What does pet mean in lumber?

PET stands for Precision End Trimmed (lumber) Suggest new definition.

In this way, what is FAS grade lumber?

* FAS 1-Face (F1F abbreviation) is a Select piece of lumber that is 6 inches and wider. * Select is a No. 1 Common piece of lumber (the poorer side grades No. 1 Common) and the reverse side (the better side) grades FAS. The price of Selects and 1-Face is usually the same as FAS.

What are the grades of lumber?

Lumber from cone bearing trees—like pine, redwood, and fir—are grouped together as softwoods and graded based on either their strength or appearance. Knots and other defects result in a lower grade. Most two inch thick softwood lumber is graded for its strength rather than appearance.

What is a s4s in wood?

S4S stands for "surfaced on 4 sides", meaning that the material is finished on all four sides. Dimensional lumber is commonly S4S. S4S finished lumber and dimensional lumber are labeled according to nominal size, or the size of the rough board before it was planed smooth.

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