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cedar vs. pressure-treated fence posts. for fence posts, pressure-treated wood usually holds up better than cedar. you can place this product into concrete for greater durability. homeowners who want an attractive, long-lasting structure often choose cedar boards with pt posts for this project. compare costs of wood for fences compare estimates
the 100 s01e02: "earth skills". the first rule of post-apocalyptic teen sci-fi is to not openly disobey the angry douche bag who thinks he holds all the cards. the second rule of post-apocalyptic
pressure treated (pt) lumber takes months to shrink and re-contract on and off so the paint will crack and not adhere correctly. painting pressure-treated wood comes with complications caused by the very same treatment that allows the material to last outdoors. to produce pressure-treated wood, the milled lumber (typically pine or cedar) is
whether you're building a pergola or a gazebo, this pressure-treated wood post is made to last. this high grade post has ground contact protection against rot, fungal decay and termite attacks. it also has a grade 1 rating, so it's stronger and has fewer knots than a grade 2 post.
when building an outdoor structure, should i use pressure-treated lumber or something like cedar? ask question i'm not near an expert, but i just want to mention that there are many "retention levels" of pressure treated lumber. for a post partially buried in the ground,