i live outside of boston. in may, i had a local contractor resurface a large deck using fir. i have not yet stained it. in the last few days i saw that several boards are cracking and splintering. specifically, the bottom step leading off the deck cracked along the grain at the spot where people step on it before stepping into the yard, and to prevent it from breaking off i
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the workshop is a very good target for the wood miracle, with no risk of disillusion, since the villagers won't deliver wood to it by themselves unless you assign disciple craftsmen to it (which you should definetly do). construction sites are also equally good targets. this leads to the second problem.
because when the deck was installed the wood wasn't dried correctly, too much moisture left behind. and it was never finished properly. all wood contains water and needs to dry to a certain moisture content so as to remain “dimensionally stable”.
the eureka originally carried rail cars on the lower deck, not motor cars, between tiburon, on the north side of the bay, and san francisco. twenty-five sails are split between three masts, in
wood cracking on new deck - problem ? showing 1-6 of 6 messages. wood cracking on new deck - problem ? is this typical or is something wrong with the wood? also, each floor board and railing is installed so that the sides are so some boards will split as the lumber tries to