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Upgrading the trim on a vintage home such as this one gives an old doorway a new life.
The latest version of the American Wood Council’s prescriptive guide to wood deck construction includes new updated tables that reflect the change in the design values for Southern Pine lumber.
The Engineered Wood Association has been working to broaden the choices for using wood structural panels to achieve code-required lateral bracing in wood-frame construction. A new APA publication lays out the OSB industry’s latest recommendations for a “simplified” way to meet code.
Market watchers are wondering why lumber prices have dropped, just as homebuilding gets hot.
In tight houses, make sure the frame is dry before closing up the walls
People like blue cheese. Why not blue-stained beetle-killed wood?
The American Lumber Standards Committee (ALSC) has voted to accept new design values for Southern Pine lumber, including all sizes and grades of dimensional lumber.
Southern Pine lumber will get new engineering strength values and new span tables with reduced spans for visually graded lumber.
Montana Ghost Wood comes from dead standing trees, mostly spruce and lodgepole killed by beetles and forest fires
Last week's meeting of the American Lumber Standards Committee (ALSC) was supposed to be the beginning of the end game in the revision of official design values for Southern Pine dimensional lumber.
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