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#1 posted 01-29-2019 12:44 AM

It takes longer to dry for starters. A longer kiln schedule means more energy needed and greater cost. Also the thicker you go, the harder it is to saw a clear board from a log. I can cut and kiln dry 4/4 lumber in 2-3 months while my 12/4 slabs take 1-2 years. Are you saying I’m wrong to charge more for 12/4?


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