pressure-treated lumber


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pressure-treated lumber

Lumber that has been impregnated under pressure with a chemical preservative or fire retardant.
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Japanese standards of pressure-treated lumber are then introduced, which are the main cause for the lack of SYP lumber use in Japan.
Another factor in the growing popularity of Clearline's C-Port supports is the trend in construction today to use pressure-treated lumber.
Composite decking (made with recycled plastic and wood fibers) can last for decades without needing the yearly treatment of wood preservatives that even pressure-treated lumber requires.
For 3 decades, builders of outdoor decks, arbors, swing sets, and other unpainted structures have relied almost exclusively on the greenish wood known as pressure-treated lumber.
to develop foamed wood composites that could replace pressure-treated lumber.
On April 30, Zigman (in a report more worthy of her time) revealed that pressure-treated lumber used in playground construction has arsenic that can leech into ground water (unless the wood has been sealed).
The material is standard, construction-grade, pressure-treated lumber.
Nasdaq: UFPI) is pleased to announce the launch of its all-new ProWood[R] premium pressure-treated lumber brand, comprising superior quality products created for serious do-it-yourselfers and contractors, alike, and backed by a lifetime limited warranty.
Use pressure-treated lumber where it touches the concrete floor.
With the additional guarantee of a 25-year limited residential warranty, Trex Elevations surpasses pressure-treated lumber.
In addition, increases will occur due to a shift in product mix to higher value, environmentally friendly items, as well as steady production of pressure-treated lumber and healthy levels of construction-related improvement and repair spending.
The DW744X is designed to cut heavy hardwood materials, including plywood, pressure-treated lumber, wafer-board sheathing, 2x and 4x materials, floors, doors and stairs.