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28 apr 2014 should my privacy fence be pressure treated wood or cedar? spring is on the horizon, and with the new season comes an influx of new trends in fencing (see more here!) wood fences are beautiful, no doubt, and (pvc) vinyl fences even come with simulated options making cedar does not warp or shrink and is a naturally stable material perfect for picket fence, ornamental fence, and private fence. cedar wood fences stand the test of time, and look great decades 【Get Price】

western red cedar fencing phillips fencing

this species of lumber is best for any type of board or picket fence. as long as the bottom of the fence is not continually touching the ground, cedar is a very stable wood. it does not warp, shrink, or check (as pressure treated pine most likely will do eventually). pressure treated (pt) pine boards can warp and shrink as quickly as one month after installation. a fence using cedar boards will have a much nicer appearance after 10 years compared to a pressure treated pine board fence.【Get Price】

why is my wood fence warping, twisting, moving, shrinking and

30 apr 2016 find out more about wood privacy fences and wood pickets fences warping, twisting, moving and cracking by the fence nashville experts at k & c fence company and learn why this happens. a lot of the warping, twisting, moving, shrinking and cracking will happen quickly after install, as your fence is drying out even before you should be staining and sealing you new wood fence. and don't forget that staining your fence to quickly locking in moisture can cause 【Get Price】

cedar fences.. ace fence

appearance: cedar is a great choice for pickets. its light brown tone gives it warmth and variety in color. it is a stable wood that has little tendency to warp. cedar weathers well and has a natural resistance to rot and insects. like most woods, if left unprotected in the outdoors, it will eventually turn grey over time. #1 pickets will have tight knots, but should lack knot holes. cedar pickets will shrink as they dry out. a standard amount of shrinking of 1/4” should be expected. upgrading 【Get Price】