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Lumber Dimension Chart Sawdust Making

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Actual size will be smaller than listed nominal size do to loss of material when run through planer. 4/4, 4/8. etc. Actual dimensions of material given in quarters of an inch, usually rough lumber sold directly by mill. Board Foot A volume measurement of lumber, 1 board foot is equal to 144 cubic inches, to calculate multiply width in inches

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Commercial Standard Lumber Sizes Table Chart PDF

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Rough lumber cannot be less than 1/8" (3.2mm) thicker or wider than the nominal finished thickness or width, except that 20% of a shipment cannot be less than 2/32" (2.4mm) thicker or wider. Commercial Lumber Sizes Chart Table Nominal Size Actual Size Weight / Foot ** 1X3 .75 X 2.5 0.47 1X4 .75 X 3.5 0.64 1X6 .75 X 5.5 1.00 1X8 .75 X 7.25 1.32

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Lumber sizes. Standard lumber dimensions

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42 rows · Most lumber for residential construction comes from 8 feet (244 centimeters) to 16 ft. …

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Commercial Lumber Sizes Chart Table Engineers Edge

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50 rows · Dry lumber that has been seasoned or dried to a moisture content 19% or less and …

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Sizes of dimension lumber CWC

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Sizes of dimension lumber Standard dimension lumber sizes produced in North America are listed in the table below. Other sizes are available, but are less common. The availability of lumber sizes (thickness, depth, length) can vary throughout Canada and the United States. Lengths up to 6.1 m (20 ft) are

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Common Lumber Dimensions ProWood Lumber

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Lumber sizes are usually given in “nominal” measurements. The nominal measurements are a board’s size before it has been planed smooth (surfaced) on all 4 sides. The actual measurements are the final size. If your project calls for precise measurements, be sure to check your lumber before purchasing.

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FREE Woodworking Charts Wood

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Lumber Sizing Chart Easy board foot calculation Hardwoods sell in grades by the board foot, a basic unit of measurement that equals a 1"-thick board that's 12" wide and 12" long. That's because hardwoods--unlike softwoods-aren't cut and milled as dressed, sized lumber in standard nominal dimensions (2X4, 1X6, 4X4, etc.) to only be cut to length

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Dimensional Lumber Sizes: Nominal vs. Actual …

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Dimensional lumber is cut to a specific length, width, and depth. However, there is a difference between the nominal size (what the lumber is referred to) and the actual size. The tables below provide both the nominal and actual sizes

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Lumber Study Guide YourNHPA.org

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• The nominal size is the size of the lumber before it has been dried and planed. Therefore, the actual size will be smaller than the nominal size. For example, lumber that is sold as a 2x6 (nominal size) is actually 1-1/2” deep x 5-1/2” wide. • Lumber sized between 2” and 4” thick (nominal) is often referred to as dimensional lumber.

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Free Woodworking Charts, Templates, and Guides

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Download free woodworking charts, guides, templates for building easy wood projects : FREE Woodworking Charts, Templates, and Guides - PDF Downloads : Pilot Hole Guide: Pocket Screw Chart: Screw & Bit Chart: Buying Lumber . EZ Project Planner

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WWPA Standard Sizes Chart Framing Lumber

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WWPA Standard Sizes Chart - Framing Lumber 1. Table 6STANDARD SIZES - FRAMING LUMBER Nominal & Dressed (Based on Western Lumber Grading Rules) Dressed Dimensions Nominal Size Thicknesses & Widths Thickness Width Surfaced Surfaced Length Product Description inch inch dry unseasoned feet inch mm inch mm 2 2 11 ⁄2 38 19 ⁄16 40 3 3 …

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572 Span Tables Bear Creek Lumber

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The Standard Species Combinations for structurally graded Western lumber are also shown on this page. BASE VALUES FOR WESTERN DIMENSION LUMBER1 Nominal Sizes: 2″to 4″thick by 2″and wider Grades described in Western Lumber Grading Rules, Sections 40.00, 41.00, 42.00 and 62.00.

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Commercial Lumber Sizes Chart, Table, & Calculator

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Green lumber is any lumber whose moisture content is greater than 19%.When purchased, rough lumber can’t less than 1/8″ thicker or wider than the actual size specified, except that 20% of a shipment can be up to 2/32″ thicker or wider. That’s per the American Softwood Lumber Standard PS 20-05, which BTW is a voluntary product standard.

