|home depot 2 x 4 x 12 pressure treated lumber||0.48||0.3||799||59|
|home depot pressure treated lumber 4x4x10||1.36||0.4||476||29|
|home depot pressure treated lumber 4x4||0.25||1||7971||98|
|home depot 2x6 pressure treated lumber||1.52||0.9||417||55|
|home depot lumber 2x4x10 pressure treated||0.18||0.7||8709||2|
|home depot pressure treated lumber 4x6||0.74||0.9||4868||56|
|home depot 2x6 pressure treated lumber prices||1.47||0.9||7149||12|
|home depot pressure treated lumber 2x6x10||0.51||1||8838||89|
|home depot pressure treated lumber 2x6x8||1.16||0.2||2073||3|
|home depot 2x10 pressure treated lumber||0.89||0.3||5358||24|
|home depot treated lumber prices 2x4x12||1||0.1||2240||95|
|home depot 2x12 pressure treated wood||1||0.1||3081||62|
|home depot treated lumber 2x4||1.67||0.9||9640||49|
|home depot 2x4x12 treated lumber||1.66||0.8||9969||28|
|home depot treated lumber 2x6x14||0.89||0.3||8665||46|
|home depot 2x12 treated lumber||1.44||0.6||6580||37|
2 in x 4 in - Pressure Treated Lumber - Lumber & Composites - The Home Depot Get free shipping on qualified 2 in x 4 in Pressure Treated Lumber or Buy Online Pick Up in Store today in the Lumber & Composites Department. #1 Home Improvement RetailerIs pressure treated wood good for ground contact?
While pressured treated lumber is the best choice for exterior projects, not all types are suitable for ground contact. If you’ll be using pressure treated lumber for something that’ll touch the ground, such as a deck post or fence post, make sure it’s rated for ground contact. Q: Do termites eat pressure treated wood?What should I look for when buying pressure treated lumber?
Properly maintaining a pressure treated lumber structure, such as periodically applying a quality sealer or waterproof finish, will help maintain the integrity of the wood, making the damage less likely. When shopping for pressure treated lumber, look for limited warranties against fungal and termite damage.What is double treated ground contact lumber?
This double treated Ground Contact lumber must be used for applications where treated lumber is difficult to maintain, repair or replace. Treated lumber is critical to the performance and safety of an entire system or construction such as deck joists, beams and ledger boards.