cedar decking vs pressure treated: which is right for me?
oct 2, 2015 cedar decking vs pressure treated: pros & cons is no contest here–you should use kiln-dried cedar lumber instead of pressure treated pine. takes a little tlc to keep cedar decks and fences well-stained or sealed.
what type of wood is best for my outdoor fence? out back
so, you love the look of a wooden fence in your backyard. cedar has a maroon grain fill coupled with a reddish-brown appearance. the wood falls under the “pressure-treated” category, which means it has been treated with synthetic
the wood doctor offers his prognosis for outdoor projects using cedar and treated pine. i did put in a cedar fence, however, with treated pine posts. unfortunately, though it was said pressure treated pine would last decades, that is not
2019 wood fence costs cost to install privacy fence per foot
wood fence replacement cost estimator; wood fence costs vs. always buy pressure-treated wood if it's in your budget—it can help the fence last up to 20 years, thanks long 8 foot wooden cedar fence with 2 foot lattice at the top
wood vs. vinyl fences: which makes more sense for your yard
wood vs. vinyl fence. learn all about two popular materials—each with various for example, pressure treated wood, which undergoes a preservative among the most popular wood choices for fencing, cedar has a rich reddish color, tight
a wood fence can be a great way to give a home a definitive border. those going up around newly constructed homes, are made of cedar or redwood. in buying wood for fences, people should get pressure-treated wood for posts, says