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A free printable PDF chart of actual lumber sizes! These

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Intro to Woodworking: Lumber Size Guide - Free Printable! A free printable chart of actual vs. nominal lumber sizes. These common softwood dimensional wood sizes are often used in DIY woodworking projects. Angela Marie Made. 94k followers . Antique Woodworking Tools. Woodworking Shows. Woodworking For Kids

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APPENDIX: LUMBER YourNHPA.org

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In the chart below, you’ll notice the green lumber is slightly larger than the dry lumber. When the green lumber eventually dries out, it will be about the same dimensions as the dry lumber. Nominal Size Actual Size Green Size 1” 3/4” 25/32” 2” 1 …

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Standard Lumber Sizes Chart sulta.townofcarywis.org

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Lumber Size Chart In 2019 Lumber Sizes Modern Kitchen; Lumber Dimensions Thread Unit Conversion Charts; Lumber Dimensions Lumber Sizes Lumber Nominal Size; Wwpa Standard Sizes Chart Framing Lumber; Understanding Actual Vs Nominal Sizes In Lumber; Intro To Woodworking Lumber Size Guide Free Printable; Board Feet Chart And Calculator

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NATIONAL GRADING RULE for DIMENSION LUMBER

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Product Standard 20 American Softwood Lumber Standard published by the U. S. Department of Commerce, stipulates that a National Grading Rule Committee composed of members competent in the field of lumber technology shall "establish, maintain and make fully and fairly available nomenclature and descriptions of grades for dimension lumber."

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Softwood Lumber Standard Sizes Engineering ToolBox

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Board Feet Chart and Calculator - Board feet - volume measurement of lumber; Fire Wood - the Cord - The cord unit for purchasing fuel wood. Hardwood and Softwood Species - Species of hardwood vs. softwood. Lumber - Weights - Weights of green, kiln dried and pressure treated lumber boards.

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SPAN TABLES FOR JOISTS AND RAFTERS

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3. LUMBER SIZES Tabulated spans apply to surfaced (S4S) lumber having dimensions which conform to the American Softwood Lumber Standard, PS 20-05. These sizes are as follows: Nominal Actual Surfaced Size Dry Size 2 x 4 1-1/2 x 3-1/2 2 x 6 1-1/2 x 5-1/2 2 x 8 1-1/2 x 7-1/4 2 x 10 1-1/2 x 9-1/4 2 x 12 1-1/2 x 11-1/4 4. MOISTURE CONTENT

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Epic Lumber Dimensions Guide and Charts (Softwood

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This chart provides nominal and actual sizes, in inches and millimeters, for softwood lumber that is 1” thick. Softwood Lumber Dimensions-2BY Softwood lumber that is two inches thick comes in a range of standard sizes. Notice there is no such thing as a 2” x 5”. Softwood Lumber Dimensions-3BY This chart shows the standard 3-by sizes.

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Rough lumber dimensions WOODWEB

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Also, because hardwoods only use BF to the closest foot, 1 BF is the size of a piece of hardwood lumber ranging from 6" to 18" wide and 12" (1 foot) long by 1.00 to 1.24 inches thick. I think if you search the archives, you will find a short paper that I wrote and we put here for people that are confused.

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VERSALAM® LVL Size Chart Laminated Beam Span Tables

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ENGINEERED WOOD PRODUCTS (EWP) LVL SPAN AND SIZE CHARTS. VERSA-LAM ® laminated veneer lumber (LVL) beams and headers eliminate twisting, shrinking and splitting, and deliver flatter, quieter floors and structures. Our VERSA-LAM ® LVL is manufactured in either Alexandria (Lena), Louisiana in Eastern United States, or in White City, Oregon for the …

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Intro to Woodworking: Lumber Size Guide Free Printable

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However, the actual dimensions of the wood are 3/4 inch x 1 1/2 inch and the nominal size is 1×2. The difference has to do with the sawmill process and shrinkage of the wood. I decided to put together the below handy chart of actual lumber sizes for any new DIYers who are just learning about woodworking and how to build and also as a quick

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9+ Creative Dimensional Lumber Sizes Chart Countevery

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The tables below provide both the nominal and actual sizes so many common North American lumber sizes. 34 inch x 1-12 inch. 1 x 10 34 x 9-12 1316 x Random. Lumber sized between 2 and 4 thick nominal is often referred to as dimensional lumber. Common treated lumber dimensions are available through most building supply retailers.

