Treated Pine for Fencing in Georgia

Wood fences are the first line of defense for your property, whether it’s a business, home, or other installation. They’re cheaper to install than metal and vinyl fences, come with more customization options, and look fantastic.

Yet, wooden fences come with challenges as well. Wood fences are more susceptible to warp, rot, and insect damage, which is why choosing the right wood for the job is key to having a fence that will last.

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Benefits of Pressure-Treated Pine Fencing

A key benefit of a treated pine wood fence is its strength and durability. Many other types of wood require more maintenance, eventually weather, and are more susceptible to rot. Properly maintained Pine wood fences which have been treated are strong enough to last for as many as 15-20 years. Yes, Georgia homeowners can enjoy the beauty of a Pine wood fence without having to worry about frequent repairs or having to replace it in a few years.

The process of pressure-treating the pine makes it even more resilient and allows for longer lasting fences. It’s done by forcing preservatives deep into the wood so that the threat of moisture, termites, and fungal decay is minimized. Pressure-treated pine wood has been shown to last significantly longer than an untreated wooden fence.

Beauty, strength, and durability are terms you hear often with pressure-treated pine wood. That’s why it remains a top choice for Georgia homeowners looking to install a fence. Pine is attractive and eco-friendly, offering plenty of advantages and few concerns.

Maintenance Tips for Treated Pine Wood Fences

Painting and/or staining your is a highly recommended way to increase the lifespan of your fence. It will help defend against moisture, insects, and UV rays significantly. You’ll want to re-apply the stain or paint every few years.

Some of the basic maintenance requirements for treated pine wood fences include cleaning your fence every year or so. Use a hose or pressure washer to remove dirt, moss, mildew, and graying. When the fence is dry, recoat with a UV inhibiting, water-repellent coating.

If you have mold on the fence, mix a solution of 20% bleach to 80% mild detergent and spray it on the fence an hour before washing it. This will help kill any mold spores and help prevent them from growing back.

Reseal or Paint Again After Cleaning

Paint or stain should be reapplied every 3-5 years at a minimum. Use exterior oil-based stain or latex paint, which will seal out moisture, prevent wood rot, limit the amount of weathering, and extend the life of the pine. Choose a stain or sealant with UV protection to help keep the wood from turning gray. Let the wood dry for about a week before applying a stain or sealant. You can use a brush or sprayer with a tip that’s main for stain, which is thinner than paint. Or you can have the experts at EGF stain it for you.

Trimming branches that overhang the fence at least twice a year to prevent them from causing damage on windy days or from weight. Inspect your pine wood fence on a regular basis to check for structural damage, such as broken slats or posts, signs of termites, loose screws, and repair these issues asap. By following these simple maintenance steps, homeowners can ensure that their treated pine wood fencing remains attractive, safe, and secure for many years to come.

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