Moisture content t&g ceiling
I have a new construction house that is not climate controlled yet. I need to run tongue and groove ceiling before the insulation can be installed in the attic. So, with no insulation, all wood inside is essentially open to outside air by way of sofit and space above walls where rafters sit. I have tongue and groove properly stacked inside to "acclimate". The moisture content of the tongue and groove is showing 12% on the meter. Some studs and other wood inside read 12% also, or very close to that (some studs show 8-9%). The tongue and groove is yellow pine. What can I do at this point? The T+G lumber can't acclimate to a heated house before installation because the house can't be heated until the T+G ceiling is installed to support insulation. Won't the T+G installed at 12% moisture content shrink quit a bit after the home is heated? Especially since the T+G will be on the upstairs ceiling of a home heated by a wood stove! What do I do? Thanks so much for your time!