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January 26, 2011


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The global warming and deforestation is growing alarmingly, It is our bonded duty to find some substitutes, so that the generations to come will live happily. In this juncture this Composite Lumber is one of good substitute for conventional wood I think.


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Yep, composite lumber should be the way to go here and you are correct regarding its longevity

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