|Utility Grade 152/38 Untreated Pine||R 35.31||per meter|
|Plank 100/19 2.4m Untreated||R 21||each|
|Utility Grade 38/38 Untreated Pine||R 8.07||per meter|
|Utility Grade 76/38 Untreated Pine||R 15.64||per meter|
|Utility Grade 114/38 Untreated Pine||R 24.8||per meter|
|Utility Grade 228/50 Untreated Pine||R 94.39||per meter|
|Plank 100/20 2.4m Planed Untreated||R 34.09||each|
DescriptionWe have a wide range of utility grade planks for all your DIY needs.
Here is some terminology that you need to know:
"Wet of saw" - A plank that have been cut, but has not been dried or planed, thus leaving a rough surface on the plank.
"Kiln dried" - Wood has been placed in an oven-like structure / chamber and heated to dry out the planks evenly. Kiln dried planks are more expensive than wet of saw planks.
"Utility grade" - No official grading has been awarded to these planks.
"Treated" - Planks can be CCA treated. CCA is a preservative used in the treatment timber. Unfortunately CCA can't be purchased over the counter as it contains Arsenic.
Here is some of the standard stock we have:
100mm x 19mm Pine - wet of saw
152mm x 38mm Saligna - wet of saw
152mm x 38mm Kiln dried, finger jointed pine