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ONLINE DECK STORE

Create the backyard deck of your dreams with the Online Deck Store. Change designs, materials, and railings to fit your style and get an immediate price and ability to buy online.
PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER

AC2 Pressure Treated offers many benefits over other regular pressure treated lumber:
  • Top-quality lumber all made in the USA!
  • Commercial treatments for structural use
  • Lighter, more natural wood appearance improves painting and staining qualities
  • Approved for aluminum contact
  • The treated wood process has been certified by SCS as an Environmentally Preferable Product
  • Building code compliant ICC-ES, ESR-2240, third party inspected by SPIB
  • National Green Building Standard Certified and UL Greenguard Gold Certified
  • Treated wood warranty programs (see warranty for details)
CEDARTONE PREMIUM LUMBER

All the benefits of AC2 brand pressure treated and more!
  • Rich color similar to Coastal Western Cedar
  • More preservative- Ground Contact Treated
  • Superior grades of lumber all made in the USA!
  • Approved for aluminum contact
  • Building code compliant ICC-ES, ESR 2240
  • National Green Building Standard Certified and UL Greenguard Gold Certified
CCA TREATED LUMBER

CCA is a specialty treatment used for post frames and permanent wood foundations
  • Can be used for residential or agricultural storage sheds, garages and trailers
  • Timbers and round poles can be used for structural support timbers for agricultural buildings
  • Used in all treated portions of laminated columns
  • Designed for permanent wood foundations or agricultural buildings
  • Cost effective versus other basement types
For more information check out our Literature and Installation Instruction sections.
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