More than yesterday, less than tomorrow.
Don't know. We used it to hold gravel and other things in a dump truck.
Please call the store directly to inquire.
Many, many trees.
Hime will not, Homey might.
Yes very good service
Yes, I believe this lumber is available either at the store or at the least via an online order.
They are 'eased', meaning the edge is square but not sharp to the corner.
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.