ProWood Dura Color treated lumber

ProWood Color Treated

Envy Has A New Color.

2 Year Color Assurance

ProWood Color Treated is ahead of the game. It uses the latest advancement in treated lumber, treated with an EPA-registered waterborne wood preservative system to protect against termite attack and fungal decay. It's color-infused, so pigment is driven deep into the wood fibers, creating beauty that's guaranteed to stand up to the elements for years.

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Looks You Want.

It's color-treated lumber that allows the unique, natural beauty of the wood to remain visible. It's the look you want without the work of staining.

Durability You Demand:

  • Building Code approved for use in decking and above-ground applications
  • 2-year color assurance (no fade) limited warranty for horizontal applications
  • 5-year color assurance (no fade) limited warranty for vertical applications
  • Natural wood characteristics still visible, unlike with paint or stain
  • Lifetime limited warranty against termite attack and rot (fungal decay)
  • Stays looking good longer
  • Compatible with aluminum fasteners
  • Environmentally Preferred Product

Function You Need.

ProWood Color Treated doesn't use a topical finish or stain that quickly fades away. The lumber employs in-solution colorant that penetrates the wood during the pressure-treating process. It also features a natural tint that allows the wood's characteristics to remain visible.

Color may vary by region

The color of Color-Treated products may vary depending on location, species of wood, age, grain pattern and heartwood content. ProWood Color Treated is available in select regions throughout the U.S.

With Color-Treated lumber, decks, railings, lattice and timbers look better longer. In fact, we're so confident in its lasting performance, we offer the industry's first two-year color assurance limited warranty against fading.

Hands down, when comparing color retention, Color Treated outlasts cedar and redwood. And, depending on where you live, Color-Treated products are typically less expensive than cedar and redwood. Download our Color-Treated Brochure for more information.