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Traditional Pressure
Treated Decking

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Pressure treated wood is wood that has gone through a pressure treatment to force preservatives into the wood to help protect it from termites, other insects, and fungal decay. Not only is pressure treated wood beautiful, but it is inexpensive, easy to work with and doesn't require any specialized tools. Turkstra is proud to carry both traditional pressure treated products and pressure treated wood from MicroPro Sienna, who uses the latest technology in safe, sustainable, and beautiful pressure treated lumber.

Why Choose Traditional Pressure Treated Wood?

Treated wood can be used for wood structures that require resistance to termites and fungal decay - in decks, fences, gazebos, playground equipment, docks, marinas, raised garden beds, landscape, agricultural uses and industrial applications, such as utility poles, railway ties and bridges. A water repellent or wood sealer specially formulated for pressure treated lumber may be applied periodically to reduce cracking and splitting of wood and thus the likelihood of children getting splinters.

Features and Benefits of Traditional Pressure Treated Wood

  • Safe copper based pressure treating process forces treatment deep in the wood fibres to produce wood that is rot, decay and insect resistant for all your Deck/Fence/Outdoor projects
  • Traditional Pressure Treated lumber can last 20 years or more, especially in areas of full sun that provide the wood an opportunity to dry regularly
  • Excellent Performance, beauty and quality
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