Claymark Solid Gold & Tru-Pine for exterior Trim?
For many years we used finger jointed pre-primed Cesar for exterior trim due to its resistance to rot, but as of a few years ago it ceased to exist, so we switched to Borel.
Borel being made from coal ash is no fun to work with, the guys hate it due to the dust and the wear and tear on tool.
Our local supplier is now carrying Claymark Solid Gold & Tru-Pine as an exterior trim, from what I found on the web it seems to undergo some kind of pressure treatment to make it rot and insect resistant.
The Solid Gold are solid pieces where as the Tru-pine is finger jointed.
Anyone have long term experience with these products?
Thanks – Jud
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