Treated wood or pressure treated wood looks great, is easy to work with and is long lasting, but occasionally we overlook it and forget about it once we have it installed. Pressure treated wood is used for fences, posts, decks, picnic tables and more – but whether we realize it or not, it can also rot. Most people think that this material is completely resistant to rot and termite infestations. This is not always correct. Just because treated wood will last longer than untreated wood doesn’t mean that it can’t be attacked by fungus, especially in the wet seasonal conditions that occur in Toronto. Read on to learn about why rot occurs so that you can become aware of how to prevent it!
Using pressure treated wood around your house as a privacy fence, a deck, a picnic table or whatever the structure is a visually appealing, long-lasting option that will speak for itself when you keep it protected.
The beauty of your home can rely on knowing how to stop treated wood from rotting. With the tips mentioned above you should be able to do just that and save money in the future avoiding having to repair rotted wood! However, if you have already noticed your treated wood is rotting, or you just don’t have the time to invest in protecting it yourself, give HPT a call and we’ll happily do it for you!
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