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Wood Types

Pine - $

Most pine you get at the big box stores is considered white pine, common pine or SPF (Spruce, White Pine or Fur) that is considered a soft wood and be covered or brought inside in winter.  This wood could have knots and other blemishes that adds to the rustic nuisance of these chairs.

Cedar - $$

Western Red Cedar is known for its ability to resist rot and decay and since it absorbs and releases moisture very easily it has an added benefit of resisting splitting, cracking and warping like other woods.  It does require more maintenance to keep its natural appearance but does tend to turn silver/grey after time.

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