Materials & Components

Pressure Treated Lumber

4” X 4” / 2” X 4” / 1” X 4” / 2” X 6”/ 4” X 6” / 2” X 12”

Product Description

This lumber is pressure treated in order to protect it from termites, fungal decay, and rot.

  • Effective against termites, rot and fungal decay
  • Lifetime limited residential warranty
  • Can be painted or stained
  • Hot dipped galvanized or stainless steel hardware recommended
  • Safe & environmentally friendly
  • Aluminum compatible
  • Ground contact allowed

2×6 Pressure treated

2×4 Pressure treated

2” x 6”-2″x 4″ # 2 Pressure Treated

Uses:

Floor joist, Hand Rails/Porches

 

4×4

4” x 4” #2 Pressure Treated 

Uses:  

Skids/Runners,Porches

 

2×4

2” x 4” #2 Yellow Pine

Uses:

Wall Stud, Rafters

 

Smart Side Siding

Uses: Exterior walls cover

Production of SmartSide siding starts with wood strands or fibers, then a zinc-borate compound is applied to prevent decay. Resins are also applied to allow the siding to resist the elements for years.

Superiority Over Wood and Fiber Cement

This type of siding may be preferable over fiber cement because it does not require expertise or special equipment to install. Additionally, fiber cement comes with the health hazard of airborne silica. Louisiana-Pacific also claims that SmartSide siding has advantages over traditional wood because of its resistance to fungi and termite corrosion, and is resistant to wood warping and cupping as well.

Environmentally Friendly

SmartSide siding uses longer pieces of wood, which requires less trees to be cut down; and is made from wood fibers and strands, so the production process doesn’t require scrapping of wood with knots or voids. Additionally, Louisiana-Pacific uses small, fast-growing trees to make this siding, and the zinc-borate used in production is a natural-occurring compound.

  • Constructed of composite material
  • Panel has a tan, wood-textured surface
  • Resists termites and fungal decay
  • Primed and ready to paint
 Color  Tan  Item Package Type  No Package
 Manufacturer Warranty  5/50  Material  Composite
 Paintable/Stainable  Yes  Product Length (in.)  96 in.
 Product Width (in.)  48 in.  Profiles  Panel
Thickness (in.) .375 UV Protected No
Vertical and Horizontal Vertical

Composite Panel

The panel has a tan, wood-textured surface that is primed and ready to paint.
Exterior Walls Cover

 

Concrete Block

4” x 8” x 16” Solid Concrete Block

Uses:

Base foundation

 

7/16 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.
OSB TechShield Radiant Barrier

Blocks up to 97% of the radiant heat in the panel from radiating into the attic,reducing attic temperatures by as much as 30°F.
Uses: Roof Plywood.(Mega sheds)

 

1 x 4 x 8
Pressure-Treated Board

1” X 4’ #2 PRESSURE TREATED

Uses:

Trim

Drip Edge

A galvanized steel flashing bent at 90 deg. Angle that is placed along the outer perimeter of steep sloped buildings;

Uses:

Helps direct runoff water away from the building and help protect underlying components.(Mega Sheds)

 

Tongue and Groove Edge Joints Floor Plywood (¾ cdx Tongue & Grove Plywood
Floor)

Uses: Plywood Floor (Mega Sheds)

Tongue and grove edge joints they are often used without any glue, allowing the boards to expand and contract without any negative effects. The joint is formed by one piece having a grove, or slot, cut the length of the edge.
This grove is most often one third of the wood’s thickness and is placed in the center of the edge, producing two walls of wood that are the same thickness. The other piece has the sides of the stock removed, leaving a tongue that is precisely the width of the groove formed on the first piece.
The strength of the Tongue and Groove joint comes from two things: the mechanical interlocking of the pins and grooves, and the incredibly large gluing surface that the crenelated ends provide. The joint has incredible resistance to racking (bending of the
joint), and even without glue the two boards can not be separated. This makes the joint ideal for high-stress.

 

Felt Paper # 15

This #15 Felt Roof Deck Protection features quality asphalt saturation for great waterproofing to add an extra layer of protection between your shingles and your roof deck.
Felt paper gives roof maximum protection from rain and snow. Keeping water out from underneath roof shingles, felt paper helps to extend the life of a roof.

Uses: Moister Barrier between roof decking and shingles.

 

Roof Shingles

Roof shingles are a roof covering consisting of individual overlapping elements. These elements are typically flat rectangular shapes laid in rows from the bottom edge of the roof up, with each successive higher row overlapping the joints in the row below.
We offer two different types:

25 years three tab (standard)
30 years architectural (optional)

We build ALL of our custom sheds, barns, gables and cabins with only the BEST materials. So if you are looking for a Storage Shed Houston, look no further! We are the clear choice!