ProWood Color-Treated Deck Boards Close-up with Two Boards Laying on Top

Skip the stain with ProWood color treated

ProWood® Color-Treated lumber is a go-to choice for any of your outdoor building projects that would typically use standard pressure-treated lumber. Take into consideration the time that you’ll save; the annual chore of staining your deck, railing, fence or pergola is now a thing of the past. Our in-solution colorant penetrates the wood deep beyond the surface.

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Color Options

  • ProWood Pressure Treated Swatch

    Pressure Treated

  • ProWood Redwood Tone Swatch

    Redwood Tone

  • ProWood Cedar Tone Swatch

    Cedar Tone

  • ProWood Redwood Tone Swatch

    Walnut Tone

Certifications & Features



ProWood Color Treated Brochure

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ProWood Color Treated Limited Warranty

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ProWood Pressure-Treated Maintenance Plan

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Understanding Product Use of PT Lumber

Understanding Product Use of Pressure-Treated Lumber

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NGBS Green Certification

NGBS Green Certification

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SCS MCA 2024

SCS Global Koppers Certification

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  • After my project is built, is any special maintenance necessary?
    ProWood is designed to give professional-grade results that last. Left unfinished, it ages gracefully, eventually softening to an attractive driftwood gray. On flat surfaces such as decks, however, leaves and other debris may collect and create unsightly stains. Even if your lumber has the locked-in protection of factory-applied water repellent, you'll want to follow an annual maintenance program that includes a semitransparent stain or a sealant which contains an ultraviolet stabilizer. If you stain your project, a quality penetrating latex or oil base stain is recommended.
  • 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.



ProWood Safe Handling Information

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SDS MCA 2024


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Staining & Sealing ProWood Treated Lumber

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