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When selecting flooring or furniture, you may have noticed a significant price difference between brands, types of wood and manufactured wood. It isn’t uncommon for consumers to pi...

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From the cabinets in your kitchen to a piece of furniture to a fun craft, there are plenty of wood items you can paint. And one of the best things about wood is that it accepts a v...

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Break out the power tools and some dusty old pallets and get to work with fun woodworking crafts for any level. From functional furniture to crafty home decor, you can use some cle...

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Today's flooring is more durable and longer-lasting than ever before. It also comes in myriad material types, meaning it's easier than ever to get the look you want. For a traditio...

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Wood pallets are available to purchase in a variety of sizes, and individual companies can set their own standard. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO), however...

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Identify pressure-treated lumber by scent, stamps and appearance. Learn about safer alternatives for pressure-treatment. Older pressure treated wood markings are easy to identify b...

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When using pressure treated wood indoors, check the label. Lumber treated with sodium borate (SBX) or micronized copper quaternary (MCQ) is generally safe, as long as you don't use...

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Wood is a common choice in material for constructing outdoor decking, railing and support posts. Different wood types, like redwood and pressure-treated wood, can be used for these...

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Arsenic-based pressure treated lumber has been replaced by a copper-based formula which can corrode metal. Be sure to use this lumber safely. Pressure-treated lumber has been avail...

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The process of painting pressure-treated wood involves steps you would not take—and considerations you would not make—with regular lumber. Here's what you need to know. By Bob Vila...

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Watch this video to find out about the importance of using pressure treated wood for outdoor building project to resist rot, decay, and termites. Video Playback Not Supported When ...