Timber Pro Yard Treatment
Timber Pro Yard Treatment is a top-level coating treatment for logs and timber that builders use in the final stage of construction. This solution bases its unique formula on waterborne natural oil molecules that protect the wood against insects and UV radiation.
A single coat of Timber Pro Yard Treatment provides logs with a thin film of critical protection. This way, the wood can last for long before the builders use it for their woodworking projects. This coating solution repels both water and prevents discoloration. As a result, it is ideal for construction yards in both humid and arid climates.
Builders can also use Timber Pro Yard Treatment on green logs that have to sit for several months before construction begins. During this time, it will protect the wood against UV radiation, mold, and mildew.
Timber Pro Yard Treatment Benefits include:
• EXCELLENT PENETRATION: Due to its unique formula Yard Treatment penetrates deep into the wood to provide an excellent bond.
• BREATHABLE FINISH: Especially important on green logs while they dry out.
• UV PROTECTION: Unique UV absorbers protect the logs from the sun’s damaging UV rays.
• SUITABLE FOR UNSEASONED WOOD: The unique formula allows for use on wood with higher moisture content (green wood).
• EASY TO APPLY: YARD TREATMENT can easily be applied by brush, sprayed and back brushed.
• EXCELLENT COMPATABILITY: YARD TREATMENT is compatible with all Timber Pro products.
• EASY CLEAN UP: Soap and water clean up.
Measured Square Footage
Take each wall and multiply length x height. Example 40' long x 10' high= 400 sq. ft.
Add each wall together Example 400 + 400 + 250 + 250 = 1300 sq. ft.
For each of your gable ends (the triangles) use Base x Height/2
Example 30' x 15' = 450'/2 = 225 sq ft. Add all areas together.
Adjust for Type of Log
A round log has a different surface area than a flat timber. We must account for the curvature and size of the log so we don't end up short on stain. Select your log type
Most maintenance coats are done with one coat, often clear. If you plan to add a coat of color and a clear, feel free to ask one of our specialists for some advice.
Rough logs will take more stain than smooth logs. If your logs are rough, check off the box and it will calculate based on a rough surface.
Note: All calculations are estimated. Actual coverage will vary based on surface condition, species and moisture content.