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“…The alternative to air-drying is to use a kiln, which speeds up the process considerably and kills any bugs lurking in your wood. The downside is that using a kiln can cause some color loss.
There is a great lumberyard southeast of Downtown LA called Bohnhoff Lumber, and that’s where we go for what is called our dimensional lumber. Instead of the miserly world of the two-by-four (which is actually a mere 1 1/2” by 3 1/2”), dimensional lumber comes in thicknesses listed by the quarter inch—so 6/4 (six-quarter) would be an inch and half thick, (8/4 (eight-quarter) is two inches, and so forth. The most common…”