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What is a board foot?
The easiest way to grasp this industry convention is simply to understand that a board foot is a unit of volume equal to 144 cubic inches of wood. A board's three dimensions (thickness, width and length) in inches are multiplied together, then divided by 144 to arrive at board footage.

Ex: A board that is 84" long, 6" wide and 1" thick
84 x 6 x 1 = 504
504/144 = 3.5 board feet (bf)

The equilivant of 1 board foot....
24" x 6" x 1" = 1bf
12" x 6" x 2" = 1bf

What is a board foot?


What does 4/4 and 8/4 etc mean?

This refers to the thickness of the board, measured in quarters of an inch.

Measuring Lumber

Examples:
4/4 - 1" thick
5/4 - 1 1/4" thick
6/4 - 1 1/2" thick
8/4 - 2" thick
10/4 - 2 1/2" thick
12/4 - 3" thick
...

Do you ship or deliver?
No, at this point in time we are not able to delivery however we do have an online store for purchasing smaller items.

What methods of payment do you offer?
Visa, Mastercard, Interac and Cash. Gift certificates are also available.

Gift Certificate

Do you offer discounts?
Yes! When purchasing the same type of lumber we are able to provide a discount structure.
20bf - save 10%
50bf - save 15%
100bf - save 20%

Plywood - save 10% when purchasing 6 sheets or more.

We also have a monthly e-newsletter that notifies you of our current monthly special. Interested? You can subscribe at the bottom of the page!
Our discount structure does not apply to sale items.

What is your return policy?
We prefer you to take your time going through our selection to find exactly what you need. We can also hold an item for you while you confirm your calculations, bring your spouse or client in for a second opinion... whatever the reason!
- Wood must be returned in its original condition within 7 days for a store credit
- All plywood and live edge slabs are final sale


Common terms used throughout the store

BF - Board foot
G2S - Good two sides
QS - Quartersawn
R4F - Red four face
RF - Riftsawn
1C, 2C - 1 Common, 2 Common

How do you apply Livos?

We have a blog post on this exact topic - click here to read some tips & tricks.

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