Never mind that it is mostly treated these days, wood remains ideal as a utilitarian device for industries across the board. Amazingly, it is a natural resource and is nowhere close to being mechanized or used as a material for mechanized processes and development. The use of treated wood poles still achieve positive benefits without having to be put to the sword through industrious processes that need to be reliant on non-renewable sources of energy or power.
But what are the real benefits of using treated wood? What are these benefits for the consumer, both domestically and commercially? Across North America, the domestic use of wood is something of a heritage. In spite of natural calamities, wood will continue to be utilized in the building of homes and furniture. Wood that is treated is no longer confined to the industrial manufacture of perimeter fencing, with the agricultural sector being a prime example of this.
It can and is being used domestically. No matter where it is sourced from and no matter how it is prepared naturally, wood remains prone to the pestilential problems presented by termites. This pestilence has been known to enter the home as well. But now that wood has been treated, termites are no longer an issue. The treatment manufactured results in a natural and sustainable resin that prevents termites and other natural invasions from entering the home so to speak.
Thus said, treated wood is promoting a clean environment. Wood treatment is preservatively measured and poses no encumbrances on the natural environment. Apart from curbing the arrival of termites and corrosive activities resulting from wood used externally (out of doors) no manner of fungi and other insects can invade the living space. The environment is no longer harmed, and so too, commercial entities are spared.