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What happens to a wooden fence if it is not stained or painted?


The natural oils in the wood start to leak out due to sunlight exposure, naturally changing the color of the wood to a silver/grayish color.
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Answer: cracks
1800propainter
Answer: It will start to crack and rot due to water and weather damage.
SparKlean
Answer: The wood warps, loses Colorado and begins to deteriorate
Grand View Painting
ProMatcher
Answer: It can get weather like swell or rotten
Slater home improvement
Answer: It will weather and turn gray
Galie Fence Co.
Answer: it will just weather to a gray color and not last as long but there is nothing wrong with not staining it unless you want to try and keep the natural color of the wood
T&M Home Services
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Answer: The fence will eventually rot from the out side elements.
McWhorter Painting Contractors
Answer: It will take on a gray weathered look. I do recommend at least sealing it from rain. Failure to do so can cause premature failure of the fence.
RL Residential Services
Answer: possible paint will not last log time on it.
Avanti Painting Inc.
ProMatcher
Answer: If it isn't pressure treated wood can begin rotting in as little as 6 months. It is always best to purchase pressure treated wood then wait for 3-6 months to dry out then apply stain or primer and paint.
Henson Coatings and Construction
Answer: lifespan is shorter and will rot sooner than later
AHS Pro Landscape
Answer: The fence will deteriorate in a couple years and be useless
Dee Cee's exterior cleaning
ProMatcher
Answer: it will become moist
New Era General Construction
Answer: The wood as a result of being open to conditions will deteriorate a lot faster and fade.
S. Williams Painting
Answer: it won't last long
M&J Painting and Renovation Inc.
ProMatcher
Answer: Depending on Climate, they get weathered faster.
Phoenix Roofing & Construction Inc.
Answer: It can weather quickly turning the fence an undesirable grey. It also allows the elements, mold and algae to rot the fence prematurely.
Backyard Boys Enterprise, LLC
Answer: It will turn a gray color and eventually rot.
Al & Brian's Painting
ProMatcher
Answer: dependes on the wood used
all-phaze handyman & TV install
Answer: Eventually, an untreated wooden fence will warp and twist. This allows pickets and support beams to work themselves free of the fence.
Mountain Men Fencing
Answer: Water will eventually penetrate the wood, along with dirt, grime, mold, and algae, and cause the fence to discolor and rot.
Applied Coatings Solutions, LLC
ProMatcher
Answer: It will turn grey and it could rot, crack and dry out
Pro Brush Painting
Answer: It may not last as long as a stained or painted fence.
CMS TREE SERVICES
Answer: It will simply deteriorate much faster than without paint or stain. Further, it's best to stain a wooden fence than to paint one.
Finer Finish
ProMatcher
Answer: Rot
Saul Reyes Contracting.
Answer: Warping, cracking, grating, splitting
Myrtle Beach Fence
Answer: It turns grey and starts to desinagrate
Production Paint Service
ProMatcher
Answer: It can warp and expand.
Advanced Fence Construction, LLC
Answer: GETS ROTTEN!
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