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2 in. x 12 in. x 16 ft. #2 and Better FSC Green Douglas Fir Lumber

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This 2 in. x 12 in. x 16 ft. Douglas Fir Board is untreated dimensional lumber with a smooth texture. It can be painted so as to match your home decor. This product is ideal for both residential and commercial projects.

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can the 2in. x 12in. x 16ft. #2 &better fsc green douglas fir lumber be used for a deck

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Yes and it holds up very well as far as wear and tear.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Deal, Quality lumber These planks are very nice lumber with very few small knots and little ot no defects such as cracks or warpage, I would use this wood wherever you need a lot of material and are on a price budget. As for using it as deck material my own opinion is that it is better than redwood since douglas fir is quite a bit stronger and holds up well against abrasion and wear compared to redwood which is much softer and structurally not as strong. As long as it is used well above ground level it would be my choice but if you are building a deck or structure that is within 1 foot of ground surface you might want to use redwood since it resists insects and wood rotting microbes much better than fir. May 27, 2016
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