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Are Thermally Modified Products Right For You?

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With growing competition to release the latest products for residential and commercial applications, we enter into the brief overview of thermally modified woods.

Without getting overly technical, let’s answer some of the most common questions.

What is thermal modification and why is it beneficial?

Thermal modification is the process of using extreme heat and steam to enhance, strengthen, and create a rot resistant material.

It offers extended longevity over traditional woods.

Where would these products be used?

Outdoor decking. Exterior siding and cladding. Interior wall coverings among many other uses.

What species do these come in?

Ash, Poplar, Red Oak, Hemlock, Douglas Fir, Pine, and Spruce.

As more manufacturers of thermally modified woods become available, more species will undoubtedly be added.

Thermally modified products can offer what others cannot.

We have access to what you want and provide custom milling for the most discerning.

Let us help you make a good decision with your next project.

 

 

 

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