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2013 Lumber Price List

 

(Prices are per board foot of air dried, rough cut lumber.)

 

 

Species

FAS

#1 Common

#2 Common

#3 Common

Maple

3.30

2.50

2.05

1.90

Walnut

4.15

3.55

2.40

2.15

White Cedar

2.00

1.70

1.40

1.15

Ash

2.80

2.00

1.70

1.40

 

Firsts and Seconds (FAS)

The best and most expensive grade.  Boards 6” and wider, 8’ and longer.  Yields 83-1/3 percent of clear face cuttings with minimum sizes of 4” x 5’, or 3” x 7’.  Suitable for fine furniture, cabinetry, and applications where clear, wide boards are needed.

 

No. 1 Common

A typical thrift or “shop” grade.  Boards are 3” and wider, 4’ and longer.  Yields 66-2/3 percent clear face cuttings with minimum sizes of 4” x 2’, or 3” x 3’.  Provides good value, especially if relatively small pieces can be used.  Select lumber will also be graded as No. 1 Common where one side is FAS and the other is No. 1 Common.

 

No. 2 Common (2A and 2B)

Boards are 3” and wider, 4’ and longer.  Yields 50 percent clear face cuttings 3” and wider by 2’ and longer.  Suitable for some paneling and flooring applications.

 

No. 3 Common (3A and 3B)

Boards are 3” and wider, 4’ and longer.  Yields 33-1/3 percent clear face cuttings 3” and wider by 2’ and longer.  Economical choice for rough utility applications:, crates, palettes, fencing, etc.

 

 





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