractor Desk of your local The Home Depot store for additional information and ordering Mendocino Douglas-fir dimensional lumber.