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How to Cover a Pressure-Treated Wood Post | Hunker

It is common to use a treated wood post as a support in a structure, but sometimes treated wood posts are not attractive and do not match the rest of the project. There are several easy ways to cover the post. The way that this article will focus on is to cover a treated wood post with a casing of non-treated lumber.

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16 Alumawood vs Wood Patio Covers Pros and Cons – Green Garage

Alumawood is aluminum which is manufactured in such a way that it replicates the look and feel of a regular wood patio cover. It is painted and embossed to increase its resilience to your local weather conditions. This results in a low-maintenance shade cover which will outlast the pressure-treated wood used for traditional covers.

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Redwood, Cedar, Douglas Fir, architectural timbers, engineered wood products, pressure-treated lumber – with so many options, how do you pick the right lumber or wood product for your project? We’ve got you covered. In this starter guide, we cover the basics on the most popular lumber options and the fundamentals on each type of lumber.

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Patio Cover Packages - J&W Lumber

J&W Lumber offers three popular styles of patio cover kits that can be customized to give that perfect look to your backyard retreat. The Coronado. With 4×4 posts and 2×8 beams, the Coronado offers a light, open style cover while providing ample shade. The Catalina. The 4×4 posts with large main beams are further enhanced with 2×6 facia.

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Plans for Wood Patio Covers | Hunker

Wooden structures can be put in place to be covered with standard roofing materials, such as metal or asphalt shingles. However, wood patio covers can also be covered with fabric, bamboo or cedar shakes. Use pressure-treated wood or cedar to create a wood patio cover that will last for years.

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Does Pressure Treated Wood Need to Be Sealed?

Pressure-treated lumber has been treated with chemical preservatives to help prevent rot and insect damage. Certain chemicals, such as the water-repellent CA-C (copper azole type C), also makes the wood suitable for ground contact, even in marine environments. To infuse these preservatives, the wood is immersed and placed in a pressure chamber.

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