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Pressure-Treated Timber HF Brown Stain (Common: 4 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft.; Actual: 3.56 in. x 3.56 in. x 96 in.)

  • Treated for protection against termites, fungal decay and rot
  • Smooth surface can be painted or stained to match your décor
  • Durable material was designed to withstand outside elements
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Product Overview

Made to withstand the elements, the Pressure-Treated Timber HF Brown Stain is manufactured from hemlock-fir and has been treated with copper azole for protection against termites, fungal decay and rot. This dimensional lumber features a smooth brown surface that can be conveniently painted or stained to coordinate with any home or business exterior. Approved for ground contact, it is designed for use with hot-dipped galvanized fasteners and connectors.
  • California residents
  • Manufactured from durable hemlock-fir to withstand outdoor conditions
  • Copper azole coating helps protect against termites, rot and fungal decay
  • Brown stain with a smooth texture can be painted for a customized look
  • Actual dimensions: 3.56 in. x 3.56 in. x 96 in.
  • Suited for ground contact
  • Designed for use with hot-dipped galvanized fasteners and connectors (sold separately)
  • Note: product may vary by store
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
8
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
3.56
Actual Product Width (in.)
3.56
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
4
Nominal Product Width (in.)
4
Product Length (in.)
96

Details

Chemical retention (lb./cu. ft. )
0.15
Fastener recommendation
Hot-dipped galvanized fasteners and connectors
Features
Paintable
Lumber Grade
No. 2 & Btr
Lumber quality
Premium
Material
Wood
Material
Wood (N/A%)
Moisture content
Green
Pressure treatment chemical
CA - Copper Azole
Texture
Smooth

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

29Questions29Answers

can 6 of these support a 220sq ft patio roof? assume everything (bracketing, framing) up to code.

Asked by porchquestion May 7, 2020
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Can I use them “as is” to make a cinder block bench?

Asked by TeeS May 3, 2020
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You don't want to make physical contact with this material, It's suppose to be buried in walls or dirt...

There is no Material Safety Data Sheet posted online. How do I get this information?

Asked by AJ April 28, 2020
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Treated Lumber is Treated Lumber lots of information out there and there are only 4 kinds... ALL of them carry the same warnings, Wear a mask and gloves then shower afterward... It's chemicals and the manufacturers have to protect themselves from lawsuits, so keep it out of your body... No slivers, no eating while working with it all the normal common sense stuff that courts disregard as common sense, is what you find on the sheets... The treatment is a form of Chemical Copper, so you may end up with red-headed children... Treated lumber should be used where it is in contact with soil or concrete, other wise use something else, and if it's exposed to the weather or your kids, paint it...

how many come in a unit

Asked by Josh April 1, 2020
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Buy them individually. Large order may get a discount by calling local store.

Is this suitable for raised garden bed?

Asked by DodRR14 January 19, 2020
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yes it is.

Will these brown treated posts split, crack after a few years? Approximately how long will the br...

Asked by Rick November 11, 2019
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I have used them for my fence posts. It has been 4 years and overall not cracked or warped. I have stained/sealed the fence as well. All are still sturdy. Sun can bleach them after 2 years if not stained again.

can it be buried in the dirt

Asked by ket October 4, 2019
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Yes

Will Home Depot cut the pressure treated lumber in the stores

Asked by Marina August 18, 2019
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They will NOT cut pressure treated wood. Only non-treated wood

What else do I need to build a timber retaining wall?

Asked by ian December 27, 2018
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An engineering design study. Retaining walls hold back a tremendous amount of pressure and even more weight when the ground is wet. Do some research for anything higher than 2 feet.

will this be ok for mailbox post ? Don't want to redo in a couple of years.

Asked by Rick July 9, 2018
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Absolutely and they will last more than 15 years.

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crack in three weeks
It cannot use for pergola post, just three weeks after we install canopy and shake by the wind, wood get cracked. It’s not strong enough to hold pergola as a post. Now I will replace all wood with redwood or cedar type. Waste money and times and borrow truck.
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All Mendecino Forest Products are made to the highest standards,...
All Mendecino Forest Products are made to the highest standards, these fence posts are straight and strong
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Used them for a bench outside in AZ. They are durable and affordable. Definitely recommend for h...
Used them for a bench outside in AZ. They are durable and affordable. Definitely recommend for heavy duty projects.
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What can I say, its a post! The fence was falling over because the termites ate the old fence pos...
What can I say, its a post! The fence was falling over because the termites ate the old fence post. So I dug up the old one, made a bigger hole, set the post, poured some concrete, finished the concrete, reattached the old fence. It holds 100% better than it ever did. I really like the color and smell of treated wood, I disliked that it was a heavy chunk of wood but that's how nature made it, it more than meets my expectations for a treated post.
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So far so good
So far so good
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Just finished three new fence sections. Use the same treated brown 4x4’s and their treated brown ...
Just finished three new fence sections. Use the same treated brown 4x4’s and their treated brown 2x4’s about 4 years ago. Still standing tall even with the wind from nature. Plus wind from car and semi trucks passing by ( live with back of the house in a major street 45 mph zone). Partial blocked fence behind it helping but the semi trucks use to move the fence pretty good but not now.
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Treated lumber made a perfect medium for mr tortoises bridge. I won’t outlive the lumber, but Mo...
Treated lumber made a perfect medium for mr tortoises bridge. I won’t outlive the lumber, but Mo might
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Very sturdy. Thank you!
Very sturdy. Thank you!
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This treated wood does what it is supposed to do. Even years later I have no problem with bugs or...
This treated wood does what it is supposed to do. Even years later I have no problem with bugs or rot or warping. HOWEVER, to paint it, you have to let it get COMPLETELY dried out, or the paint will peel off. It outgasses a chemical smell (fumes, if you will), that need ventilation to dry out. I made the BIG mistake of leaving the treated wood in my car overnight in 70 degree humid weather. In the morning the windows were all fogged up. In addition, the fumes that circulated overnight in my closed up car, even in the shade, made my computer screen delaminate. The cover on my screen (back-up camera, map, etc. screen) bubbled part way off. I learned the hard way to take the wood out of a car when you reach your destination, don't let it sit in your car for ANY length of time! And make sure the wood has ventilation when installed.
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Easy economical Project and looks very sweet painted and primed the post got post cement to An...
Easy economical Project and looks very sweet painted and primed the post got post cement to Anchor post now I’ve got a Secure post that I attached my new birdhouse two that over looks the back yard was an easy project and looks great!
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