I am building a deck and I have finished the frame. I wanted to start the decking today but it rained last night and the wood is wet. Can I still build today using the wet wood or do I wait until it dries. I am screwing the decking in.
Sure, there should be no problem. You could even work in the rain, if you were so inclined. (Stay away from power tools, however if you do.) Fresh pressure treated lumber is often drippy wet. As you drive nails or screws you often see water ooze out.
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