Pressure Treated Wood Advantages: Pros & Cons


Advantages And Disadvantages Of The Pressure-Treated Wood

Advantages/Pros

  1. Durability: The pressure treated wood is highly durable and lasts for a longer time without any damage. This type of wood is available in market with a warranty of 40 years.
  2. Strength: Pressure treated wood is a sturdy wood material that resists any wear and tear. It withstands to any dents and scratches.
  3. Repair Ease: If the furniture made of pressure treated wood gets damaged then the users do not need to worry about it as these products can be repaired easily.
  4. Affordability: This type of wood is available in market at low rates as compared to other wood materials.
  5. Sustainability: It is sustainable and does not have any side effect on the environment.

Disadvantages/Cons

  1. Checking And Splinters: It is recommended to check the condition of the pressure treated wood so that the users can identify the problem and find the solution of the problem to repair it. When the pressure treated wood is placed in outdoor for a one year then it becomes necessary to check the wood.
  2. Maintenance Work: To protect the pressure treated wood from splintering and fading, it is important to apply a sealant on the wood annually. The proper maintenance of the pressure treated wood increases its durability.
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