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Comments about Jefferson Cedar Garden Step Bridge:
We are very happy with the look of the bridge - we have a new waterfall in our English Garden backyard, and the bridge looks beautiful across it. However, the bridge feels unstable and so far every person who has walked across it comments that they feel unstable. It would help if the side railings came up to waste height. As they are now, the railings are too low to hold - only decorative. It is not a bridge for high traffic.
Q1: What is the bridge made of?
A: Mostly Cedar. Yellow pine is used for support and Birch is used for small accents.
Q2: Is pine or cedar a better wood for a bridge over a pond?
A: I would recommend cedar as it is less likely to warp and is effective as a bug repellent.
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