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Old 05-15-2017, 10:16 PM   #9
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Yep white oak is a great choice too

It matters if direct contact for rotting reasons, if it were to be on soil or sod then teak, cedar would be a better choice.

What matters now since it is going on pavers is the finish you use on whatever wood species you choose. There are some really good finishes for exterior clear coats, a 2 part finish is better that a marine varnish brushed on. I would avoid polyurethane even if it says it is exterior
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