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Hardwood Lumber Chart Mendham Plywood

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Nominal size in lumber refers to the idea that a piece of lumber is first cut to a size and then as it is prepared for use, it is still called by that original size. Planing will reduce the actual dimension as will reducing the moisture content (drying). This is why a 2×4 does not really measure a full two inches by a full 4 inches.

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Common Treated Lumber Dimensions Treated Wood

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Manager, 84 Lumber, Rozzelles Ferry Road, Charlotte, NC. "Ecolife is our brand of choice for pressure treated wood for a couple of reasons. We have seen a great reduction in checking as well as an overall improvement in product appearance. This leads to …

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What Are Standard Lumber Sizes? Home Guides SF Gate

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Moreover, retailers usually conform to a different standard when sizing hardwood lumber. Nominal thicknesses, expressed in increments of 1/4 …

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RULES National Hardwood Lumber Association

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log. Shipments of rough lumber will admit 25% of surfaced lumber when it is of the specified rough thickness. Contracts for green lumber should specify dimensions required to provide for shrinkage in drying. Miscut Lumber 9. Rough lumber shall be categorized for Standard Thickness by the

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Metric Measure for Wood Products

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Metric Lumber Sizes Nominal Actual Metric 2x4 1.5” x 3.5” 38x89 2x6 1.5” x 5.5” 38x140 2x8 1.5” x 7.25” 38x184 2x10 1.5” x 9.25” 38x235 2x12 1.5” x 11.25” 38x286 soft converted ACTUAL lumber sizes (NOT nominals) will be soft converted. Soft conversion is conversion to metric with little rounding versus hard conversionwhere

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Standard Patterns Unity Forest Products

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Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . back cover STANDARD PATTERNS LUMBER ABBREVIATIONS BEV Beveled BEV SDG Beveled siding BS Both sides CB Center Beaded CB1S Center bead one side CB2S Center bead two sides CG Center groove CG2E Center groove two edges CLG Ceiling CM Center matched CS Caulking seam CSG Casing CV Center Vee CV1S Center vee one side …

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Complete Guide to Buying Lumber The Art of Manliness

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In America the “two-bys” (2x4s, 2x6s, 2x8s, 2x10s) and the 4×4 are the most common structural lumber sizes (though we’ll see in a bit that a 2×4 really isn’t 2 inches thick and 4 inches wide). While the thickness and width is standard, the length is not. You can have a 2×4 that’s six, eight, or even ten feet long.

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Types of Lumber The Home Depot

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The most commonly used lumber, structural lumber, are the 2-foot x 4-foot and 4-foot x 4-foot boards used in everyday DIY and construction projects. Framing and structural lumber follows standard building dimensions (thickness and width). Standard dimensions allow for faster building as less cutting is needed on site.

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actual lumber size chart,New daily offers,sulta

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History of Yard Lumber Size Standards

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lumber led to the first national size standard in 1924. This was revised in 1926, 1928, 1939, and 1953, while still another revision is proposed for adoption in 1964. Demand for lumber in World War II led to the shipment and use of large quantities of lumber dressed green to standard sizes.

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Western Lumber Grades and Quality Control

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Dimension Lumber - 2" to 4" thick and 2" (nominal) and wider. Framing lumber in 2" thickness is typically produced with a 1/8" eased edge. However, some mills produce lumber with a 1/4" eased edge to assist in handling. These products are identified on the grademark as "1/4" EE."

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Dimensional Lumber Sizes For Building and Remodeling

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A typical dimensional lumber designation might read as such: "2 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft." This can be confusing because it is a mixture of nominal and actual sizes. The first two numbers (2 inches and 4 inches) are nominal widths and depths for the lumber. As stated earlier, their actual sizes are 1 1/2 inches and 3 1/2 inches.

