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Do cedar fences need to be stained or treated?

Always
33%
In most cases
25%
In some cases
36%
Never
5%
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Question: Do cedar fences need to be stained or treated?
Top Answer (36% of 36 votes): In some cases.

Answer: Always
Explanation: Stain or water proofing agent should be applied
Glatfelter Property Services
Answer: Always
Explanation: Treated with stain
Pixley's Painting Pressurewashing Plus
Answer: Always
Explanation: All wood needs to be properly maintained with a stain or primer and paint to extend the life of the wood.
Henson Coatings and Construction
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Answer: Always
Explanation: Can't use just any material on cedar. It requires a certain spec.
S. Williams Painting
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Depends on owner
Anthony Shelton Painting
Answer: Always
Explanation: Every type of wood needs to be protected from the elements.
Al & Brian's Painting
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Answer: Never
Explanation: The paint and stain keeps the cedar from breathing, shorting the health and beauty of the wood.
Finer Finish
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Yes
Myrtle Beach Fence
Answer: In some cases
Explanation: Many like the way is greys out.
ArtsWorks
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