Why it’s so expensive to dry timber

In a rural state in central California, a small company is trying to figure out how to make the process of drying timber cheaper and more efficient.

It’s a project that has a few challenges, but they’re the kind of challenges that we’ve been trying to address for decades, says Matt McInnes, president of the Timber Drying Company.

For one thing, most dry-fire companies aren’t allowed to have a permit to do so.

They also have to pay a fee to do it, but the fee doesn’t cover the labor and materials needed to dry the wood.

To make things more expensive, McInes said, some companies will use a different process, such as a heat treatment or an incinerator.

In other cases, they’ll use a more traditional drying process that requires more work, and that costs more.

That’s why the company is starting a new process for dry-firing timber.

The company is using the same type of heat treatment and incinerator that is used to dry wood for other types of construction.

It also hopes to get the fees paid for in a matter of weeks, he said.

McInnes is hoping to get permits to dry and heat-dry wood, and then start a new business from scratch.

His company will start drying and heating timber in the next few weeks.

McIngnes said that’s an ambitious project, and it’s still in the early stages.

But it’s a great way to make a quick buck, he told me.

In this video from California’s Big Timber Dryfire, you can see a dry-fired lumber miller at work.

The process requires some heat, and he’ll burn the wood in a heated room, then take it off a truck and load it onto a truck to a truck-mounted drying station.

I asked McInles how long the process will take.

He told me it will be three weeks, but that the company will likely start doing it more quickly, he added.

I contacted Timber Diving Company, and McInners lawyer said they would be happy to answer questions.

I also spoke to a timber drying company that has started a similar project, but it’s much larger, McIngnes added.

He estimated the company’s costs will range from $3,000 to $5,000 per ton.

McIngles told me the company can handle the costs and expects to start drying wood in January.

He told me he hopes to start a small business out of it.

It could be something small like his own timber drying business.

This is what the timber drying process looks like.

The process uses a heat-drying machine to dry, heat, or both.

You can see the process at work in this video.