for one thing, you can find these multiple-coated screws in a variety of colors, which will allow you to match the wood tone of the pressure-treated lumber you are using. further, the extra coating on these screws are a great bulwark against rusting. this means the coatings will provide corrosion resistance for outdoor building projects using lumber like cedar or redwood.
the wood has strht grain and has uniform texture. it is pressure treated for protection against rot decay and termites. when used properly it is both safe and environmentally friendly. ideal for a variety of applications including decks play
every piece meets the highest grading standards for every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. this lumber is pressure treated in order to protect it from termites and rot.
a common and inexpensive option is to go with treated lumber, also called pt for pressure-treated. pt wood is made of fir soaked in anti-rot and insecticide agents. its natural color is a somewhat brown-green, but you can stain it for a more attractive color.
pressure treated wood. humid climates tend to host fungi, while climates that include rain, snow and sun eat away at the wood until termites get a whiff and come to finish it off. woods that arent normally resistant to fungus and insects, as redwood and cedar are, can be made resistant by infusing the boards with chemical combinations.
a shorter version of my original video. this video is about the importance of spacing treated lumber decking when installing it. i also touch on the importance of putting the crown down to help
pressure-treated wood is fairly economical and the average homeowner or consumer can expect to build a deck starting around $7.00 per square foot. this means for a modest 100 square foot deck with pressure-treated lumber, the average consumer can consider to have about $934.00 in materials.
cedar vs. pressure-treated wood. cedar naturally keeps out moisture, helping to minimize decay. by comparison, pine or fir demands a special treatment to have the same benefits. pressure-treated wood, or pt wood, describes an infusion of chemicals into the lumber, which: prevents the growth of bacteria or fungi; repels insects