read the cookbook question - paper or kindle/ibook discussion from the chowhound home cooking, cookbooks food community. join the discussion today. pros and cons? i'm leaning, instinctively, to electronic version, but i've never bought an e-cookbook before. or specifically, thinking of the lorna sass vegetarian under pressure one, but any
cedar can be a great choice for your next decking project, but whether you choose cedar vs. pressure-treated lumber, or even composite decking, really depends on your goals and priorities. pros of cedar durable. cedar has a long history of use in decking and housing.
cons. as is the case with other types of wood siding, cedar is flammable unless specially treated. it requires regular maintenance in the form of repainting or re-staining every three to five years. despite a higher resistance, cedar is still more prone to rot, woodpeckers, and insect damage than artificial alternatives.
cedar wood deck pros and cons. if the natural look of wood is tops on your list, use cedar for wood decking. the heartwood of the tree (the deeper colored red part, not the white sap part) is rot resistant. cedar doesn’t readily absorb moisture— and, since moisture is what creates twisting and splitting, cedar wood decking tends to lie flat
the pros and cons of cedar decking. note: if you’re from colorado then there is no contest here you should use kiln-dried cedar lumber instead of pressure treated pine. our dry climate will suck the moisture out of pressure treated lumber and warp it like crazy. that’s why we kiln-dry all of our cedar.
cedar deck pros . look - cedar has rich color and a beautiful grain pattern that is unmatched by pressure-treated woods. if you prefer the look of natural wood, cedar is the better choice. durability - cedar doesn’t absorb moisture, which leads to shrinking and twisting. the boards tend to stay flat and strht.
meanwhile, we had to tone down the visual settings to "medium" to get the game to run smoothly on the older system, and the game lost some of its atmospheric creepiness due to the reduced lighting