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2 in. x 8 in. x 16 ft. #2 and Better PRIME Kiln-Dried Heat Treated Spruce-Pine-Fir Lumber

  • Provides a smooth texture ready to finish
  • Great for both interior and exterior use
  • Strong enough for structural applications
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The Canfor 2 in. x 8 in. x 16 ft. Spruce-Pine-Fir Lumber can be used for structural and nonstructural applications, including framing houses, barns, sheds, furniture and hobbies. This untreated board has a smooth texture and can be painted or stained.
  • Manufactured from spruce, pine and fir
  • Smooth texture
  • 1-1/2 in. x 7-1/4 in. x 16 ft.
  • Prime and paintable
  • Seal and stainable
  • Interior or exterior use
  • For structural or nonstructural applications
  • Can be used for projects such as barns, sheds, furniture, hobbies and framing houses
  • Kiln dried
  • Variety of widths and lengths available (each sold separately)
  • Lumber, wood lumber, dimensional lumber, wood dimensional lumber, paintable lumber, paintable dimensional lumber, smooth lumber
  • Acquire the Canfor 2 in. x 8 in. x 16 ft. spruce-pine-fir lumber 28SE.16, kiln dried untreated board has a smooth texture and can be painted or stained at The Home Depot
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Q:What is the weigth of this wood
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Q:What is the weigt of 2x8x16
by|May 25, 2020
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Q:Why no price? Tells me you want to keep your lumber. Change you web, no one wants to look all ove...
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Q:Why is it called fir lumber
by|May 6, 2016
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A:  Because it is "Fir" not pine, not oak, not maple, etc. Get the idea? It is harvested generally from the Douglas Fir tree which is the most plentiful and structurally strongest of the various softwoods growing in the US and is a preferred material for structural lumber for its strength and workability. There are several different species of fir in the US as well as at least 4 or 5 hemlock/fir combination species which are also used for general building and are relatively interchangable with the more common Douglas Fir though they may have a slightly diffent coloration. Fir is dimentionally stable and recognized for its high strength to weight ratio as indicated by it's close, long, and straight grain with few if any knots and minimal amounts of softer wood between the grain. Hope the long explanation helps.

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A:  Douglas, Fir is not steel LOL

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    The wood was not straight. I was using curbside. The staff did not check the quality of the pro...
    The wood was not straight. I was using curbside. The staff did not check the quality of the product before sending it out of the store.
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      Lumber very bowed and twisted. Made work but all lumber...
      Lumber very bowed and twisted. Made work but all lumber seems to be that way
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      All the boards where warped I grabbed the best that...
      All the boards where warped I grabbed the best that was there and that wasn't even great
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      The quality of the wood is extremely poor. Full of...
      The quality of the wood is extremely poor. Full of knots and splits and warped. Where does this junk come from?
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      When you get straight one all is good
      When you get straight one all is good
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      Excellent lumber and price !
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