4’’x4’’x48’’ Symphony - Terra Brown treated lumber post

In stock : 11
Parcel shipping
Parcel shipped within 1-2 business days
In-store pick-up
Free pick-up, ready between 24 to 48 working hours.
Truck delivery
Delivered by truck in 3 to 10 days

4’’x4’’x48’’ Symphony - Terra Brown treated lumber post

4’’x4’’x48’’ Symphony - Terra Brown treated lumber post

  • Treated for above ground applications
  • Environmental product certifications
  • Goodfellow Terra uses advanced wood preservative technology that is low VOC, low eco-toxicity and certified as an Environmentally Preferable Product. Innovative colour pigment technology gives the treated wood a warm, finished look.
  • Use the Pressure Treated Wood V-Groove Post for a deck railing with 2x4 handrails and railing balusters.
  • Nominal dimension 4’’x4’’x48’’

Goodfellow Terra®pressure treated wood products are designed for use in residential and commercial environments, where appearance and environmental protection standards are of paramount importance.

Goodfellow Terra uses innovative MicroPro®wood preservation technology where copper is pressure treated into the wood in a solid micronized form, without the use of solvents.

Reduced Environmental Footprint

MicroPro technology reduces the environmental footprint of Goodfellow Terra to less than half that of traditional residential treated wood. The MicroPro treated wood process was the first, and is the only, wood treatment process to be certified by Scientific Certification Systems as an Environmentally Preferable Treated Wood Process, based on Life-Cycle Assessment. MicroPro preservative technology also meets the stringent standards of UL GREENGUARD GOLD certification for low VOC emissions. Goodfellow Terra pressure treated wood is suitable for use in schools, offices, and other sensitive environments.


You can apply a water repellent or stain to Goodfellow Terra as soon as it is dry to the touch.This will depend on the weather, the exposure to sunlight and how wet the wood was when it was installed (it is saturated with water during pressure treatment). To test that the treated wood is surface dry, sprinkle water droplets on the surface. If the water droplets are absorbed into the wood, it is ready for water repellent. If not, try sprinkling again in a few days.

More Information
SpeciesTreated wood
Cookies Preference