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Treated Wood Solutions by Viance
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Decking and Fencing

Proven preservative solutions for residential, agricultural and commercial construction projects that provide long-term protection from fungal decay and termite attack. NGBS Home Innovation Research Laboratories Green Certified Products for Resource Efficiency.

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Fire Retardant Treated Wood

Build In Fire Safety with D-Blaze FRTW. D-Blaze® fire retardant treated wood (FRTW) is code compliant for wall, floor and roof assemblies where specified or required. D-Blaze is UL Classified and both GreenGuard and GreenGuard Gold Certified.

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Framing

TimberSaver treatments offer the most effective level of borate protection solutions against fungal decay and termite damage. For dry interior applications such as wood-frame construction; walls, floors, roofing and interior sheathing.

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Latest Videos

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Latest News

November 30, 2016
Viance announces Clarification and Enhancements to Above Ground Treated Wood Warranties.
Viance Lifetime Limited warranty coverage includes Above Ground treated wood framing members that are critical to the safety and performance of the structure, including joists and beams.
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November 2, 2016
NEWSnote from the SFPA:
Treated Wood Infographic Finalized With a recent approval from the AWPA Executive Committee
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July 21, 2016
D-Blaze® Fire Retardant Treated Wood (FRTW) Earns GREENGUARD Gold Certification
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June 24, 2016
Viance LLC Continues to Offer Lifetime Limited Warranty on Above Ground Preservative Treatment
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May 17, 2016
AWAP Reaffirms Efficacy of Above Ground Treatment Standards For Outdoor Uses
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April 6, 2016
May is Deck Safety Month. Check your deck with NADRA’s 10-point inspection checklist.

March 16, 2016
Above Ground Treated Lumber Remains Building Code Compliant for Deck Joists and Support Beams

For more information about the proposed changes to the AWPA-UCS, see our Frequently Asked Questions at www.treatedwood.com/options.