Restoration Forest Products operates in the largest contiguous Ponderosa Pine forest in the world. Due to modest rainfall and high elevation, the slow growth forest produces a very sustainable product. Sizes available from 1” x 3” to 2” x 12” up to 24’ in length. Primed and painted products are also available.
As members of Western Wood Products Association (WWPA), Restoration Forest Products Ponderosa Pine boards are graded and inspected regularly to ensure consistent quality.
We manufacture boards in the following grades: Select, 2&Btr Common, 3 Common, 4 Common and 5 Common. Widths available are from 1”x4” through 1”x12” and lengths of 6’ to 16’.
ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCT
RFOR Engineered Wood Products (EWP) are finger jointed and edge glued.
A wide variety of EWP products are available including boards and pattern stock in a full selection of grades including clear, small tight knot, and 2&Btr Common. Sizes available from 1” x 3” to 2” x 12” up to 24’ in length. Primed and painted products are also available.
Pattern Stock is made from slow growth Ponderosa Pine. Restoration Forest Products pattern stock includes a wide variety of three-dimensional architectural patterns for both indoor and outdoor walls, ceilings and facades.
RFOR offers planer shavings made from the surfacing of kiln dried lumber. Common uses are for horse bedding and other large animal bedding.
RFOR sawmill cuttings are generated from our sawmill production. They are also great for horse bedding and other large animal bedding applications.
Bark is removed from the logs prior to sawmilling. RFOR ring debarkers remove the bark in a way that creates a larger bark profile which is ideal for premium landscape and gardening cover.
Wood chips are made from RFOR’s sawmill production. We screen for sizing which makes a clean and consistent product. Wood chips are commonly used for playground covering, landscape mulch, pellet production and pulp chips.
WHOLE TREE CHIPS
The RFOR whole tree wood chips are ideal for landscape covering and playground covering.
Forest residuals or slash are grindings from RFOR’s forest floor remediation. It is commonly used as bio-energy stock.