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Pressure Treated Timber

expat paul

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Class III means the timber can be exposed to wet weather but not

constant damp and should not be in contact with the ground. It can be

used for sheltered terraces, facing away from the prevailing rain.

Class IV means the timber can be in contact with soil or (fresh) water, and exposed to damp. It is generally used in the garden
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