Timber that is used to make memorial benches for gardens can be treated to increase its durability. This treatment helps protect the timber from harsh weather, moulds and termite infestation. It is important to note that most memorial benches are used outdoors, which subjects them to potential harmful elements.

The first and most basic step in extending the life span of a timber memorial bench is to ensure it is thoroughly dry before the constructions even begin. Using timber that contains moisture leads to warping when it eventually dries, and what’s left is a misshapen bench that is nowhere near the original design.

Timber can be preserved by use of Tanilkith E preservatives. The active ingredients in these preservatives are copper…

Source by Carolyn Clayton