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Posted on How to store 40 year old dry lumber

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#1 posted 05-24-2018 01:44 AM

I think I’m going to move about half of it in the basement and then store the rest outside. Guess now’s the time to cut 4 trees down and put up a carport type shed.

are you suppose to use a sticker between every board?

- steffen707

If it is dry wood, and DOES NOT get an increase in moisture, you can simply stack it, no stickering required. Only if it gets wet will you want air movement all around to help dry it out. Being outdoors under a roof even, it will absorb moisture in the air.

- therealSteveN


-- If you think it will take a week and cost $100, it will take a month and cost $400.


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