We stock high-grade lumber and building materials including dimensional lumber, pre-cut studs, pressure treated lumber & poles, plywood (construction grade through cabinet grade), OSB wall and subfloor sheathing and engineered materials.
Finally, if you're using buried wood posts or on-grade timbers, be sure to cut them from pressure-treated lumber rated for "ground contact." Treated wood rated for aboveground use isn't intended ...
Pressure-Treated Southern Yellow Pine meets the highest grading Pressure-Treated Southern Yellow Pine meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Color-infused so pigment is driven deep into wood fibers creating beauty that's guaranteed to stand up to the elements for years.
The grade mark can include "1W" or "2W" if visually graded to the wane requirements for No.1 or No.2 dimension lumber, respectively. *Mechanically Graded Lumber - Machine Evaluated Lumber (MEL): 4" and less in thickness, 2" and wider
Pressure-treated wood should not be burned except by professionals. Other products that are on the do-not-burn list are plywood, particleboard, chipboard and painted or finished wood. To be fair, there was one government study that did not find any more toxicity in the smoke from pressure-treated wood than from regular wood.
Untreated and Treated. Conrad Forest Products offers a range of high grade lumber, timbers, glulam beams and other premium wood products untreated or treated to your specifications.
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. Make sure you choose the right fastener (galvanized or stainless steel) when working with treated lumber. Watch our video on using treated lumber.
Pressure treated lumber has different ratings. some are .25, some .50 and some as high as .60. These numbers refer to the amount of chemicals per foot of board in lbs. If you are putting a board in direct contact with soil it's best to use the highest number available in your area to get the longest life from the wood.
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.
Treated Timbers . Available Sizes: -All Timbers are a true #2&btr, meaning roughly 30% will be a #1 grade -Very high quality with four square edges and extremely limited splits
Residential Outdoor Wood products bearing the Cox tag are used in the proper application in a residential structure, the lumber will remain undamaged from termites or fungal decay, which would make the lumber structurally unfit for its intended purpose, for the lifetime of the original owner.
Jones Lumber is best known for delivering the highest quality wood products available in our industry for over 32 years. This also includes the treated material required to build docks and decks. We carry pressure treated dimensional lumber in #1 and #2 grades, with retention levels required to protect the wood for particular applications.
AC2 CedarTone Premium Wood Products have a rich color that's similar to coastal western cedar with all the benefits of AC2 pressure-treated wood. Unlike natural cedar, which fades to gray over time, AC2 Premium CedarTone lumber , timbers , and boards will maintain their beautiful, lush color.
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.
Pressure treated wood is an affordable and attractive solution for decks and docks alike. It’s easy to work with, and terrific for DIYers. The downside of PT lumber is that routine maintenance is necessary to prolong the life and look of the deck.