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WeatherShield

Model 128692

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Store SKU #128692

5/4 in. x 6 in. x 10 ft. Standard Pressure-Treated Lumber

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The WeatherShield 1-1/4 in. x 6 in. x 10 ft. Pressure-Treated Decking Board is protected against termites, fungal decay and rot. It is ideal for aboveground applications where lumber is exposed to the elements.

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  • Lifetime limited warranty against rot, decay and termites
  • Ideal for decks, docks, ramps and other aboveground projects where lumber is exposed to the elements
  • Southern pine
  • Pressure treated with micronized copper azole
  • Can be painted or stained
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what is 5/4 inches equivilent to

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Who downvoted that first answer? It is absolutely correct. 5/4 inch is a nominal dimension that translates to an actual dimension of 1 inch. Same concept for a "2-by-4" which is actually 1.5 inches x 3.5 inches.
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The actual thickness of a 5/4 deck board is 1 inch. It is 5-1/2 inches wide.
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What are the support requirements for these decking boards. Center on 16 inch? center on 24 inch?

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Ultimately, your deck boards should have an edge gap between ¼ inch and ⅜ inch to allow for proper ventilation and for debris to pass through. However, most pressure-treated lumber decking that is sold through lumberyards and box retailers has high moisture content (meaning it’s wet) — so the boards are swollen. Always butt wet boards tight against each other or leave a minimal gap. Your wet deck boards Read More
Ultimately, your deck boards should have an edge gap between ¼ inch and ⅜ inch to allow for proper ventilation and for debris to pass through. However, most pressure-treated lumber decking that is sold through lumberyards and box retailers has high moisture content (meaning it’s wet) — so the boards are swollen. Always butt wet boards tight against each other or leave a minimal gap. Your wet deck boards will contract and create a wider gap as they dry. This could happen in a relatively short period of time (days to weeks) or may take longer depending on your climate and exposure to the sun. If the wood is dry or has been kiln dried install deck boards with approximately ¼ inch gap to allow for proper ventilation and for debris to pass through. Wet or dry, boards should be installed tight end-to-end. Note: Each piece of lumber is different and the change in width can vary as each board dries. Read Less
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what is the difference in "standard" and "premiem" pressure treated lumbar

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A standard or #2 grade board compared to a premium or #1 grade board mainly differs by appearance. A #1 or premium board will be a higher grade board and therefore have a higher quality physical appearance.
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Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great for bottom board of a wooden fence Great for bottom board of a wooden fence, all you have to do is level this board and the pickets will follow suite. I have done this for years and it stands up to the kids running the lawnmower in to it and the abuse of a trimmer. April 28, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by splitting headache General deck boards. 17 boards ordered, total of 10 were very poor condition with purple ink stains and cracks from 12"-36" on each end. It all seemed too dry and screws were splitting the fresh cut-to-size boards within a 3" boundary to the edges. October 21, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Standard Pressure-Treated is not correct description The boards dried out very quickly and started warping after they were installed and before I could stain the deck. It only took about three weeks for them to start warping so make sure you apply the stain quickly. June 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by These 10 footers were in good shape These were relatively straight with limited knots. I was very happy considering this was an online order, and I didn't personally select the items. May 13, 2014
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