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Floor Joist Sizes & Span in Residential Home Building

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2×10. 1-1/2 x 9-1/4. 2×12. 1-1/2 x 11-1/4. If you are replacing floor joists, it is important to size them correctly. Floor joists must support the weight of the floor and whatever is on it. The maximum load for a floor joist depends on …

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Lumber grades and sizes Canadian Wood

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The coastal forests of B.C. have a wide variety of lumbers such as western hemlock, Douglas fir, western red cedar, and yellow cedar. These species offer more opportunities for a wider variety of lumber sizes, final moisture content, and surface quality finishes. In addition, the lumber produced by this coastal region has a wider variety of grades, including both structural and …

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Lumber Dimension Lumber The Canadian Wood Council

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Lumber. Dimension lumber is solid sawn wood that is less than 89 mm (3.5 in) in thickness. Lumber can be referred to by its nominal size in inches, which means the actual size rounded up to the nearest inch or by its actual size in millimeters. For instance, 38 × 89 mm (1-1/2 × 3-1/2 in) material is referred to nominally as 2 × 4 lumber. Air

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Lumber Wikipedia

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In Canada and the United States, the standard lengths of lumber are 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24 feet (1.8, 2.4, 3.0, 3.7, 4.3, 4.9, 5.5, 6.1, 6.7 and 7.3 m). For wall framing, precut "stud" lengths are available, and are commonly used. For ceilings heights of 8, 9 or 10 feet (2.4, 2.7 or 3.0 m), studs are available in 92

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Understanding Actual vs. Nominal Sizes in Lumber

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Originally, a 2 x 4 was cut as a rough green board that was exactly 2 x 4 inches in size, but by the time the boards were dried and planed, the boards became smaller, approaching the now-standard 2 x 4 dimensions of 1 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches in size. In modern lumber practices, the boards are no longer exactly 2 x 4 inches when first cut, but today's drying and planing …

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2018 National Design Specification Supplement

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dard PS 20-15 (American Softwood Lumber Standard). Reference design values for most species and grades of visually graded dimension lumber are based on provisions of ASTM Standard D 1990-16 (Establishing Allowable Properties for Visually Graded Dimension Lumber from In-Grade Tests of Full-Size Specimens). Reference design

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Lumber Dimensions Collected From: http://www.woodbin.com

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dry lumber dimensions. When a piece of green lumber is surfaced to the "standard" green size, it will shrink to approximately the standard dry size as it dries down to about 15 percent moisture content. (The American Softwood Lumber Standard defines dry as a moisture content of 19 percent or less with an average of 15 percent.) For example, a

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Hardwood Lumber Dimensions Engineering ToolBox

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Softwood Lumber - Dimensions - Commercial softwood lumber dimension chart - nominal and actual sizes. Softwood Lumber - Grading - Rough lumber, surfaced lumber (dressed), worked lumber, shop and factory lumber and yard lumber. Structural Lumber - Section Sizes - Basic size, area, moments of inertia and section modulus for timber - metric units.

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Dimension lumber from Canada and Europe KP WOOD

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Dimension lumber from Canada and Europe. Species. KD SPF and KD Whitewood max. m/c19% S4S EE. Sample Sizes. 1" x 4" (19mm x 89mm) 1" x 6" (19mm x 140mm) 1" x 8" (19mm x 184mm) 1" x 10" (19mm x 235mm) 2" x 3" (38mm x 63mm)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the standard sizes of lumber?

Standard dimensions for construction lumber include thicknesses of "one-by" and "two-by" and widths from two inches to 12 inches. For example, there are two-by-fours, one-by-sixes and other combinations of those numbers.

What are the standard lengths for dimensional lumber?

Dimension lumber, also known as dimensional lumber, is the common term for lumber cut to standard width and depth, and it is measured by inches. Common sizes are 2X4’s, 2X6’s, and 4x4’s. Dimension lumber is often called by these names, two by fours, two by sixes, etc. and it is not length specific.

What are the actual dimensions of a 2 x 6?

– 2 x 6 is one and one-half by five and one-half inches or 38 millimeters by 140 millimeters. ... – 1 x 2 is three-fourths by one and one-half inches in actual size or 19 millimeters by 38 millimeters.

What is the standard length of lumber?

Most lumber for residential construction comes from 8 feet (244 centimeters) to 16 ft. (488 cm) long with 24” (71 mm) increment. ... But typically 8’, 10’ and 12’ are common length.