Product Feature: TWP

Missouri-Made Product for your Spring Project

By: Tai Thrasher

TWP.logo_.small_As warm weather makes its way to the Midwest, the weekend outdoor projects won’t be far behind. TWP products offer a reason for homeowners to give their wood deck or fence some attention after the long winter months.

Manufactured in Pacific, Missouri, Total Wood Preservative (TWP) products can be found in all 34 Meek’s yards in the Midwest Region. Amteco, the company that produces TWP products, has been around since 1980. Since this time, they have been working to create products that meet customer needs, follow government regulations, and evolve with changing technologies.


TWP is a comprehensive line of EPA registered wood preservatives and wood protectants. The products are designed to prevent structural damage and wood decay on exterior above ground wood surfaces such as untreated or previously treated fencing, decking, wood siding, log homes, and roofing. TWP also resists water absorption and prevents freeze damage in colder climates.

slide-photostack1All eight colors of the TWP 100 Series are available at Meek’s yards. Customers have the option of purchasing a one gallon or five gallon container. More information on TWP products can be found online at

Designed for use on:

  • Exterior new and old wood
  • Decking & fencing
  • Siding, log homes, & more

Benefits of using TWP 100 Series:

  • EPA registered wood preservative
  • Repels water longer
  • Easy to apply and maintain
  • Prevents wood rot
  • Superior color retention

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