Pressure treated does not mean ground contact

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  1. May 30, 2014 #1

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    Lumber treated for underground are usually incised

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    Typical green treated will rot if it sits on the ground. I always prop mine up on 2" cement pads. The ones I replaced were completely rotted where they were on the ground. The stuff you are mentioning here is different however, and I am sure costs a bit more.
     
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    Add a piece of poly between concrete and wood
     

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