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As the leader in China WPC industry, Seven Trust is selling its WPC products to over 100 countries and areas in the world, such as America, Britain, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, India, Germany, Spain, Finland, Australia etc., winning good praise from the clients.

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Pressure treated lumber is less expensive that cedar and redwoods, requires less maintenance and is more durable. A different wood option is composite decking, which is an artificial plastic lumber.

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Can treated wood decks rot? You betcha.

Im starting to have some rot issues with my 10-year-old deck. Not only are some of the treated wood decking boards rotting, but Im also noticing that the tops of some of the joists are

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How to Seal and Stain Pressure Treated Wood Decking

How to Seal and Stain Pressure Treated Wood Decking. Most decks are made from pressure treated pine. Here is how to keep your deck looking great and protected. Remove staining, mildew and old finish with a commercial deck cleaning

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Treated Wood Solutions

Formerly known as Chemical Specialties Inc. CSI , Viance, LLC. was formed in 2006 into a joint venture. Viance is providing an extensive range of advanced wood treatment technologies and services to the global wood preservation industry, with an expertise in wood biocides and wood protection chemicals.

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Treated Wood Piling

Treated wood pilings offer the same advantages of wood piling, while also resisting rot. With 2.5 CCAthe maximum treatment for salt-water immersionDecks and Docks treated wood piling is meant to support your dock for years to come.

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Wood can be impregnated with a variety of preservative chemicals to prevent rot and insect infestation when used in exterior applications like building decks

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Deck Defense This Old House

Even if your deck is made of pressure-treated lumber, redwood, cedar, or some other durable species, it's at risk the moment the last nail is driven home. There are several culprits. Moisture swells the wood while the burning rays from the sun dry and shrink it, causing cracks and checks while also encouraging warping.

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