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by Casian | 29-09-2021

A pressure-treated fence is a popular choice for outdoor fencing due to its durability, resistance to rot, insects, and moisture. This type of wood fence is treated with chemicals that make it resistant to weather and decay, making it last longer than untreated wood. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of a pressure-treated fence, how to install and maintain it, and some safety precautions when using pressure-treated wood.

When it comes to outdoor fencing, pressure-treated wood fence is a popular choice for homeowners.

Make sure to call and get your locates done to make sure there is no gas, electrical or anything else under ground in the area you are planning to install the fence.

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In this article, we will discuss the benefits of pressure-treated fence, how to install and maintain it, and best way to get measure.

Benefits of Pressure Treated Fence:

  • Durability:

Resistant to rot, insects, and moisture, making it durable and long-lasting.

  • Low Maintenance:

Requires minimal maintenance and can last up to 20 years.

  • Cost-effective:

An affordable option compared to other types of fencing.

  • Versatility:

Can be painted or stained to match the aesthetic of your home after one session is best practice.

How to Install a Pressure Treated Fence:

  1. Plan your fence: Determine the fence line, mark the post locations, and calculate the number of posts and panels you need.
  2. Purchase materials: Purchase pressure-treated fence posts, panels, screws, and other necessary materials.
  3. Install posts: Dig the post holes and set the posts using concrete.
  4. Install panels: Attach the fence panels to the posts using screws.
  5. Finish the fence: Paint or stain the fence panels to match your home's aesthetic.

How to Maintain a Pressure Treated Fence:

  1. Clean your fence: Regularly clean your fence with a power washer or a solution of soap and water.
  2. Inspect your fence: Inspect your fence for any signs of damage or wear and tear.
  3. Repair any damage: Repair any damage to your fence, such as broken or loose boards.
  4. Seal your fence: Applying a sealant to protect the wood should normally be done 12 months after installation to let the lumber dry out.

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