How long does h4 treated pine last?
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Simply so, what is h4 treated pine?
H4 treatment allows the timber to be used in outside, in-ground applications. It is often used for fence posts, in-ground pergola posts and landscaping timbers. It is often used for fence posts, in-ground pergola posts and landscaping timbers. pdf_file: shortdescription: H4 Treated Pine is for outside, in-ground use.
Additionally, what is the difference between h3 and h4 treated pine? H3 treatment allows timber to be used outside in an above ground application. H3 protects against moderate decay, borers and termites and can be used for cladding, fascia, pergolas and decking. H4 treatment protects against severe decay, termites and borers and is suitable for use outside and inground.
Hereof, how long does h4 timber last?
The wrong timber choice can lead to a failed landscape in less than 10 years
|Hazard Rating||Exposure||Biological Hazard|
|H4||Outside, In Ground.||Severe decay, borers and termites.|
|H5||Outside, In Ground, in contact with or in fresh water.||Very severe decay, borers, termites.|
|H6||Marine Water.||Marine wood borers and decay.|
Can you cut h4 treated pine?
Nothing. Cutting treated pine has no effect on the effectiveness of the treatment. When we built our deck, we used bitumen paint on the posts that were in direct contact with the soil. H4 is classified for ground contact such as landscaping and fence posts and should be further treated after any cuts etc