AltruWood, Inc. now offers Wide Plank Douglas Fir flooring to the public at an affordable price.
Online PR News – 06-October-2011 – – AltruWood, Inc., a Portland-based sustainable lumber distributor, has announced today sales of its newest flooring option, Wide Plank Douglas Fir. Known for its mixed grain and customizable width and length, wide plank flooring is also versatile in design, from elegant contemporary to rustic cabin spaces, in a quality difficult to find in today’s market.
“We developed this product especially for a New York remodel and are very excited to offer our Wide Plank Douglas Fir Flooring to the public at an affordable price,” said AltruWood President Patrick Monaghan.
Wide plank is back-relieved for better stability, kiln-dried and strengthened with a tongue and groove joint. Typically, flooring of this quality runs about $15 to $20 per square foot, but AltruWood is selling the product at a starting price of $10 per square foot directly to builders, designers, homeowners and more.
Added AltruWood Founder David Steinberg, “We had a lot of fun sourcing the perfect material for our Wide Plank flooring, and are so pleased with the results. We are really looking forward to seeing it used as a solid foundation in spaces across the country.”
The company also offers FSC certified and reclaimed beams, flooring, decking, fencing, and finish lumber in a variety of species. AltruWood provides a number of western wood products, primarily Douglas fir and Red Cedar, in addition to FSC certified tropical materials and other North American woods.
About AltruWood, Inc.
AltruWood (www.AltruWood.com) focuses on delivering responsible lumber products to the building industry. Founded in 2004, the company quickly developed a strong reputation for high-quality reclaimed and antique beams, timbers, and flooring with a robust national distribution network. AltruWood also became one of the first classified lumber brokers in the U.S. to be FSC certified, in order to follow a business model centered around minimal environmental impact and maintaining a small carbon footprint.