Rough-sawn

Rough-sawn

Wood that has been sawn to shape without planing or sanding; typically with saw marks on the surface; usually a preliminary step to being surfaced on all four sides.
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Since 2010, the country has ceased to export rough-sawn timber.
1 To give the house an authentic board-and-batten look, the couple used rough-sawn plywood for the boards instead of pricier cedar planks.
Adhesive works better than wood glue on rough-sawn lumber and is more forgiving on joints that aren't super tight.
Also to be saved are antique wainscoting and bead-board wall in several species, including reclaimed southern yellow pine, reclaimed fir, reclaimed poplar, rough-sawn unpainted, reclaimed spruce and reclaimed hemlock framing lumber.
Building a case for wood as the only true and naturally sustainable building material, Snow talked about the ISO-conformant report on the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of rough-sawn kiln-dried American hardwood lumber and threw the spotlight on the true environmental credentials of the US hardwood resource.
4m long of pressure-treated timber with preservatives, rough-sawn treated timber for cross members and to make door; door fittings i.
Timberline has its own mill at Jarrow which offers great prices on rough-sawn timber that can be cut to any size you require.
The blind can be set right down on the ground or it can be raised up above the water as high as the hunter desires by using 4x4 rough-sawn timbers as pilings or stakes to hold the blind at the desired elevation.
The community will feature rough-sawn cedar, stone and hardi-plank exteriors.
Modern-made fiber-cement material and corrugated tin combined with rough-sawn pine, harvested from the property, formed the exterior.
Windows collected from the side of the road, a 200-year-old door unearthed from a forgotten corner of the barn razed at about the same time, and rough-sawn local hemlock boards make the coop as sturdy and weatherproof as it is utilitarian in design.