Rough Sawn Cants
A rough sawed Spruce timber cant is a large, unfinished piece of lumber that has been cut from a Spruce tree. Cants are wooden pieces with at least one rough, unfinished edge that are rectangular or square.
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Rough sawn Spruce timber cants are large, unfinished pieces of lumber that have been cut from spruce trees using a sawmill. The term “cant” typically refers to a rectangular or square piece of timber that has at least one rough, unfinished edge.
Rough sawn Spruce timber cants are often used in construction and building projects, particularly in the framing of walls, roofs, and floors. The rough surface of the lumber provides good grip for nails and screws, making it easier to fasten in place. Additionally, the large size of the cants makes them well-suited for applications that require a sturdy, load-bearing timber.
Spruce is a softwood species that is widely used in construction due to its strength, durability, and availability. It is relatively lightweight and easy to work with, making it a popular choice for a variety of building projects.
Rough sawn Spruce timber cants are available in a range of sizes and can be custom-cut to meet the specific needs of a particular project. They can be used in a variety of applications, including exterior and interior framing, decking, and fencing. Like other rough sawn spruce timber, they can be left unfinished for a natural look or stained and painted to match the desired aesthetic.
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