Archive for the ‘Decking’ Category

Tenaya Lake, Yosemite National Park – TimberSIL wood bridge #2

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Tenaya Lake, Yosemite National Park – TimberSIL wood bridge #1

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Work Stopped For Winter. TimberSIL Bridge in process…

Tenaya Lake, Yosemite National Park

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TimberSIL wood folding park / sun bench

Malibu, CA

Here is a very nice and versatile folding wood bench built with TimberSIL wood. As shown below it can be used to lay flat, fold up for a park bench style or a sun bench style.

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Built by Ray the handy man: (310) 457-5838

TimberSIL wood deck – Seal-Once waterproofer

Fountain Valley, CA

To show off the natural beauty of TimberSIL wood, this deck was sealed with a clear, Green Spec Listed, Zero VOC!!!, waterproofer produced by New Image Coating called Seal-Once™. If you have tried, you know it’s hard to find a high quality, low VOC wood coating product that works. Seal-Once™ eco-friendly waterproofers for wood, exotic wood, concrete and masonry and composite decking provide long-lasting protection against water, mold, mildew and UV damage.

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Seal-Once™ eco-friendly waterproofers

Non-Toxic Wood Play Structre

Here is yet another great application for TimberSIL® wood, a children’s play structure. TimberSIL® wood is the perfect choice for this type of structure, being that it is the only non-toxic preserved wood resistant to rot and insects. Here with TimberSIL® wood used instead of conventional pressure treated wood, parents won’t have to worry about toxic chemicals rubbing off, leaching out and potentially harming their children.

TimberSIL wood kids play structure

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
This site includes information on a petition from the Environmental Working Group and the Healthy Building Network to ban arsenic-treated wood in children’s playground equipment.

Class-A Fire Retardant Wood Deck

Chino Hills, CA.
TimberSIL glass wood used here to build a Class-A fire retardant patio cover deck with a great view. The hills of San Bernardino County have been hit repeatedly with wildfire storms over the last decade. Chino Hills, now listed as a W.U.I. (Wildland Urban Interface) area, Cal Fire’s determined high fire severity zones, has to abide by new building codes and fire restrictions that require Class-A or Ignition Resistant building materials used for outdoor applications, designed to save lives and homes.

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TimberSIL glass wood meets fire restrictions put forth by Cal Fire. TimberSIL is listed in their W.U.I. Handbook under “Ignition Resistant” (Class-A fire retardant after weathering). TimberSIL glass wood is construction grade lumber impregnated with a non-toxic liquid glass formula that is solidified while inside the wood, protecting the wood fiber from rot and insects as well as fire.