|Actual Product Length (ft.)||8 ft||Actual Product Thickness (in.)||1.5 in|
|Actual Product Width (in.)||5.5 in||Nominal Product H x W (In.)||2x6|
|Nominal Product Length (ft.)||8 ft||Nominal Product Thickness (in.)||2 in|
|Nominal Product Width (in.)||6 in|
|Fastener Recommendation||N/A||Features||Paintable, Stainable|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See store for details|
A: yes, its 100% natural wood and not treated whit any chemicals.
A: Yes, but you need to apply linseed oil to protect the wood for your raised bed. I started using this wood last year for my raised beds and it has done well.
A: Yes, this kiln dried Spruce, Pine or Fir lumber is adequate for building wooden shipping containers...Check with the shipping company / carrier for their regulations on materials used, there could be an industry standard or several different regulations per shipping company...Also all shipping companies might have a regulation regarding fire proof or fire retardant materials...
A: You would probably be better off using deck boards for stairs.
A: Yes, relating to structural strength of this item...However, most building codes require stair treads are wider than 5 1/2", typically stair treads would be at least 7" to 10", which would be fabricated from 2x8 or 2x10 stock...This item would not be acceptable for any exterior stair treads, exterior stair treads must be pressure treated lumber...
A: I personally would use it on stairs inside but I would use treated wood if the steps are outside.