Fence. Thursday , July 05th , 2018 - 13:12:38 PM
You get to go out there and build your vision
very time you look at that fence, you can be proud (if it makes it past the wind)
Two of the most popular woods used in residential fencing are pine and cedar. You'll hear the expression 'pressure treated pine' used often, but realize that process does not exempt the wood from potential damage from insects or weather. Pressure treating will help limit the breakdown of the wood, but additional sealers and periodic painting or staining are needed to extend the fence's lifespan and keep it's appearance from deteriorating. In almost any neighborhood, you can see fencing that has a driftwood gray hue. That's pressure treated pine that wasn't sealed and painter (or stained) after installation. Ideally, you'll seal your pine fencing and then paint or stain it every two years or as needed.
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