Creosote Fencing Posts
Creosote is a chemical made by distilling tars taken from plant-derived material. It makes a superb preservative and is still widely used to preserve wood against the weather! HS Solid fuels stocks and sells quality creosote fences preserved with traditional creosote, an excellent choice of creosote fencing supplies. We have a large collection including peeled round stakes and peeled strainers, struts, posts, and rails. There’s nothing quite so annoying as asking a trusted supplier for advice, only to find they don’t know much about the products they sell. HS solid fuels understand our products, know their best uses, and can advise you on what you should avoid. In fact, we can answer every creosote wood preservative question you can throw at us. Add reliable deliveries and top brands to the list and you can see why so many people flock to us. We also offer a broad choice of argicutural fencing supllies.
Why choose creosote fencing:
The UK’s and Irelands weather is not predictable, that’s why top-quality creosote fence posts and pressure treated fencing is so important. It’s also interesting to note that livestock and horses don’t chew creosote but are partial to chewing through tanalised timbers. Buy tanalised and you’ll probably find yourself re-fencing in record time as the substandard materials let you down. Creosote, on the other hand, lasts well over 25 years. Use our properly preserved fencing, tap into our years of expertise, and get all your fencing accessories here as well. Then you’ll be able to do a fencing job that’ll last and last, saving you money, time, and hassle. Just one more important thing – creosote can only be used by professionals. This timber is treated with 100% Coal Tar Creosote. 100% Coal Tar Creosote has been used for over 150 years to impart reliable service life to timber in many uses. Avoid contact with skin. Handle with gloves. Wear a dust mask and eye protection when sawing or machining. Dispose of off-cuts, sawdust etc safely. Waste wood may be disposed of by burning subject to any local rules on burning in the open or via your local waste disposal facility. Creosoted timber should not be used where there is risk of frequent (i.e., often-occurring, habitual or constant) skin contact nor where it may come into contact with or contaminate animal or human foodstuffs. It should not be used inside buildings, to make toys, in playgrounds, for garden furniture or picnic tables. This product is only available for purchase online with a minimum order quantity of 100 units. Smaller quantities are available for collection in branch. It is the user’s responsibility to comply with the restrictions on the use to which creosoted timber will be installed. More detail can be found at http://www.hse.gov.uk/biocides/copr/creosote.htm