Pressure Treated Brown Wood
Pressure-treated wood has been around for nearly 70 years, yet most of us still know very little about this popular outdoor building material. To start, pressure-treated wood is softwood lumber, typically southern yellow pine, that’s been chemically treated to resist rot, decay and termites. The boards are rolled into giant pressurized tanks where chemical preservatives are forced deep into the wood’s fibers. The result is an exterior-grade wood that’s ideal for building decks, fences, sheds, picnic tables, swing sets, and other outdoor projects.
The wood of Cedar is soft, moderately decay-resistant, and with a strong spicy-resinous fragrance. This type of wood fence offers an attractive, natural-looking, and effective barrier that should protect your home from trespassers and unfriendly eyes. Despite the general vote of confidence, however, cedar also has a few downsides. With that said, it’s pretty clear why you need to study the pros and cons of cedar fencing before you start building.
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