Pressure-treated 4x4s are typically made from “peeler cores,” which are the byproduct of plywood production.
Companies are trying to keep their costs low when producing wood. And many Oshawa sign installers are using the cheap discount wood from hardware stores to save money
When a full and new log is rotated on a lathe to produce plywood, the middle of the log will remain. This is called the Peeler core.
The centre of the log doesn’t pressure treat well. It just doesn’t want to accept the treatment
They are bound to warp and twist
When true sign group shops for woods, we look at. Both ends. If we see growth rings start near the center of the post and expand outward, we avoid it. We strive to find wood where the rings aren’t in the center. This means when we build you a post to hold tour real estate sign, we build you a strong product.
Your real estate listing is important to you, and that should reflect in your sign on the lawn
If you are renovating your deck or burping anything, keep this in mind too! It’s all the same price, just take the time to find the correct posts