Cedarwood

Cedar vs Pressure-treated deck

Cedar and pressure-treated wood are both popular options for deck building, but they have some notable differences. If you want to build any wood item, look at its durability, cost, size, texture, resistance to insects, and weather conditions. As you look at these features, match them with your needs. This article will explain their unique…

How to Protect Cedarwood | The Simple, Effective Ways

Last updated on October 13th, 2022 at 08:21 pmIt’s no secret that cedarwood is a durable and beautiful material. Whether you’re using it to build a fence or furniture, it’s important to take the necessary steps to protect your investment. This post will give you some simple, effective ways to protect cedarwood. Apply a coat…

Redwood vs Cedar | The Key Similarities and Differences

Last updated on October 12th, 2022 at 09:01 amAre you trying to decide between redwood vs cedar? We are often asked which wood we choose for our woodworking projects. For this project, we did not choose a favorite. Both cedar and redwood are commonly used for woodworking, and both are referred to as “cedar” in…

Best Stain for Cedarwood | How To Make it PoP

Last updated on October 6th, 2022 at 08:59 pmThe best stain for cedarwood depends on what you’re looking for. Cedarwood is a popular choice for many looking to add a natural, rustic feel to their home. Cedarwood can be stained or left untreated, but it needs some sealant to protect the surface from weather damage…

Best Wood for Outdoor Furniture | 5 Options and a Guide

Last updated on October 8th, 2022 at 08:04 pmWhat is best wood for outdoor furniture? So, what is the best wood for outdoor furniture? I cannot tell you how often I have answered that question. If you are considering making or purchasing a new table or chair, you will probably be looking to protect it…

Carving Cedar | The Authoritative Guide with Videos

Last updated on September 28th, 2022 at 02:04 pmCarving cedar does not have to be complicated. Cedar is a type of wood found in various areas such as Cyprus and Morocco. It is also known in the upper regions of the western Himalayas. This wood is coniferous by nature which means that experts define it…