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Internet # 205602402

Model # HDSP3010208

Store SKU # 160954

1 in. x 2 in. x 8 ft. Premium Spruce Furring Strip Board

  • Meets highest grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Easy to cut, fasten and paint, perfect for many building projects
  • Ideal for framing, houses, sheds, and other structures
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About This Product

Spruce Dimensional Lumber is Kiln dried, premium-quality lumber that is good for a wide range of structural and non-structural applications. It can be used for framing of houses, sheds and barns or for commercial construction. It can also be used for furniture or hobbies. If it is primed and painted or sealed and stained, it can be used in an exterior application.


Product Information

Internet # 205602402

Model # HDSP3010208

Store SKU # 160954



Actual Product Length (ft.)

8 ft

Actual Product Thickness (in.)

0.75 in

Actual Product Width (in.)

1.5 in

Nominal Product H x W (In.)


Nominal Product Length (ft.)

8 ft

Nominal Product Thickness (in.)

1 in

Nominal Product Width (in.)

2 in


Fastener Recommendation



Paintable, Stainable

Lumber Grade

Appearance Grade



Moisture content




Wood Species


Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty


Questions & Answers

Q:Info on product says it is Kiln Dried BUT Detail info says Moisture content is GREEN. whats the story?>??
by|Feb 10, 2021
1 Answer
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A:  This material is Kiln Dried, moisture content has been submitted for correction.

by|Feb 15, 2021
    Q:Can this be used in the bathroom as the wall?
    by|Feb 10, 2017
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    Q:How much does this weigh? Please answer, Thanks.
    by|Jun 29, 2016
    1 Answer
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    A:  Spruce wood has a density of about 28 lbs/cu ft, and a 0.75" x 1.5" x 8' board (actual dimensions) is 0.0625 cu ft, this board should weigh about 1.75 pounds.

    by|May 4, 2023
      Q:can it be cut in half in store to make 1x1x36 inch pieces
      by|Apr 29, 2016
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      A:  Since it's an 8-foot board, it would make two 36-inch pieces plus an extra 24-inch piece. That would require two cuts. It's my understanding that you would be charged extra for the second cut -- at my location I think it's 50 cents. Also, note that it's a 1x2 inch board, not a 1x1; you may be looking for a different board. This one is 3/4" by 1 1/2" in its actual dimensions. Try searching for "1in square dowel". Most of those come pre-cut to 36 inches.

      by|May 3, 2023

        A:  No, this is not a 1x1 board.

        by|May 3, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          3.2 out of 5

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          • 60% recommend this product
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          Bundling Hides A Multitude Of Sins. Yesterday when I went to cut the plastic bands bundling them ...
          Bundling Hides A Multitude Of Sins. Yesterday when I went to cut the plastic bands bundling them together (I wish I was able to capture it on video) it was like opening a spring-loaded can of gag peanut brittle. Half of the 12 sprang into twisted warped pieces that would work out great if I was making rocking chairs, but utterly worthless for building anything non-curved.
            4 found this review helpful
            They're furring strips...
            These are not structural boards, nor are they finish grade. They aren't meant to be, they're furring strips. They're meant to be spacers between materials or more commonly used as sacrificial supports. That's it. And for that purpose they work perfectly.
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              6 found this review helpful
              Perfect for the correct application
              Furring strips are not designed for finish trim, but for the under skeleton that walls and ceilings are attached to. As will virtually all limber, the actual size is different from the common size. 1"x2" boards are .75"x 1.5". 2x4's are 1.5"x3.5" etc. As they are designed for framing, they usually dont need to be perfect visually. Just select the best looking ones if you are using them for a not framing application.
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                4 found this review helpful
                You'll get what you pay for.
                I am going to review this product based on its description written here on the website. 1. The shape consistency of this product is irregular. Meaning, this wooden strip will have irregular bends (by every direction). So, when you stack them together, it will not align together seamlessly. To phrase it in another way, if you lay the wooden strip on the ground, every strip will curve differently, and when you position many strips together, they will not sit uniformly. I suggest that you buy them fresh, off the same batch, if you want a uniformed and consistent shape. 2. If you are planning on heading over to the nearest store, thinking that you will find a 1" x 2" x 8" wooden strip, then you are mistaken. Read the description here more carefully, and you'll discover that the nominal size differs from the actual size. The actual sizes is 0.75" x 1.5* x 8* 3. This is not "premium" wood. The surface will not be smooth for the most part, and you will find cracks. Some strips will be severely cracked, so be attentive when picking your strips. As the product description says, this is more suitable for the interior "frame" of a structure, not exterior appearance.
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                8 found this review helpful
                Deck floor
                Can be used as deck flooring if your bottom support is spaced 1.5 ft apart.
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