Pressure Treated Decking 

All of our pressure treated decking is a green treatment.  We do not offer treatment in a synthetic color.

 

2" Treated Decking 

Treated Deck Boards

-2x4 #1 MCA Ground Contact - (8-16')

-2x6 #1 MCA Ground Contact - (8-20')

 

Treated Joists

-2x8 #1 MCA Ground Contact - (8-20')

-2x10 #1 MCA Ground Contact - (8-20')

-2x12 #1 MCA Ground Contact - (8-20')

 **22' and 24' available special order only


5/4" Radius Edge Decking 

There are two grades for Radius Edge Decking - Standard and Premium.  

Standard 5/4" Radius Edge Decking will have large knots, and very limited bark and wane.  

Premium 5/4" will be just below a "D" grade, and be mostly clear with a few small dime and quarter-sized knots per board.  It will have no bark and wane.  

 Available Sizes: 

  -Radius Edge Decking with a 1/8" eased edge 

  -Ground Contact treatment for improved longevity 

  -Premium decking is a very high grade, just shy of a "D"

 

Premium Radius Edge Decking:

New Town - St. Charles, MO

5/4 x 6 x 20' Radius Edge Decking:

 


CCA Treated Timbers   

All CCA Timbers are a true #2&btr, meaning that ~30% will be an actual #1.  Expect four square edges, and a nice looking timber.


-4x4 #2 CCA (8'-16')

-4x6 #2 CCA (8'-16')

-6x6 #2 CCA (8'-24')

-8x8 #2 CCA (8', 10' ,12', 16', 20')

-Special Order Timbers

        -Any size up to 12"x12"x30'

        -Center match, select struc, smooth or rough, etc. 

        -Three week lead time


 MCA Ground Contact Treated Timbers

-4x4 #1 MCA (8', 10')

-4x4 #2 MCA (8', 10')

-6x6 #2 MCA (8'-16')


 1" Pressure Treated Boards

-1x6 #2 MCA  (8', 12', 16')

-1x8 #2 MCA  (12', 16')

-"D-Grade" special order readily available  


 When to use Ground Contact versus Above Ground?

Recent changes to AWPA guidelines now state that treated lumber must be Ground Contact when it touches the ground, is within 6" of the ground, or in uses considered difficult to maintain, repair, or replace and critical to the performance and safety of the structure.  


All MCA Treated lumber is approved for residential construction, and approved and independently tested by the following organizations:

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