this porch flooring has been treated with an epa registered pesticide containing pentachlorophenol to protect from insect attack and decay. this flooring should only be used in a covered exterior location. this flooring is available in a c and better graded yellow pine. the flooring has a flat front face and a recessed back.
the porch floor below uses pressure-treated decking. a lot of people may think that pressure-treated wood is more suitable for an outdoor deck. however, it can be a great choice for an indoor porch.
un-maintained treated pine decki just returned from visiting a client whom inherited a pressure treated pine deck and was disgusted with its condition. his initial intent was to tear down the entire deck and start over. he truly liked the look of wood and understood maintenance was involved but he didnt realize that treated pine
treated for exceptional performance with ecolife stabilized weather-resistant wood preservative less corrosive to fasteners actual size - 1-in x 3-1/8-in x 8-ft
5/4 x 4 x 10 tongue and groove deck board - use to add country charm to your home decor. 5/4 x 4 in. x 10 ft. kiln-dried. paint or stain to match your decor. - thd sku
we have a newly installed pressure treated pine porch floor. 'paint may be used successfully on roof-protected porch floors. for optimum results, first treat the wood with a paintable water-repellent sealer/preservative. after the floor dries, a primer and two topcoats of porch and deck enamel should be applied.
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
yellawood t and g pressure treated porch flooring is kdat kiln dried after treatment that's very significant , as kdat provides many advantages over regular pressure treated porch boards. kdat explained, including list of advantages .
re: pressure treated t and amp;g 1x3 porch flooring beezo, the pressure treated southern yellow pine syp is a good decking material check for the treatment level at your local supplier. if they do not know the treatment levels i suggest you go to a yard that does.