Suppose you mean 5/4 decking?
Looks like cherry love!
In 15 yrs we probably won't be able to borrow money at these low rates. Buy low, even when it comes to money.
Think so, hard to tell with the splitter.
Now I feel bad.
It does have a startchy smell.
Wow, must be some wet wood.
I guess I have seen this but can't remember.
Isn't that nice, thought I was receiving oak that needed 2+ yrs to season, end up getting sugar maple that I can use for cooking or heating my house...
Ah, love the heat, hate the smell of locust burning.
I can fit 10' trim boards in my suv and keep them out of the weather. Of couse, just a few. Sometimes thats all you need.
This was delivered to me. What say you?
There seems to be a mix of oak (saw a leaf) and some kind of maple. Please identify the maple.
I wish, we'll see, I'll split soon.
At these rates get the 30 yr and pay it off in 15.
Need a fan in the bathroom. Is it worth getting one with a heater or keep using the electric heater turned on all night?
IMO I would probably use 5/4 x6 pressure treated decking. If it was heavier duty I would use 2x6 pt. I would definetely take the opportunity to get...
Proof that you can't put 200 lbs of wood into a 100 lb container.
Too bad it will still need 2+ years to season!
Yeah, some where 3-4' long. What a PITA having to buck and split!
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