What is timber seasoning?

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Reasons as to why timber is seasoned include; it makes the timber stronger, easier to work with and shows fewer tendencies to warp, split or shake. Seasoning is defined as the controlled process of reducing the moisture content of timber so that it is suitable for the environment and intended use. Air seasoning and kiln seasoning are two types of seasoning.
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