Air dried lumber now what?
I have some air dried hemlock that is reading below my cheap moisture meter (8%) and ready to plane it and sell as rough, planed, or bee equipment. Should I pull the stickers, plane it first, or sticker it after I plane it? I could get the pile into half the size of a more stable pile and have less checking but the moisture would be set. End of a long dry summer here and we are going into our usual moderate wet winter (rain started today).
Re: Air dried lumber now what?
Outside - Leave it sticked and unplaned till you need it.
Unheated shed or building - Leave it stickered
Climate controlled building - do what ever you like, just make sure it's off the ground.
I would move it in.