wood treatment for framing
I am doing some insulation work that would expose the framing in my house and I was wondering if there is any wood treatment I should apply to the framing before I enclose the wall again. NB: Work will be done from the inside.
Was thinking of some water-based and possible sprayable product that would help prevent mold/fungi and possibly wood destroying insects.
I have looked at Wolman's CopperCoat but they say that the product should be used only outdors. I wouldn't quite qualify framing as "indoors" but I don't want to poison my family either.
I see that canadian codes do use similar products but recommend a poly sheet covering before aplying the drywall. I could do that...
Other than that, I have researched the net and I see that boron products may be appropriate.
Thanks in advance.
eco wood treatment
hi try a product called eco wood treatment,you can spray it in the wall and 2x4 studs to preserve the wood ,we bought ours at sherwin williams regards barry,new york
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