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Add Value and Style to Your Home with Color Treated Decking and Fencing

Posted 31 May 2013 12:14 PM by prowoodlumber@ufpi.com

Sunny days and clear skies are perfect for making exterior home improvements. Homeowners want to use their time and money wisely, so it’s important to choose projects that don't require a whole lot of maintenance and have a good return on investment.

Consider a top exterior project that will increase your home’s value and curb appeal – like a color treated lumber deck or fence. And, because you won't have immediate maintenance like staining or sealing, you’ll get more time to enjoy the beauty of your outdoor area.

ProWood Fence, railing or deck upgrades: no painting or staining required

If you’re updating or replacing your fencing, patio or deck railing or an entire deck, you’ll want to select the right treated wood for the job. If you like pressure-treated lumber, but don’t want to have to paint or stain 

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 the wood, then ProWood Dura Color is for you. Each piece is color-infused through and through (not a topical stain), and has the natural color characteristics and appearance of cedar or redwood, but won’t fade to silver or gray over time, like untreated lumber.

Many people like the natural look of redwood and cedar, but they don’t want the drawbacks that come with them, such as the high price and the fact that they fade to gray.  ProWood Dura Color treated lumber not only looks like natural cedar or redwood, the color lasts much longer and this lumber is backed with a lifetime limited warranty against termites and rot. What’s more, all ProWood Dura Color lumber boasts a two-year color assurance warranty.

How is ProWood Dura Color wood different? Colorant is infused deep into the wood’s fibers during the pressure-treating process, which virtually eliminates the need to paint or stain for years. You’ll get natural-looking lumber with color that’s guaranteed to last. Visit www.ProWoodLumber.com for more information.

Use ProWood Dura Color for your deck addition. A wood deck addition has great return on investment – 77.3 percent, according to Remodeling Magazine’s 2013 Cost vs. Value Report. Plus, you’re sure to enjoy the expanded outdoor living space.

Whether your next home improvement project is big or small, researching low-maintenance options today will help ensure your home looks good for many years to come. Plus, you’ll have more time to enjoy the long sunny days with a refreshing drink in hand rather than a hammer and drill.

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