Engineered Panels are made from reclaimed Douglas fir solid and glue laminated beams from deconstructed industrial, agricultural, and residential buildings in the Pacific NW.
Rigid 3/4" panels are used for walls, ceilings, fixture facing or as construction material such for seating or cabinetry. The flexible 1/4" thick panels can be applied to curved and flat surfaces. Available smooth or textured and in 8 standard finishes. The smooth panels appear more uniform in color while the textured panels have depth and color contrast. Reclaimed marks may include nail holes, staining, and finger joints. Panel edges are stained. Clear finish is applied to all sides for balance. Available in various widths and in 8' and 10' lengths.
3/4" panels are comprised of a 1/4" veneer on front and back with a 1/4" MDF core substrate. For single or dual sided applications. Standard production consists of A/B sides with stain on front and edges only. A/A sides available with stain front and back and all voids filled.
1/4" panels are constructed from a 1/8" veneer and 1/8" MDF and paper backer.
Panels can be installed with French cleats, Z clips or trim head screws.
- Category: Engineered Panels