Pressure Treated Wood Steps

Build outdoor stairs with these conveniently pre-cut, pre-stained pressure-treated wood treads. Designed for the outdoors, the step treads can also be installed indoors. This lumber is pressure treated in order to protect it from termites and rot. Listed here are images about pressure treated cedar tone wood stair step tread 2 in x, , etc.

Setting pressure treated wood in u shapes that are then filled with pea gravel or another material is a flexible system for building hillside steps the horizontal area of a step is called the

10 set two timbers across the sleepers to create the bottommost step in the staircase 11 cut and install two shorter 6x6 sleepers set them on top of and parallel with the lower set of sleepers 12 fasten the timber steps and shorter sleepers to the long sleepers below with 12 inch long timber screws

After being pressure treated some wood will be wet and remain damp for a decent amount of time however such lumbers are much more substantial than ordinary softwood so in order to use a stain on them you must wait for almost 3 6 months which is the minimum amount of time for the wood to dry properly

Wash your hands after working with treated wood dispose of sawdust and waste according to local regulations don x27 t burn pressure treated wood don x27 t use pressure treated wood as mulch read more about pressure treated lumber and wood preservatives on the epa website overview of wood preservative chemicals

Step 6 let it dry any pressure treated wood requires a second coat of stain for a perfect finish so before applying the second coat let the first coat dry properly you may have to leave it for 12 to 24 hours step 7 apply the second coat of stain

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