Close- up of ProWood Pressure-Treated Board with Ground Contact End Tag

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Certifications & Features

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Guide to Choosing the Right Lumber

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ProWood Pressure Treated Brochure

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ProWood FR 50-Year Warranty

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ProWood Builder and Spec Guide

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Staining & Sealing ProWood Treated Lumber

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ProWood Pressure-Treated Maintenance Plan

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ProWood Safe Handling Information

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ProWood SDS (Safety Data Sheet)

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Environmentally Preferable Product

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NGBS Green Certification

NGBS Green Certification

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UL Certificate of Compliance - Plywood

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UL Certificate of Compliance - Lumber

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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 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.
  • Are there different types of ProWood for different applications?
    Yes. Our tags will always state "above ground only" or "ground contact" so you can be sure you are using the right material for the job. ProWood products containing higher levels of preservatives are available for special purposes such as projects requiring extensive moisture/earthen contact –– including foundations, pole barns, docks and culverts. For more details, refer to the Understanding the End Tag page.


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