our pressure treated fencing provides long-term protection against rot, fungal decay and termite attack. build a wooden fence to beautify your boundaries. industrial
most builders and remodelers use pressure treated lumber to build exterior decks, and the awpa standard effectively matches retention to where in the structure the wood is used. currently, lumber rated for ground contact is typically used for posts and grade beams, while lumber rated for above-ground use is used in the rest of the structure.
pressure-treated southern pine. southern pines ease of treatability has made it the preferred species when pressure treatment with wood preservatives is required. the unique cellular structure of southern pine permits deep and uniform penetration of preservatives, rendering the wood useless as a food source for fungi, termites and micro-organisms.
overview of wood preservative chemicals wood preservative products are those that claim to control wood degradation problems due to fungal rot or decay, sapstain, molds, or wood-destroying insects. both the treatment process and the use of treated-products can result in exposure to pesticides for both people and the environment.
pressure-treated wood has been around for nearly 70 years, yet most of us still know very little about this popular outdoor building material. to start, pressure-treated wood is softwood lumber
in the pressure treatment process, an aqueous solution of cca is applied using a vacuum and pressure cycle, and the treated wood is then stacked to dry. during the process, the mixture of oxides reacts to form insoluble compounds, helping with leaching problems.
pressure-treated pine lumber is treated for protection and pressure-treated pine lumber is treated for protection and longevity. ideal for a variety of applications including decks play sets landscaping stair support and walkways and other outdoor projects where lumber is exposed to the elements.