Quality lumber and building materials are essential for building your dream home, creating an outdoor haven or undertaking any construction project. At Pisctiello’s, we realize this and are proud to offer a range of lumber options, including pressure-treated and untreated wood, comprising framing and structural lumber, decking and fencing, in an assortment of sizes and grades.
Every slab, plank, and beam has the potential to create something wonderful. At Pisctiello’s, we offer lumber that’s more than just wood—a promise of quality and durability.
Framing and structural lumber are types of wood used in construction to create the skeleton of a building. It’s typically made of softwood, yellow pine or douglas fir and is used for walls, floors, roofs, and structural support. It’s important for most construction projects because of its strength and durability.
Strength You Can Count On: Each beam is meticulously sourced to ensure maximum stability and structural integrity, making it perfect for foundational support.
Diverse Range: Our variety covers you, from lightweight studs for interior walls to robust beams for load-bearing structures.
Framing Lumber Grades: We offer different framing and structural lumber grades based on your needs. Our #1 grade is the highest quality option with minimal knots and defects. Our #2 grade has slightly more knots and defects but offers excellent strength and stability. Our utility-grade lumber is the most affordable option, with adequate strength for many construction projects.
Framing Lumber Sizes: Typical lumber sizes for framing and structural lumber include 2×4, 2×6, 2×8, 2×10, and 2×12, with lengths ranging from 8 feet to 20 feet or more. Other sizes are also available, depending on the project’s specific needs.
All of our pressure-treated lumber is Yellawood. Yellawood is a type of wood treated with chemicals to make it more resistant to decay, insects, and other environmental factors. This type of lumber is commonly used in outdoor construction projects, such as decks, fences, and retaining walls, where exposure to moisture and other elements can cause traditional wood to deteriorate quickly. The pressure-treating process involves placing the wood in a large cylinder and subjecting it to high pressure, which forces the chemical preservatives deep into the wood fibers. This creates a durable and long-lasting product that can withstand the rigors of outdoor use.
Built to Last: our lumber is engineered to withstand harsh conditions, resist rot, decay, and ward off termites, ensuring a prolonged lifespan.
Untreated lumber is a type of wood that has yet to be chemically treated with preservatives. It is typically harvested from trees and used in various construction and DIY projects. Untreated lumber is often preferred by those who prioritize sustainability and eco-friendliness, as it is a natural, renewable resource.
Untreated lumber comes in various types and sizes, and the options available can vary depending on your availability. Here’s a list of some common types of untreated lumber we offer:
Pure & Authentic: Our untreated lumber retains its natural character and essence.
Diverse Range: Ideal for indoor projects or any endeavor where you want nature’s touch.
4×8 sheets in various thicknesses, commonly 7/16″
4×8 sheets in various thicknesses, often used for interior projects.
4×8 sheets in various
1/4″, 3/8″, 1/2″, and 3/4″.
Common boards used for specific applications, such as tongue and groove boards for flooring or shiplap boards for interior wall paneling