Lumber prices have been going up weekly. I paid over $8 a piece, 2 days later was $14.00.
please contact your local HD store to get the boards cut before you go pick them up.
Yes I would think so
i would not recommend it , because this lumber is not kiln dried and will crack if installed indoors
The whitewood ledger board could be used indoors. The boards have a very rough surface and the boards often are warped or bowed. I've also found that the thickness varies on different parts of the board or from one board to another. The whitewood boards would be fine for interior barn partitions. If you were thinking of using them for a shiplap wall you will find these boards to be a challenge. I have planed and straightened these ledger boards to make a double shed door. I'm not sure it was worth the effort for the price difference of #2 pine.
Hello Neal, For the straightest boards I would recommend select pine. To maintain the presence of some knots and roughness use common pine 1"x boards. You will need to plan for some time culling through the boards to find those that meet you needs. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris
They are air dried lower grade and have variable thickness and width. We cannot recommend them for use as house sheathing for these reasons. We strongly recommend plywood or OSB sheathing or kiln dried dressed four sides tongue and groove boards.
Lowest grade and quality. They are green and soft and tend to split at the ends. Air drying tends to let warping and splitting happen as it wants.
This was asked before. You could use it in theory, but it would have so many gaps and lumps... there's a reason its not done.
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