Structural Lumber


Definition of "Structural lumber"

Gina  Teague
Gina Teague RE/MAX Unlimited

A strong piece of lumber at least two-by-four. It is used for studs and beams to hold a building or structure up. The structure is in effect, attached to, or built onto the structural lumber of a building frame.

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