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FAQs

We have compiled a few of our most popular frequently asked questions that our customers and partners have asked! If you don't find an answer to your question, feel free to reach out on our contact page! 

  • What are the advantages of using thermally modified wood?
    The following are all the advantages of using our product! Strength: The thermal modification strengthens the wood, making it ideal for decks, fences, siding, and patio blocks. Sustainability: Yellow pine is a renewable resource. Since no chemicals are used in the modificaton process, the wood can be used in gardens and scraps turned into mulch. Chemical-Free:The EcoPrem process makes EcoVantage products safe. Most pressure-treated woods are produced with the use of toxic chemicals that break down the fasteners that hold projects together. The chemicals in the wood makes it harmful to touch, harmful to breathe the air that surrounds it and harmful to anything that comes in contact with it (skin, clothes, etc.). Dimensionally Stable: EcoVantage wood resists moisture, thus creating wood that is resistant to warping. Durability: The thermal modification process created a wood product that is resistant to mildew, rot and insects.
  • What kinds of products do you produce?
    Fencing, Flooring, Decking, Docks, Deck Tiles, Siding, Pergolas, Arbors, Framing Material, and a variety of other options.
  • How do I order from you?
    If you are in Indiana, Michigan or Ohio feel free to contact us directly at 260-337-0338. If you are in another area, please check our Where to Buy page!
  • Do you have sample products?
    We have samples of each of our products. They can be requested by contacting us: Office: 260-337-0338 Fax: 260-337-0339 E-mail: customerservice@ecovantagewood.com There is also a sample & literature order form in the downloads section of our website.
  • Where are you located?
    EcoVantage, LLC 6878 CR 62 St. Joe, IN 46785
  • What can be made from thermally modified wood?
    You are limited only by your imagination! Exterior Shutters Window Boxes Raised Planter Beds Flooring Docks Decks Fences Custom Arbors and Pergolas Piers Grape Arbors Sheds Dog Houses Shade Structures And many more!
  • What is a span rating?
    Span rating is the distance that a building panel spans between supports. Our span ratings follow the specifics set up by the Green Deck Warranty.
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