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2 in. x 12 in. x 8 ft. #2 Prime Kiln Dried Southern Yellow Pine Lumber

  • Meets high grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Easy to cut, fasten and paint, perfect for many building projects
  • Renewable resource from environmentally managed forests
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Product Overview

Every piece of 2 in. x 12 in. x 8 ft. #2 Prime Kiln Dried Southern Yellow Pine Lumber meets high grading standards for strength and appearance, and is easy to cut, fasten and paint, making this the best choice for many building projects. This product is third-party certified, signifying sourcing from renewable and environmentally managed forests.
  • Manufactured from Southern Yellow Pine, a resource that meets high grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Precision-graded for consistent appearance and minimal waste
  • A square-edge appearance with minimal wane and warp for a bright and clean appearance
  • 1.5 in. x 11.25 in. x 8 ft.
  • Perfect for framing, floor joists, wall panels, roof trusses and stair components
  • Note: Product may vary by store.
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  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
8 ft
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
1.50 in
Actual Product Width (in.)
11.25 in
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8 ft
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
2 in
Nominal Product Width (in.)
12 in

Details

Fastener Recommendation
Screws
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Lumber Grade
#2 prime
Material
Wood
Moisture content
KDHT
Texture
Smooth
Wood Species
Southern Pine

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Questions & Answers

24Questions41Answers

What’s the price

Asked by Knothead May 10, 2021
1
Answer

More than yesterday, less than tomorrow.

Can this be used to hold the weight to remove a load bearing wall?

Asked by Kev2020 March 28, 2021
4
Answers

Don't know. We used it to hold gravel and other things in a dump truck.

Can you cut it for customer

Asked by Sanjo March 21, 2021
4
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Please call the store directly to inquire.

can this be stained? i want to build a console table

Asked by kd March 3, 2021
5
Answers

Tomato ONLY!

Who has it in stock

Asked by Heat October 8, 2020
5
Answers

Many, many trees.

Will the Hime Depot cut the wood down to size for me? If yes, who do I ask to do it?

Asked by Mary July 9, 2020
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Answers

Hime will not, Homey might.

Anyone resaw these? If so, did the boards warp/cup/bow/twist etc afterwards?

Asked by Matt October 18, 2019
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Yes very good service

Is this available in Connecticut? If no where can i get 2inch x 10 or 2x12 pine wood in CT? Than...

Asked by Pat August 24, 2019
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Yes, I believe this lumber is available either at the store or at the least via an online order.

Are the edges of this lumber square or round?

Asked by Lou May 3, 2019
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They are 'eased', meaning the edge is square but not sharp to the corner.

Can this be used as scaffolding, if so how much weight would it hold?

Asked by Mike April 29, 2019
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Although boards used for scaffolding do not require to be stamped for that use OSHA (OSHA.gov) does have many requirements to determine what can be used as a scaffold board and it's application. Scaffolding requirements can be found here: "https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/interlinking/standards/1926.451(b)/regulations" For instance scaffold boards that needs to continue a longer run cannot be overlapped. Each board must be on it's own support surface. (1926.451(b)(6), 1926.451(b)(7)) They must overlap that support surface 12" (1926.451(b)(5)(i)) When building scaffolding per OSHA "each scaffold and scaffold component shall be capable of supporting, without failure, its own weight and at least 4 times the maximum intended load applied or transmitted to it." (1926.451(a)(1)) So that includes the boards. I don't think pine boards fit that requirement, but I remember Douglas Fir boards do. Remember these regulations were written because someone died as a result of inadequate scaffolding. Don't be that person.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 81% recommend this product
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Absolutely loved working with this product. Loved the way the stain took to the wood. My project ...
Absolutely loved working with this product. Loved the way the stain took to the wood. My project came out exactly how I envisioned it!
by HomeDepotCustomer
My lumbers cracked and bowed in less than 3 months. I used them with 4x4 supports too for my rais...
My lumbers cracked and bowed in less than 3 months. I used them with 4x4 supports too for my raised bed. Some bowed and cracked before I even assembled the bed, unfortunately could not return as I didn't have a truck.
by Taz
2 people found this helpful
After searching through several boards I found one just perfect for my project. The quality of t...
After searching through several boards I found one just perfect for my project. The quality of the product was fantastic, there were no knots in the entire board, which was planed down to a thickness of 1 1/8, then cut to 11 deep x 10.5 wide x 28 tall. The customer requested a custom build, which will be used as a CPAP night stand table in a limited space.
by Woodlure
1 person found this helpful
This 2x12 Weyerhaeuser Prime Kiln Dried Southern Yellow pine only needed to have me run it throu...
This 2x12 Weyerhaeuser Prime Kiln Dried Southern Yellow pine only needed to have me run it through the planner a couple times to be very smooth. I then used it for this (picture attached) window bench (the Record Player Stand next to it was built with the first one of these 2x12's I purchased at Home Depot - they really are exceptional. The remainder of this 2x12 was used for the bottom of this bowl I am turning - the upper portion of the bowl is made from a 200 year door frame.
by charlie
1 person found this helpful
Smooth wood. Perfect for my project
Smooth wood. Perfect for my project
by AC
Was able to restore pinic table better than when it...
Was able to restore pinic table better than when it was purchased
by HomeDepotCustomer
Great product, I used it to make a sofa set. The wood was straight, easy to stain, and looks grea...
Great product, I used it to make a sofa set. The wood was straight, easy to stain, and looks great! I recommend this product.
by Sidney
Used it for nice chunky shelving in my laundry room. Takes stain well, looks beautiful
Used it for nice chunky shelving in my laundry room. Takes stain well, looks beautiful
by Debby
1 person found this helpful
The boards were straight and made good shelves and work bench top
The boards were straight and made good shelves and work bench top
by Woose
These are a good product for my project. I am building large garden boxes. I did use waterproof...
These are a good product for my project. I am building large garden boxes. I did use waterproofing on them before filling the boxes.
by Shell
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