Fencing, Decking, Posts
1×4, 1×6, 1×8, 2×4 to 2×12, 4×4, 4×6, 6×6, 6×8, 8×8 in 8’ to 20’ (#2)
When you’re working on an outdoor application where the lumber may be exposed to the elements, you need pressure-treated lumber to withstand the effects of nature.
Choose from a wide assortment of pressure-treated lumber with either MCA (Micronized Copper Azole) or CCA (Copper Chromium Arsenate). Typically made with Southern Yellow Pine, we treat each piece of lumber to prevent rotting, decay, and termite infestation.
Our lumber has been treated for above-ground and ground contact. We can also provide lumber that will be used to protect against saltwater splash and saltwater submersion.
Frequently Asked Questions
Lagging and Shoring is mixed hardwood used to support excavation and other temporary protection applications.
It is usually mixed hardwood, which consists of oak, maple, gum, hickory, and poplar.
Yes, we can.
Random width is commonly used for temporary protection because of the relatively lower cost associated with it. In most applications, there is a particular area that needs to be covered, so the width of the lumber does not often matter. This lumber tends to be cheaper, as well.
Yes, it can be used for crane mats, deck mats, pallets, and ties. The higher-grade lumber that is produced from mixed hardwood trees is often used for furniture and cabinetry.
Yes! Frisco Woodline has a multitude of certifications, including the FSC Certification. To learn more about our certifications, click here.
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