Replacing Planks For Doug Fir Floor Boards
A couple of years ago I purchased a 1944 home and when tearing out the carpets I realized that it has old doug fir flooring underneath. It is 3 1/4" face clear vertical grain tongue and groove. However, at many locations in the house the floor has been removed and later replaced with plywood. I now need to replace about 200 sq ft of plywood area with doug fir planks. After hours of searching online it looks like I have two options for purchase. I can order it online at a site like this that specializes in doug fir flooring (http://www.dougfirflooring.com/douglas-fir-flooring/3-1-4-cvg-douglas-fir-flooring.html) for about $7 per square foot after shipping or I can special order it from a lumber yard for about $4 per square foot. Do you think there is much difference in quality? Do you have any recommendations on where would be best to purchase it?
Your help is immensely appreciated!