16 Nov Ways that you can use CCA-treated poles
Droppers & Laths
There are different timber and gum pole sizes available, depending on the strength and height needed for your dropper and lath purposes.
Whether you are looking for a patio, an area surrounding a pool, or a deck for an entertainment area, you can use CCA-treated timber for durability, stability and strength. Using the right decking boards can take your deck from being ordinary to sleek.
Docks & Piers
Wave and tidal action, soil types and climate need to be thought about in the design of your pier and dock, so consider having a proper design as a foundation for a successful pier or dock project. Also, think about what your pier or dock will be used for. Will it need chairs and benches built into it? How many people can be on it at any given time? Does it need to support a vehicle for maintenance and cleaning? Will boats be moored to it? Will it need special rails to make fishing or water access more convenient? All these things will increase the effectiveness of your CCA-treated timber for your pier or dock.
CCA-treated timber is perfect for shelters, giving durability and strength to the structure that you want. It is resistant to moisture, which prevents microorganisms from growing on them, as well as being fire-resistant, which will give you peace of mind.
With CCA-treated poles being more durable than natural wood and requiring little maintenance, it is perfect for garden furniture. The other benefit of using these poles is that the wood is protected from damage by insects and pests.
How do you get your children disconnected from a screen, and into the outdoors? Give them a jungle gym where they can climb and play to their heart’s content. CCA-treated timber has been deemed safe for this type of application and poses no threat to children.