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Pre Stained Fencing - Avoid the Mess: Look to ProWood Dura Color

Posted 5 April 2013 12:51 PM by [email protected]

ProWood Fencing

ProWood® Dura Color™ fencing may look like it's pre-stained, but it's actually colorized to a cedar or redwood look during the pressure-treating process. ProWood Dura Color is the latest advancement in pressure-treated lumber. 

Not only is Dura Color fencing treated with an EPA-registered wood preservative system to protect against termite attack and rot, it’s also color-infused, so pigment is driven deep into the wood fibers, creating beauty that’s guaranteed to stand up to the elements for years!

Build your ProWood fence from the ground up using individual ProWood treated fence posts and pickets. Or choose from an array of contemporary or traditional prebuilt fence styles. All have the durability and beauty of ProWood lumber. 

ProWood close upProWood Dura Color™ fencing is treated right. It's color-infused so you can avoid the mess of applying a topical stain that will ultimately fade over time. The unique Dura Color pigment penetrates the wood better than topical or sprayed-on stain, while allowing the wood's natural characteristics to remain visible. 

Pigment is driven deep into the wood fibers, creating beauty that will stand up to Mother Nature for years. Universal Forest Products is so confident, they offer the wood fence industry's only two-year color assurance (no fade) limited warranty.  So it won't rot and it won't fade ...for a long period of time of course. To me, that's the best of both worlds.

ProWood treated lumber delivers the advantage of superior treating from one of the industry’s leaders in treating technology, Universal Forest Products. Every ProWood MCA (micronized copper azole) treated product is less corrosive than competing pressure-treated products; plus, it’s warrantied against termites and rot (fungal decay). And it’s environmentally friendly. In fact, it’s certified by third-party auditor, Scientific Certification Systems (SCS), as an EPA-defined Environmentally Preferred Product.

Find out where to buy ProWood Dura Color fencing and wood fence components.


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