Softwood 60" Tread, (W)235mm (D)40mm
Softwood 60" Tread, (W)235mm (D)40mm
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- For constructing or replacing steps up to raised decking areas
- 1 x tread
Features and Benefits
- Kiln dried to allow better penetration of preservative
|Kiln dried||Kiln dried|
|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
|Assembly required||Assembly required|
|Fixings supplied||No fixings supplied|
Health and Safety
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Help & Advice
How to guides
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Are you starting from scratch or replacing what you have?
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