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ProWood is the go-to choice of professional builders, architects, DIYers and dealers. Treated with superior MCA technology, our lumber is warranted to last a lifetime. Environmentally friendly, beautiful, trusted and durable.

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  • Why use ProWood pressure-treated lumber?
    Lumber's greatest enemy is biological attack — destruction by termites, fungi and marine borers — as well as damage from rain, sun and wind. Thanks to over 50 years of research, ProWood can stand up to every threat for decades of use.
  • How safe is ProWood?
    ProWood treated wood is very safe when used as directed in the appropriate applications. The preservative injected reacts with the wood to form an insoluble complex that won't evaporate or vaporize. ProWood is clean, odorless, non-staining, and safe to work with and handle. Its built-in protection is non-irritating for dermal contact with children, adults, animals and plants. We have carefully and exhaustively studied the minute amounts of preservative released during a ProWood structure's serviceable lifetime. The conclusion is clear: ProWood is also safe, long-term, for the environment and for contact with people and pets. In our opinion, ProWood MCA treated wood — as with any wood product — should not be used where household pets would be likely to chew or ingest the wood. The process used to treat ProWood is the first to gain Environmentally Preferable Product (EPP) as certified by Scientific Certification Systems (SCS). Scientific Certification Systems is a third-party certification services and standards development company. According to the EPA, to be EPP certified means that the product has a reduced impact on human health and the environment when compared to other products that serve the same purpose..
  • How do I know if the treated wood I'm using is properly treated for my intended use?
    Look for a lumber end tag. Each piece of ProWood lumber has a tag containing information regarding the preservative used, the appropriate end use (i.e. above-ground or ground contact), the quality standard and safe handling instructions.

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