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  • A table of lumber sizes that includes the actual lumber sizes. ... 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 so many common ... 2 x 6, 1 1/2 x 5 1/2, 38 x 140. 2 x 8, 1 1/2 x 7 1/4, 38 x 184. 2 x 10, 1 1/2 ...

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  • Here you'll find every detail on our products, from the width of a board to the length of a post sleeve–everything that makes Seventrust unlike anything else. .... for 42" (1066 mm) Rail Height (1/box) (3.75 in x 3.75 in x 7 in or 95 mm x 95 mm x 177 mm external dimensions of insert); Surface Mount Post Hardware–Wood (10 kits/box) ...

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  • Natural woods command a premium price because they are more scarce than pressure-treated material. You may need to order some dimensions lengths because lumber yards typically do not devote as much floor space to these woods. Composites have the highest cost since they are manufactured instead of cut, and ...

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  • FEATURED PRODUCT - Cascade Premium pre-stained redwood decking comes from A & B grade clear redwood. It is factory pre-stained with a non-toxic water based stain. This material is harvested from 2nd growth trees out of responsibly managed, sustainable redwood forests in Northern California. All other grades ...

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  • Use this deck floor calculator to determine the number of deck boards you need to complete your project. Input the area of the deck and a few options to see the lengths and quantities of decking, screws and hidden fasteners. ... Or, Enter Dimensions. Length. Feet * Required. Inches. Width. Feet * Required. Inches ...

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  • We do stock a pressure treated 2x6, though it is a framing grade. 1x4. This is the classic farmer porch style. Color There are three basic choices for size of decking. This is important to decide whether you are choosing a natural wood or a composite decking product. Each sort of decking has its own coloring characteristics, ...

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  • We stock all common sizes of Western Red Cedar decking. ... CEDAR DECKING, GRADE, SIZE. Clear, 5/4X4 (1" X 3.5"). 5/4X6 (1" X 5.5"). 2x4 (1.5" X 3.5"). 2x6 (1.5" X 5.5"). Knotty, 5/4X4 (1" X 3.5"). 5/4X6 (1" X 5.5"). 2x4 (1.5" X 3.5"). 2x6 (1.5" X 5.5") ...

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  • Fasteners can loosen and your deck can wind up with uneven and unsightly wide gaps between the boards. If you're unsure whether a board is too wet, compare its weight with that of an untreated board the same size; if it's twice as heavy and feels damp, it may need time to dry. You can “sticker” the wood and let it dry for a ...

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  • Jun 6, 2017 ... Both composites and plastic lumber come in sizes similar to wood decking, including 2 x 4, 2 x 6 and 5/4 x 6-in. Prices vary because there are so many different companies, but composites are typically less expensive than plastic lumber. For example, for 5/4 x 6-in. decking, expect to pay about $2.50 per ...

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  • Using 2X stock over undersized joists does help make the deck feel more solid. If you have 24 OC joists, I'd definitely stay with the 2X decking. An other option if you have wider joist spacing is to add a joist between each one if possible, then you can use 1X wood or even better, composite decking that will ...

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  • Lengths: 6ft, 8ft, 12ft and 16ft. Actual Size: 1.5" x 5.5" (3.8cm x 13.7cm). Weight: 2.65lbs/ft. Radius edge. Woodgrain pattern on one side, smooth on reverse. FEATURES. Colors: White, Gray, Putty, Cedar, Tan, Black, Redwood, Chocolate Brown, Green, Weathered Wood, Anchor Gray, Harbor Wood. Board Composition: ...

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