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Re: Dry Lumber

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If your client can afford it, "engineered wood lumber" may be the way to 
go.  Some manufacturers produce it at fairly low MC...8 to 12%....don't 
know if it stays that dry during transporation, storage, etc.

David Evans, P.E.
TNH, Inc.



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