lumber pressure treated dog ear fencing

Pressure Treated | Sadler Fence and Staining LLC

The main chemical process used to treat the pressure treated wood we use to build our fences is called ACQ (Alkaline Copper Quaternary). To save you most of the technical mumbo-jumbo, this process combines copper (a fungicide) with another chemical which acts as an insecticide.

Solid Dog Ear Wood Fence Panels - Straight Top - Cedar ...

The Cedar Solid Dog Ear style of wood fence can be constructed with no spaces between the pickets. Treated posts are recommended for installation. Advantages - Most economical of all our solid (no space between fence pickets) fences.

Dog Ear Wood Fence - phillipsfencing.com

Dog Ear Wood Fence 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.

Fencing Products - CM Tucker

C.M Tucker Lumber Companies, LLC offers a wide variety of pressure treated fencing products ranging from individual boards to 8’ fence panels.

Fence Products - Surplus Lumber

1"x6"x6' Rustic Cedar Dog Ear Fencing (0.625 in. x 5.5 in.) This rustic grade includes a combination of regular boards, pecky boards, and boards with some other characteristics that don't meet the premium grade.

Fence Boards - Berco Redwood - Lumber, Trex, Timbertech ...

Traditional Fence Pickets 1x6x6' and 1x4x6' Other sizes from 1x2 to 1x12 Other lengths to 20' Dog Ear or Flat Top Tri Stake Tongue and Groove Ship Lap Cedar Grape Stake Cedar Split Rail (2 or 3 rail) Of course we carry traditional fence boards, 1x4x6' or 1x6x6' in dog eared or flat top shapes.

Severe Weather (Actual: 6-ft x 8-ft) Pressure Treated Pine ...

Shop severe weather (actual: 6-ft x 8-ft) pressure treated pine dog ear fence panel in the fence panels section of Lowes.com

Tarheel Wood Treating Co. - Fencing Products

Treated Wood Fencing Tarheel Wood Treating offers the best selection of custom cut and standard size Fencing Products in the Triangle area. Prices can change weekly on lumber products, so call for current pricing.

Cedar Fences vs. Pressure Treated Pine Fences

Pressure treated pine will only last 7 to 15 years. The difference in the initial investments looks a lot smaller when you consider the fact that the cedar fence is likely to last nearly twice as long as the pressure treated pine fence. You’ll actually spend more money with pressure treated pine over the long term.

Builder's Discount Center | Treated Lumber

You can also purchase the individual 6″ x 6′ dog-ear fence pickets and build the panels yourself. For the true do-it yourselfer, you can stick build the entire fence. Treated Plywood: We have 4′ x 8′ sheets available in 1/2″, 5/8″, and 3/4″ thickness, ideal for exterior use.

Guide to Wood Fence - Best Wood for Fence - USFenceGuide.com

Pressure treated pine is the most popular wood used in residential fence. It is affordable but typically less durable than other woods so it needs to be maintained regularly. It consists of mostly southern yellow pine and is often considered the least expensive wood to use for a fence (usually half the price of most other woods).

1 in. x 5-1/2 in. x 6 ft. Pressure-Treated Pine Dog-Ear ...

1 in. x 5-1/2 in. x 6 ft. Pressure-Treated Pine Dog-Ear Fence Picket is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 431.

Fencing | Allweather Wood

Allweather Wood fencing is manufactured from Douglas-fir, Hem Fir, Ponderosa, and Lodgepole Pine, preservative pressure treated and graded for appearance. Available dimensions and sizes: Fence boards. Available in 1x6 dimension, 6 feet in length and a choice of flat top and dog ear styles. Fence posts.

Dog Ear Wood Fence - phillipsfencing.com

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).