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1 Vs 2 Pressure Treated

Re: 1 vs 2 Pressure Treated OK then thanks. I noticed that a 2x8x16 is 5 bucks less a board at HD than the quote that a lumber yard gave, but everything the lumber yard quoted is ground contact.

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Deck Materials: Wood Decks vs Composite Decks

Pressure-treated wood requires refinishing with a clear sealer or stain every other year, just half the maintenance of a natural wood deck. For composite-material decks, no refinishing is required, but the materials can become hosts for mold if they are not cleaned at least every three or four years.

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Lumber Grades YellaWood

Lumber Grades YellaWood is available in multiple lumber grades to meet the needs of any job.. You can find the grade noted on the ink stamp that is applied by the sawmill. Most building supply stores stock only a few grades of lumber, but a wider variety of grades can be special ordered.

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Wood vs. Composite Decks

Better grade materials run a bit more in cost but tend to require less maintenance and have a longer lifespan than those on the lower end of the spectrum; this is true for both wood and composite decking materials.

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Deck Materials: Pros and Cons of Wood vs. Composite Decking

If you do opt for pressure-treated wood, choose from the higher grades, which often are kiln-dried before and after being pressure treated. Composite Lumber This material most often features a composite of recycled plastic and bamboo fibers, wood chips or sawdust.

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Compare Decking Materials, Compare Decking Options

The poor performance of pressure-treated lumber decking and the high cost of the alternative wood decking products left a void for consumers. Enter "composite decking material" in the 1990's. Since the early days, scores of manufacturers have jumped on the bandwagon to attempt to find a synthetic decking material that looks like real wood and

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Lumber Buying Guide

Lumber Buying Guide. Treated lumber is produced for exterior use only and pressure treated for ground or above ground contact. It is resistant to rotting and insect damage. Boards can be painted or stained. Good to Know: When purchasing treated or composite products, match the fasteners to the material. For example, treated wood

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Deck Pressure Treated Vs Composite

Building a Deck: Composite vs. Pressure Treated vs. Cedar Learn about choosing building material for your deck. Learn the pros and cons of pressure treated lumber, cedar and composite decking.

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Not all pressure treated lumber is created equal

It seems most people think that pressure-treated is pressure-treated. The reality is that not only are there several different grades, of pressure treated materials, there are different types of chemicals that can be used to treat the wood as well.

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Specification Guide for Wolmanized Wood

Structural Composite Lumber Shakes and Shingles Cooling Towers Wolmanized pressure-treated wood is treated to various retention levels that are intended to protect the wood for particular Marine Treated Wood/Seawall Grades Marine treated lumber, timber and piles are pressure-treated with

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Decking Decisions This Old House

Decking Decisions. New options mean your next deck may not even be real wood. While pressure-treated "green" Southern yellow pine still goes into 80 percent of all decks, there are several alternatives even within the pressure-treated PT lumber category. Composite lumber is low-maintenance, and resists rot, insects and UV rays. It's

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