|Actual Product Length (ft.)||16 ft||Actual Product Thickness (in.)||1.5 in|
|Actual Product Width (in.)||7.5 in||Nominal Product H x W (In.)||2x8|
|Nominal Product Length (ft.)||16 ft||Nominal Product Thickness (in.)||2 in|
|Nominal Product Width (in.)||8 in|
|Fastener Recommendation||N/A||Features||Fasteners Included, Paintable, Stainable, Untreated|
|Lumber Grade||#2 & Btr||Material||Wood|
|Moisture content||Kiln Dried||Texture||Smooth|
|Wood Species||Douglas Fir|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See store for details|
A: No, this product is not kiln dried.
A: Kiln dried, but still higher than 34% moisture content, even in Eastern Washington desert area... as well as shouldn't be considered #2s & better for the most part. Over half a bundle purchased, only 17 boards were acceptable for more than farm grade or visable usage.. use your best judgement, and pick your own lumber, and please take moisture into consideration
A: Would consider making the trip. Bought over half a bundle, most were too split, knotted, or twisted to bad to be bought off on inspection, and if going ANYWHERE visible, I would strongly suggest going in yourself.. used to consider most of these as farm/utility grade, but some are even borderline for that.. guess could spend a lot of time bracing, twisting and bucking to get them true, but sometimes isnt even worth that.. learned my lesson.. pro build, Georgia Pacific, LP or others direct... cheaper and easier in the ling run... when tried to take in for swap, got tired of arguing, and left.. will use for utility, of firewood
A: 1.5 x 7.5
A: The other answers are mostly right, HOWEVER the Length on dimension lumber like this will typically be a fraction of an inch longer than the stated dimension in feet.
A: 7 1/2 inches x 1 1/2 inches by 16 feet long
A: The dimensions are: Actual product Length (ft.) 16 Actual product thickness (in.) 1.5 Actual product width (in.) 7.25