ProWood Blog

  • Check your Deck

    Posted 11 May 2017 12:29 PM by Jase DeBoer

    A thorough safety inspection can give you peace of mind in knowing your deck is safe for entertaining friends and family. ProWood® has you covered with these five safety inspection tips:  Inspect the Fasteners  Check nails, screws or anchors, and replace any rusted or corroded fasteners.  Tighten loose screws, and install fasteners in places where they are missing.  Examine the Wood  Look for any deck boards, support posts, joists and ledger board that...

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  • Making Sure our Planet is Built to Last

    Posted 19 April 2017 9:30 AM by Jase DeBoer

    When we say, “Built to Last,” we mean it. At ProWood®, our responsibility extends far beyond providing superior pressure-treated lumber. The employees behind ProWood care about safety and our environmental impact, and we work to make our products safe for you, your family and the environment. ProWood is the go-to choice in treated lumber for many reasons. We source our wood from some of the biggest suppliers and manufacturers in the world, partners who are leaders in sustainable...

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  • Top 5 Deck Trends for 2017

    Posted 21 March 2017 9:21 AM by Jase Deboer

    If you’re planning to build a deck or add to your existing deck, check out these top five deck trends for 2017. 1. Picture Framing Give your deck a finished look with a picture frame design, which got its name from framing a deck like it’s a piece of art. It can be as simple as adding a single board around the perimeter of the deck. Adding two or three single boards takes it to the next level of sophistication and creates a clean, finished look that beautifully conceals the ends of ...

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  • What is an End Tag?

    Posted 21 February 2017 4:24 PM by Jase DeBoer

    Perhaps you've noticed that little piece of paper on the end of your lumber. Well, that’s an end tag, and it contains a great deal of information about your lumber. If you’ve ever been curious about what information can be found on the end tag… you’re in the right place. An end tag is an indicator (or tag) stapled to the end of a piece of lumber. The purpose of the end tag is to provide information to the customer or building professional regarding various asp...

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  • Never Settle

    Posted 19 January 2017 9:37 AM by Jase DeBoer

    Never Settle. It’s more than our new tagline. It’s the way we do business. It’s our anthem. We continue to be relentless about what we do best: be honest, hardworking and pay attention to the details that set us apart. We never settle, and we don’t expect our customers to. So, what sets ProWood® apart?  Simple.     Industry-leading lifetime limited warranty     Exceptional product performance     Largest selectio...

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