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How Long Does Pressure-Treated Lumber Last?

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How long can you expect pressure-treated wood to last? When it comes to outdoor wood projects, pressure-treated wood is one of the best materials to use since it can resist rot and insect damage. In addition, its durability and longevity easily make it the go-to choose for decks and framing, especially since these projects are

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Why Pen Lumber is the Best Option for Custom Home Builders

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If you’re a home builder, Peninsular Lumber has everything you need! Building a new home from scratch is a huge investment, so you must plan each aspect carefully and not rush into any decisions. One of the most important things you will need to do is to find a good source for your building material

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An Outlook of Wood Prices for Home Builders in 2022

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What will wood prices be like in 2022? If you have been keeping up with the news on wood prices, you probably know the massive rollercoaster that the industry has been through in the past two years. Given the unexpected boom in the housing market, compounded with supply chain shortages and other factors, lumber prices

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10 Tips for Deck Staining and Sealing

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A few tips for staining and sealing your deck. Adding a wood deck to your property comes with many benefits, from extra living space to improved outdoor aesthetics. Deck improvements are also known to be one of the most profitable home renovation projects as they can generate returns based on the size and quality of

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