|Actual Product Length (ft.)||6 ft||Actual Product Thickness (in.)||3.5 in|
|Actual Product Width (in.)||3.5 in||Nominal Product Length (ft.)||6 ft|
|Nominal Product Width (in.)||4 in|
|Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft.)||0.15||Features||Paintable, Stainable|
|Lumber Grade||No. 2||Lumber quality||Premium|
|Pressure treatment chemical||MCA - Micronized Copper Azole||Texture||Smooth|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See store for details|
A: You can be painted anytime. I've painted them as soon as I got it home. Hope this helps you.
A: Because it is not thoroughly dry, new pressure treated lumber can quickly warp and bend if you don't handle it correctly. After you buy new pressure treated lumber, build with it right away, or keep it stacked flat in a dry place and wait at least 60 days to four months before painting it. Once the wood absorbs water on the surface, it's ready for paint. Painting ~ Apply at least two coats of paint for an even finish. Latex paint works best on pressure treated wood since oil-based paints can resist the surface. A proper paint job should last a few years without too much damage.
A: In my experience as a homeowner, I found you can paint when installed. I used Kilz as a primer and it worked very well.
A: Yes, it does have a green tint to it.
A: Mine was not. It all depends on how it is pressure treated. At times I've seen them have a green cast.
A: Just a guess. Maybe 30 to 40 pounds. But this is just a guess
A: 35 to 40 pounds.