Kiln Dried

Kiln Dried Wood - Lumber

Kiln dried - what does that mean? Kiln drying is basically a process of placing sawn lumber into kilns where heated air is circulated. Temperatures inside range from 120 to 190 degrees Fahrenheit. It is a controlled process of reducing the moisture content in the wood, reducing warpage, cracking, and movement. Also, for reclaimed barn wood, it will kill any bugs inside the wood.