We fabricated this engineered recycled fir flooring from old pickle tanks from the Nalley Valley in Tacoma. This flooring is floated in over radiant floor heat.
This 15" wide long length flooring is patina face recycled fir.
This recycled fir timber frame has a beautiful dormer that faces the water. I love the beds that tuck under the roof.
This timber frame home was build by SWW on Bainbridge Island. The timber frame, floors, stairs, doors and trim are all recycled fir from Pier 91 in Seattle.
This Bainbrige Island home has two rooms with large recycled fir timber framed trusses.
This 11" wide recycled fir plank floor is installed over radiant floor heat in Bainbridge Island home.
This material was salvaged from a Leavenworth fruit storage building and was reused in a Wenatchee home built in an orchard.
This 15" wide recycled fir floor is in a beautiful treehouse that looks across at Bainbridge Island. Jake Jacob is the treehouse builder.
This rustic Douglas fir floor and stairway is in a wonderful log home. The flooring is 15" wide and up to 24' long.
This recycled fir stair leads you upstairs to a photo and film making studio in Poulsbo Washington.
This patina faced recycled fir long length plank floor was reclaimed from a building in San Francisco California. It is now in the Filson store in Ballard.
This flooring was custom fabricated by Salisbury Woodworking for timber salvaged from pier 91 in Seattle. The 15" width is rare and the longest planks were 24'.