WHY SHOULD I PURCHASE A TANALISED GARDEN SHED?
A tanalised timber product has been pressure treated with Tanalith E.
Tanalith E has exceptional preservative properties for timber exposed to, or in contact with moisture. The tanalising process involves immersing the timber in a sealed Vat and then forcing the Tanalith E fluid into the timber under pressure.
This process ensures that the preservative goes much further into the timber than could ever be achieved by brushing or spraying. Initially this will prove around 15%-20% more expensive than a kiln dried or preservative dipped product, but product will require far less maintenance and last much longer than the alternatives.
In summary the following points are of note.
- An established and proven alternative to traditional chromated/copper/arsenate (CCA) treated timber.
- Effective long-term protection against fungal and insect attack.
- Proven performance, widely used and accepted worldwide.
- Appealing natural green colour with excellent colour durability, blending perfectly with nature.
- Impregnated using vacuum pressure technology
- Conforms to new European Standards and individual countries’ national requirements.
- Ideal for general construction, fencing, garden and leisure timber applications.
A tanalised wooden garden shed will be protected against the elements, garden insects that attack and decay wood and providing a weatherproof protection lasting a very long time.
A tanalised shed is ideal for those enclosed spaces or highly landscaped gardens, where self treatment would be difficult. Once your shed has been constructed and placed on the correct base tanalised garden sheds will give you piece of mind as it will not need to be re-treated and many years of enjoyment.
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