All About Wood Session 12: Hardwood Grading

You don’t always have to buy the best grade of material. Many projects lend themselves to using a less expensive grade, and working around the parameters for that grade. We explain Firsts and Seconds, Select and Better and #1 Common, and give you buying advice that will help you choose the appropriate grade for your projects. We also explain the many operations a supplier can do for you such as surfacing and straight-line ripping.