3,830 pressure treated wood Home Design Photos

Modern Landscape
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any more images of the wood edging ? also what are the dimensions of the wood pieces? are they nailed together particularly the ones onto of each other
being done on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in
being done on the safety of using pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in
WoodThe basics: Using wood to edge a bed instantly adds a casual, organic and rustic feel to the garden. Many types of wood can be used, from treated posts
want to use wood to edge edible gardens, you may want to use untreated, rot-resistant wood to avoid the leaching of chemicals from treated wood into your
“wood border” — rivamarris
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
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We add Fire, Water and Light!
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Thank you for your question. The fence is constructed with treated posts and cedar framing for the powder coated mesh for the fencing. Thank you, Team
I like that the wood of the raised garden beds matches to wood of the barn and fencing. Don't like
i love the use of wood in this space and its color is beautiful.
cedar or redwood, and avoid woods preserved with toxins, such as creosote-soaked railroad ties. Pressure-treated wood is treated with alkaline copper quaternary
size of your bed, cedar or redwood could cost up to $150 per bed; pressure-treated wood costs $75 to $100.
replace it. Still, untreated wood can last for a number of years (up to 10) without really noticeable rot, and treated wood will last even longer. Cost:
“Garden beds” — Sarah Mellin
The Garden Route Company
11 Reviews
SF Retro Modern
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steep slope and love the look of this wall. How was the wall built? Is the wood just cladding material?
pressure treated structural wall faced with 1x4 stained cedar.
pressure treated wood construction + stained cedar cladding
Retaining wall is pressure treated wood with cedar facing
This wall was constructed using 4x6 pressure treated posts set into 5' deep
Modern look to wood retaining wall
“retainer wall” — dsouthi
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
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Gregory Davis & Associates
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Art Garden
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Is the landscape timber shown pressure treated?
landscape timbers in the color shown that are pressure treated. Can you be more specific, i.e. type of wood, supplier, etc. I live in the San Francisco
Yes, all wood that comes into contact with soil should be treated.
Retaining wall of pressure treated wood.
wood stairs w/ gravel for back path from upper deck to courtyard
Tiers of wood and stair design
“plateau” — jpmkeyslapo
Bureau d'Architecture Modeste
Villa P1 sur la route du Cap Ferret
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CHECK WOOD DECKS FOR MOISTURE Why: Wood decks — including redwood and pressure-treated woods — need to be sealed and stained
Check Wood Decks for Moisture Why: Wood decks — including redwood and pressure-treated woods — need to be sealed and stained
doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your deck. Learn how to refinish your wood deck When: You should do a splash test at the beginning of every summer and
Check Wood Decks for MoistureWhy: Wood decks — including redwood and pressure-treated woods — need to be sealed and stained to prevent water damage and
doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your deck.Learn how to refinish your wood deckWhen: You should do a splash test at the beginning of every summer and
“Tout” — Claudine Gilson
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
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Lorraine Vale
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cumulus cotton ceiling paint (bm), pressure treated wood cabinets with exterior paint
pressure treate wood exterior paint
“Kitchen outdoors” — nicola65
Realty Queen Toronto
My home renovation
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hi, can you please tell me the type of wood and stain? thanks
pressure treated horizontal option with air passage
AFTER: Oleksak designed modern fencing with pressure-treated wood cut lengthwise and attached to fence posts horizontally. Low-maintenance plantings fit
clean lines with pressure treated pine
“Fence” — kjrbaker
swelldone
Backyard Bath House
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Hi - The 1x6 cedar boards are nailed to 4x4 pressure treated posts that are laid horizontally on a packed gravel base. That makes
MaterialsStructure and decking — $225:Six 10-foot lengths of 4-by-4 pressure-treated wood posts for the pergola and deck frameEight 8-foot lengths of outdoor
cordOther materials:Clear outdoor protective sealer for all wood that's not pressure treatedRepurposed materials for bath accessories (cedar decking shower
“exclude bath tub, throw in seating area” — mackplichta
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