value report," you'll get back nearly 75 percent of what you pay for a deck if you sell your home within the first year after the deck is built. that investment can vary widely, from around $15 per square foot installed for pressure-treated southern yellow pine decks to more than $30 per square foot for cedar and redwood.
over several months, pressure-treated southern pine lumber will weather naturally to an appealing silver-gray color. treated . decks and porches present a particularly severe exposure for both the wood and finishes. after the floor dries, a primer and two topcoats of porch and deck enamel should be applied. porch.
we stock pressure treated plywood in 1/2" and 3/4" thick sheets, 4' x 8'. some uses for pressure treated plywood are places where you wish to have a flat deck that is exposed to the weather. this could be a porch or a deck, or a shed floor. pressure treated plywood can be painted or stained, of course, but you should be.
1 x 4 x 12' treated pine porch flooring. pressure treated and kiln dried afterwards, this c-select grade, southern yellow pine flooring is designed for outdoor projects under roof. though this product carries a lifetime . 1 x 6 x 16' ground contact ac2 green pressure treated rough sawn lumber. 1 x 6 x 16' ground.
may 25, 2012 . i believe that pressure-treated lumber or trex would look ok on the front porch, but the boards should run parallel to the front door so the small spaces between them will not detract from the appearance. this will require some alterations to the framing. your carpenter can install blocking 16 inches on center.
may 17, 2017 . i am of the belief that the only two materials to use on the exterior of historic homes are pressure-treated lumber or some type of plastic/polymer product. the two porch columns that were sinking into the floor were in good shape since someone else had already replaced their wooden bases with composite.
just because you used pressure-treated lumber doesn't mean your outdoor project has to stay green. painting . not only can you stain treated wood, staining and painting pressure treated wood is actually good for your new deck. comparing wood deck options: cedar, pressure treated wood composite decking.
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pressure treated decking. preservative treated to above ground retention. light green preservative is locked within the wood, protecting it from termites, decay and rot. does not need to be painted or stained, but it can be. attractive, strong yellow pine. radius edges. stock: 5/4x6-8', 10', 12', 14' 16' (1”x5-1/2” net).
jul 1, 2010 . we do not recommend the use of a conventional multi-coat paint system or varnish. the performance is nearly always disappointing, and repainting often has to be preceded by scraping and sanding. by nature of its make-up, pressure-treated lumber does not need protection from the elements, so applying.