This document offers a broad range of options for protecting wood structures from damage and thereby significantly reducing the cost of repairs. It identifies and describes the options available to protect existing and new residential and commercial wood structures from decay, fungi, and termites. Specific details on the use of treated wood, soil treatments, naturally durable species, suitable construction techniques, and appropriate maintenance practices that will prevent damage are included. A broad range of options to permit the most appropriate selection of protection techniques suitable to the geographic location, the site, and the type of construction is provided. (53 Pages/1993)
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