Is YellaWood really better?

Is YellaWood really better?

Outdoor exposure testing also shows that wood treated with micronized copper, like YellaWood products, offers superior benefits compared to other copper-based products, so builders know they’re working with high-quality materials their clients can depend on.

Is YellaWood pressure treated?

Pressure treated lumber products, such as YellaWood® brand products, are treated in a pressurized cylinder. The treatment process forces a waterborne preservative deep into the cellular structure of the wood providing long-term protection against rot, fungal decay and termite attack.

Does Lowes sell YellaWood lumber?

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Which pressure treated wood is best?

The best pressure treated wood for decks is Select, #1 or #2 grade wood. Within all grades, there are planks that will be freer of blemishes and knots and may be called premium. Decking materials such as 2×6 and 5/4×6 frequently are of better-looking #1 and #2 lumber.

Can you burn YellaWood?

Do not burn preserved wood. Do not use preserved wood under circumstances where the preservative may become a component of food, animal feed or beehives. Do not use preserved wood as mulch. Only preserved wood that is visibly clean and free of surface residue should be used.

Is YellaWood ground contact?

YellaWood® brand products are available in Southern Yellow Pine and South American Pine species and are available treated for Above Ground, Above Ground General Use, Ground Contact and Fresh Water Immersion applications.

Where is YellaWood headquarters?

Abbeville, AL / Headquarters

What are the three categories of treated lumber?

There are three main families of treated lumber used in construction: Borate, Alkaline Copper Quat (ACQ) and other rot-resistant treatments, and non-combustible (Non-Com). See the complete list under Additional Information.

What is the difference between standard and premium pressure treated wood?

Premium uses micronized copper suited for ground contact & guaranteed for period of ownership while standard is not & still uses. CCA, copper chromate arsenic for above ground protection. Homeowners should never burn any type of pressure- treated wood or preservative-treated wood under any circumstances.