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Is anyone familar with CedarTone decking?


I am going to replace deck planking on a balcony soon. The existing is pressure treated 5/4x6. While shopping for prices I ran across CedarTone decking. It's priced about half way between cedar and PT.

I'm going to take a look at it today but I was wondering if anyone has installed it and how has it performed since then?

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I wonder if it is similar to a product we used to get in manitoba. It is a pressure treated but cedar tone instead of green.
It is outdoor wood grade not PWF grade.
Used that all the time for less expensive decks.
It was same price as outdoor wood green stain.

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I wonder if it is similar to a product we used to get in manitoba. It is a pressure treated but cedar tone instead of green.
It is outdoor wood grade not PWF grade.
Used that all the time for less expensive decks.
It was same price as outdoor wood green stain.
This is the product Menards is selling - MicroShades Cedar.
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