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Environmental commodity


Do you know what rough wood is?


As the name suggests, it is wood that is sold in a rough state, without undergoing a more "refined" finishing, so to speak. It may contain some imperfections (such as visible splinters and burrs) and its surface is slightly rough.

Rough wood, being slightly cheaper, is widely used in construction parts where they do not need to be visible, mainly serving as structure in roofs, coverings, and foundations, and can be easily found in the form of rafters, boards, slats, and battens.

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