Will my softwood for stud wall dry out?
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ohdearme
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Will my softwood for stud wall dry out?

by ohdearme » Sat Aug 15, 2020 8:10 pm

Hello

Living in London, my stud partition softwood has got wet over the last two days of wet weather, not soaked, they were covered. I have brought the timbers indoors now.

Will they dry out? How long please, I appreciate your answers will be just a guide, but will be grateful for your comments.

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Re: Will my softwood for stud wall dry out?

by Msk » Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:16 am

They will dry out and want to be below 18%moisture content before they are plasterboarded

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