Because the terminology in Timber can be overwhealming, here we have a list of the most used terms in the industry:
Timber has been dried naturally by the air usually under cover to a moisture content of 15% to 20%
A moulding used to surround an opening to cover the gap between joinery and the adjoining work.
A railing; A series of rails or columns joined by a top rail.
Term applied generally to timber from the Baltic States.
An endless ribbon saw rotating around two pulley wheels used for curved work in joinery and cabinet making.
A long thin piece of rectangular shaped material used to support roof tiles or cover joints between paneling.
Structural timber which is supported at 2 or 4 points.
A length of timber placed across piers or a series of stringers.
In carpentry a slope from the horizontal or vertical angle.
A marring in the appearance of timber that is not serious enough to be classed as a defect.
A wood boring insect at the beetle or lava stage which burrows into the wood or between bark and wood.
A condition that develops after a tree has been injured which cover the wound.
A type of long thin weatherboards which overlap one another horizontally on an outside wall.