What’s in That Pressure-Treated Wood?

That Pressure-Treated Wood

What’s in That Pressure-Treated Wood? By Black Locust Lumber team Wood in contact with the ground, or above ground that often gets wet, will eventually be attacked by decay fungi and insects. With the exception of naturally du- rable species, such as redwood and cedar, wood used in these applications should be pressure treated with […]

Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia)

Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia)

Black Locust (Robinia Pseudoacacia) and thermally modified wood as sustainable choices in green building By Black Locust Lumber team    It is hard not to notice the explicit signs of a global paradigm shift in the building industry. The shift towards sustainable building influences timber choice, too. Non-environmental, chemically-treated wood is no longer a fancy […]

The Benefits of our Black Locust Permeable Paver Systems

The Benefits of our Black Locust Permeable Paver Systems By Black Locust Lumber team    From the recent catastrophic fires in Australia, the eroding of the Mississippi Delta Islands due to high water levels and flooding, and the rising temperatures in Antarctica, we have reached a place where the world cannot ignore the need for […]

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