There is one thing that North America is famous for. Against the grain of global warming and climate change, rural North Americans, in particular, continue to make good use of treated wood poles. This is part of a longstanding hereditary and traditional practice of always building with wood. Outsiders observing this years-long practice are forgiven for being curious about this. For one thing, parts of America have always borne the brunt of hurricanes (or tornados).
In light of this natural phenomenon, the curious question has been asked; would it not be better to build houses and factories with more weather-resistant materials such as steel and brick. This is something that no outsider will really understand, but they can surely appreciate all of this. Americans in general are world-renowned for being hardy. Nothing, no disaster, will prevent them from starting all over again.
If they choose to re-build their picturesque rural homes with wood then so be it. They always will. Nevertheless, the practice of utilizing treated wood poles is sustainable and environmentally-friendly. It is a well-managed process which ensures that natural forests continue to thrive. Also, the treated wood is designed to last a lot longer, protected from all forms of natural intrusions such as bacteria and wood termites. Pressure treated wood will always be a necessary implement for the many American farmers who need to secure their boundaries.
But it is not only farmers that are the beneficiaries of this resourceful supply of wood. Most industrial markets utilize treated wood, and it should go without saying that the telecommunications industry is one of the wood suppliers’ biggest clients. Rural or urban, wood supply remains accessible to all commercial and domestic markets who need or love their wood.