Pine (or pressure-treated pine) is made from pine trees for a durable, long-lasting performance. This material offers many different height and style options, including the classic dog-ear pattern. By nature, treated pine fencing will have splits and cracks in it. Treated pine does not have loose knots or knot holes. However, treated pine is more prone to shrinkage and warpage compared to cedar.
Pine fencing can be painted or stained to match your exterior decor and extend the fence life. The pine pickets are pressure-treated to protect against rot and decay using MCA (Micronized Copper Azole) which is EPA-approved, safe for environment, and pets. Pine typically costs less than other fence building materials and is a popular choice for it’s affordability.
The cost of a pine fence will be based on several factors that include:
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