CCA Treated Wood is treated at manufacturing facilities located in Coos Bay, Oregon; Loveland, Colorado; and Washougal, Washington. The wood species subjected to this treatment include hemlock fir, lodgepole pine, and ponderosa pine.
CCA stands for Chromated Copper Arsenate, a chemical preservative used to protect wood from decay caused by insects and microbial agents. It contains chromium, copper, and arsenic, offering effective protection against these threats.
- Pressure Treated: CCA Treated Wood undergoes pressure treatment, ensuring thorough penetration of the preservative into the wood fibers, enhancing its durability and longevity.
- CCA Preserved: The presence of CCA provides long-lasting protection against rot and decay caused by insects and microorganisms.
- Effective Protection: CCA Treated Wood effectively combats insect infestations and microbial growth, safeguarding the wood from damage and extending its lifespan.
Please note that styles, colors, and brands of CCA Treated Wood may vary.