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Use wood treated to the proper levels for the kind of water you are building in. For freshwater, use a minimum of .60 pcf pressure treated wood and use 2.5 pcf treated wood for building a pier or dock in saltwater.
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Use wood treated to the proper levels for the kind of water you are building in. For freshwater, use a minimum of .60 pcf pressure treated wood and use 2.5 pcf treated wood for building a pier or dock in saltwater. Your dock and pier hardware should be stainless steel, galvanized steel, or specially coated for marine environments. To prevent
We specialize in marine and shoreline construction. From well-designed residential boat docks to major commercial fishing and floating docks, American Pole & Timber supplies everything you need to build the dock you want.
Pressure treated wood is an affordable and attractive solution for decks and docks alike. It’s easy to work with, and terrific for DIYers. The downside of PT lumber is that routine maintenance is necessary to prolong the life and look of the deck.
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A: According to a number of jurisdictions across North America, yes, it is safe to use today's pressure-treated wood for docks, rafts and other water contact structures. The pressure-treated
Q: Is it environmentally responsible to use pressure-treated wood to build a dock and swimming raft at our cottage? A: According to a number of jurisdictions across North America, yes, it is safe
Treated wood pilings offer the same advantages of wood piling, while also resisting rot. With 2.5 CCA—the maximum treatment for salt-water immersion—Decks & Docks’ treated wood piling is meant to support your dock for years to come.
If you’re building a dock on saltwater, you should always opt for “Marine Grade” lumber. Most lumber at big box stores is approved for “Above Ground,” meaning it’s not treated for marine or wet conditions. Make sure your investment lasts and buy wood from Decks & Docks, the expert in marine and coastal lumber.