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null 1 in. x 6 in. x 6 ft. Pressure-Treated Pine Dog-Ear Fence Picket
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1 in. x 6 in. x 6 ft. Pressure-Treated Pine Dog-Ear Fence Picket

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This picket is suitable for board-on-board, stockade or shadowbox styled fencing products. It is resistant to insect damage, rot and decay because it's been pressure treated. It can be painted or stained.

  • Made of premium grade, surfaced southern pine
  • Can be stained or painted to match outdoor décor
  • Used for building shadowbox style, board-on-board, privacy or stockade fences
  • Pressure treated to protect against termites, rot and fungal decay
  • Surfaced on four sides for smooth appearance
  • 72 in. L x 5-1/2 in. W x 3/4 in. D
  • Note: product may vary by store

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are these up to par with cedar boards?

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How are they treated?
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They look nicer. Maybe for a fence over a concreted area assuming you will be frequently re-treating it.
For longivity? No.
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Pressure treated Pine sold to be used in The Carolinas is far superior in longivity to Cedar fence posts.
It is pressure treated. Cedar is not. Cedar is naturally resistant to bugs but not so much to decay from moisture 100 times a year.
Your life expectancy of cedar is 5-10 years, while properly cared for Pressure treated pin will last upwards from 50-100 years when and if retreating it every 3-4
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Pressure treated Pine sold to be used in The Carolinas is far superior in longivity to Cedar fence posts.
It is pressure treated. Cedar is not. Cedar is naturally resistant to bugs but not so much to decay from moisture 100 times a year.
Your life expectancy of cedar is 5-10 years, while properly cared for Pressure treated pin will last upwards from 50-100 years when and if retreating it every 3-4 years and keeping it away from dirt. Cedar rots quickly with dirt contact, but both should be kept from dirt contact.
Always mound cement above ground level, and regularly remove dirt at picket bases for longivity.
My neighbor and I put up fences the same year. Mine is Presure treated and 34 years old while he had replaced his cedar fence at 14 years.
I just use Thompsons water seal every 3 years or so on both sides of my fences.
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Is this 3/4 thick or an inch? Says it is an inch in heading yet 3/4 in description. You loose a quarter inch in prep or is description wrong?

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Standard specified measurements of 1 inch are "always" 3/4" actual.
Just like all other measurements above 1 inch are always 1/2 inch less. As in 2x4, 2x6, etc, etc...
You can have a sawmill special order your exact measurements at about double the cost if you like. You pick.
Standard measure, or special order from manufacturer or "speciality" company.
Been like this for over 66 years that I know of.
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Standard specified measurements of 1 inch are "always" 3/4" actual.
Just like all other measurements above 1 inch are always 1/2 inch less. As in 2x4, 2x6, etc, etc...
You can have a sawmill special order your exact measurements at about double the cost if you like. You pick.
Standard measure, or special order from manufacturer or "speciality" company.
Been like this for over 66 years that I know of. (I have worked on some 100 plus year old homes that had some wood at 1 inch equals 1 inch, and 2x4s were actually 2 inches by 4 inches.)
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The picket is 3/4 inch.
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Is your 1" x 6" x 6' Pressure Treated Pine air or kiln dried?

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Also the lesser priced pressure treated white pine 5/8" x 5.1.2" x 6' is that air dried or kiln driedx
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I don't know of any lumber mills in the past 25 years that air dry their lumber.
Some however seem to never dry their lumber at all.
I've even been squirted in the eye with water when pounding a nail in some lumber!
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