cedar vs pressure treated fence

On The Fence: Western Red Cedar vs. Pressure Treated Pine

Therefore, the lifetime of your Pressure Treated Pine Fence will not be as long as your Western Red Cedar fence. If you are working with a tight budget, and pine is what you have decided on, maintenance techniques can extend the life of your pressure treated pine fence and are often simple to accomplish. 【Get Price】

Treated Wood vs. Cedar | HGTV

When it comes to comparing treated wood vs. cedar, pressure-treated wood is the sturdier and more weather-proof of the two. It’s highly resistant to insect attack and rot, and special versions rated for “ground contact” can be buried in soil and will continue to shrug off decay for decades. 【Get Price】

The Difference between Pressure Treated Pine Fences vs. Cedar ...

The Difference between Pressure Treated Pine Fences vs. Cedar Fences 10.09.2016 When choosing a wood fence most of us are faced with cedar and pressure treated pine. It’s easy to swing in favor of pressure treated pine because it’s cheaper and it’s more commonly available. 【Get Price】

Cedar Vs Pressure Treated Pine Fence - Expert Fence in ...

Cedar is a very stable wood. It does not warp, shrink, or check, (split), as pressure treated pine will likely do eventually. Pressure treated (PT) pine boards can warp and shrink as quickly as one month after installation. At 10 years, a fence using cedar boards will have a much nicer appearance, compared to a pressure treated pine board fence. 【Get Price】

Pressure Treated Pine Fences Vs. Cedar Wood Fences ...

In fence posts, cedar lasts several years without rotting; however, they are less durable against soil than pressure treated pine (in posts). For this reason, we recommend using pressure treated pine for the posts and cedar for the rest of the fence. 【Get Price】

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