If you want a durable wood for your deck, railing or fencing, look no further than Port Orford Cedar. Known for its natural durability, Port Orford Cedar is 40% stronger than other commonly used cedar options. But that doesn’t mean you can overlook standard maintenance.
We want your outdoor cedar applications to last a long time, so here’s our guide to protecting your investment:
Need more tips on caring for your patios, fences, walkways and railings? A Rick’s Fencing team member would be happy to share their professional advice. Call now!Tags:Backyard | Cedar Care | Cedar Decking | Cedar Fencing | Exterior Design | Hardwood Deck | Port Orford | Port Orford Cedar Decking