Ever Heard of a Thermally Modified Wood Deck?

Thermally modified wood

Pressure-treated, cedar, composite, and PVC are common decking materials – but what do you know about thermally modified wood decking? If you’re like most people, probably not much.  Pyrolysis is the process of heating wood to over 400°F (180 °C) in the absence of oxygen. This process completely removes moisture and changes the chemical structure…

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How to Keep a Slab Flat 

Live edge slabs make beautiful tables and countertops; however, they are susceptible to warping and cupping. The best way to keep a slab flat is to properly prepare the surface and install a c-channel.  Expect Expansion and Contraction All wood has moisture in it, and as the moisture evaporates, the wood will physically change shape.…

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