Construction Grade Hardwood

Best used for:

Foundation Work

Available in these sizes:

2 x Random Width in 8’, 10’, 12’, 16’

3 x Random Width in 8’, 10’, 12’, 16’

3 x Random Width (Full Cut) in 8’

3×10 in 8’ and 10’

4×4, 6×6, 8×8, and 12×12 in 8’ to 20’

Construction Grade Hardwood

When doing foundation work, you typically use construction-grade hardwood, aka, lagging and shoring to help retain the dirt walls created by digging into the earth. When the foundation of a building is being created, this product is not only functional and aids in the creation of the foundation, but it also acts as something that safely protects a job site and its workers by retaining those dirt walls.

Frisco Woodline originally started as a hardwood supplier and still focuses on and maintains an extensive inventory of construction-grade hardwood today. The main types of species that make up our construction grade hardwood are mainly Oak,poplar, hickory, and Maple but we also sometimes use Gum as well.

Frequently Asked Questions

Lagging and Shoring is mixed hardwood used to support excavation and other temporary protection applications.
It is usually mixed hardwood, which consists of oak, maple, gum, hickory, and poplar.

Random width is commonly used for temporary protection because of the relatively lower cost associated with it. In most applications, there is a particular area that needs to be covered, so the width of the lumber does not often matter. This lumber tends to be cheaper, as well.

Yes, it can be used for crane mats, deck mats, pallets, and ties. The higher-grade lumber that is produced from mixed hardwood trees is often used for furniture and cabinetry.

Yes! Frisco Woodline has a multitude of certifications, including the FSC Certification. Learn more about our certifications.

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