Cedar Wood Fence Contractor in Salem, OR
The cost of a Western Red Cedar fence is much more affordable than replacing spruce and pine wood fences. If you want the best for less money, this may be an option worth considering. The durability of a spruce fence is typically limited to 8-10 years while that of Western red cedar can last up 20 -25. You will have an overall better looking back yard with this type as well since they don’t need as much maintenance done which means you’ll save money in the long run!
Western Red Cedar is a great choice for fencing because of its high-level tannin. Its high amount of tannins protects it from parasites and insects also. Tannins are natural antioxidants that protect the wood from damage and make it last longer than other types, like Spruce or Pine which have less pigment in them so they don’t last as long.
Western Red Cedar wood fences are a great investment for any property because they offer many benefits that make them stand out from other types of fencing. Western red cedar has been shown to last longer than most competitors, making it a top choice if you’re looking at long-term value with your purchase.
Western Red Cedar is a great way to complement your yard because it has an earthy red tone and smells amazing. The smell of freshly cut grass mixed with the scent from this fence creates one beautiful spring or summer day! So contact OnPoint Fencing and Decking today to get started on your free consultation.
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Is Red Cedar better than cedar?
Western red cedar has a bit more strength than white cedar and is less likely to knot. However, eastern white cedar is still strong enough to meet the needs of most construction projects.
Is Western red cedar good for fencing?
Western Red Cedar is strong and durable. It’s very stable and isn’t likely to shrink or warp after installation. It contains oils that make it naturally resistant to insects and rot for a long-lasting fence.