Manufactured to stand up to the weather, rot and insects versus above ground treated products. Theses boards are chemically pre-treated at the factory to make contact with soil, water and more.
The rough-cut wooden backbone to any construction project. It's usually covered by other materials and not used for the finished product.
Commonly available in 4x8-foot sheets constructed of many, thin wood layers glued together for strength at reduced cost over solid boards.
An inexpensive board option for DIY projects and home construction that is not moisture resistant.
Denser than softwoods, hardwoods accept stains well and are commonly used in furniture projects.
A medium-density fiber board with a smooth finish that accepts paint well and can be used in many applications.
Reclaimed wood or new lumber that is distressed to give it a weathered, rustic look.
These boards resist water, are long lasting and do not require paint or stain.
Milled with an overlapping stair-step, butt-joint that creates a clean seam edge.
A puzzle-like joint creates a strong and tight connection.
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