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Timber and lumber are related terms that refer to wood products but are used in slightly different contexts.
What is Timber?
Timber generally refers to wood that is still in its natural state, typically in the form of trees or logs.
It refers to standing trees or harvested logs that have not been processed or milled into finished wood products.
Timber is often used in the context of forestry, timberland management, or the timber industry.
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What is Lumber?
Lumber refers to wood that has been processed and cut into standardized sizes and shapes for use in construction, woodworking, and other applications.
It is the term used for wood that has been sawn, planed, and sometimes kiln-dried to achieve specific dimensions and qualities.
Lumber is commonly used for building materials, such as framing, flooring, siding, and furniture production.