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Our Pine Treated Garden Deck Boards 22mm x 120m x 2.4m are machined from the very highest quality slow grown Nordic Redwood Pine trees matured over eighty years. This can be seen from the many compact growth rings seen on the end section of the boards.
Furthermore our Pine Treated Garden Deck boards 22mm x 120mm x 2.4m are also Kiln Dried in controlled conditions to reduce the moisture content by up to 50% before treatment which stabilises the timber cell structure, reducing splitting and warping and allows the board to absorb more treatment.
All our Treated Pine Garden Deck Boards are pressure treated offering a 10 year garantee against rot. Treatment preservative is forced into the board under pressure to BS8417 or Use Class 3 which is the recommended treatment standard required to protect decking and exterior products against rot to ensure it will give you may years of use with out having to retreat each year.
Quality is an important when selecting garden deck boards, that is why we have sourced and manufactured our treated pine garden deck boards from the very highest quality slow grown redwood pine which has grown over many years which can be seen by the compact growth rings at the end of the boards. This will ensure that not only does it have a smooth finish but is also much less likely to twist and warp that deck boards made from faster grown timber. In addition these treated pine garden deck boards are 28mm thick and 140mm wide not only making them extremely strong but being that little bit wider you will need less boards to cover the area.
As part of the process we kiln dry out treated pine garden deck boards before treatment. This reduces the timber moisture content by up to fifty percent and further stabilises the cell structure which means that they are less likely to twist and warp in the summer heat.
To finish the process it is important that the deck boards will stand up to the British weather and therefore our treated pine garden deck boards are pressure treated forcing timber preservative into the deck board giving them a 10 year guarantee against rot and therefore last longer.