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Wooden Privacy Fence

Installing a privacy fence is a great solution if you are looking to protect your privacy and keep outsiders from looking onto your property. These fences are commonly used on the borders between properties that back onto each other. Budget or economy privacy fencing is often made of white woods such as pine, spruce, or fir. Premium privacy fencing is made with rot-resistant wood, usually cedar, and is generally limited to six or eight feet in height. Most home owners have either pets and/or children they need privacy fencing to secure pets and allow children to play safely. A well built, attractive privacy fence commonly adds value to a home and property.

There are many styles of privacy fences available and you can see a graphic sample by clicking here. WOODEN FENCE STYLES.

Picket Fence

A picket fence, ideally white, is seen by some as a symbol of the ideal middle-class suburban life, with a family, children, large house and peaceful living. This fence is traditionally made of wood, although modern versions may use plastic that resembles wood. The style is characterized as short with a tapered or pointed top on evenly spaced vertical boards, called pickets. In the most common construction, the pickets are mounted vertically on a pair of horizontal strips, one near the bottom and one near the top. These strips are attached to posts (upright sturdy poles made of timber or possibly metal) that are driven into the ground. The fence can be assembled from prefabricated sections, where the posts of each section are posted into the ground but the pickets or boards that make up the fence wall are not inserted into the ground.

Chain Link

A chain-link fence (also referred to as wire netting, chain-wire fence, cyclone fence or hurricane fence) is a type of woven fence usually made from galvanized or plasitc-coated steel wire. The wires run vertically and are bent into a zig-zag pattern so that each "zig" hooks with the wire immediately on one side and each "zag" with the wire immediately on the other. This forms the characteristic diamond pattern seen in this type of fence. The popularity of chain-link fence is due to its relatively low cost and ease of installation. A further advantage is that due to the open weave, chain-link fences are transparent, and do not obscure sunlight from either side of the fence. If a semi-opaque fence is desired, this can be achieved by the insertion of slats into the mesh. Windscreens can also be installed to this type of fence when surrounding tennis courts or other outdoor play areas.

Rail Fence

The post-and-rail is also known as a ranch-style fence. You see them around corrals or running along long driveways. They offer no privacy and will not keep dogs or kids from passing through, but they do provide visual structure that can be quite attractive. This type of fence is used to clearly define the boundary between property lines.


Aluminum and Steel Ornamental

Aluminum and steel fencing offers the beauty and protection of traditional wrought iron fencing without the maintenance. They are available in a wide variety of styles, colors and heights that add prestige and value to any property. No other fence will do so much to enhance the look and value of your home, pool or commercial property. Aluminum and steel fence gives you a great look and the ultimate combination of strength, beauty, and durability.



Vinyl Fence

Vinyl fence is a fence made using vinyl or related materials. Vinyl fence is generally available preformed, in a wide variety of styles. It tends to be easy to clean, resists weathering and has low maintenance requirements. Unlike wood and chain link, vinyl profiles are made in a wide range of sizes and shapes. Vinyl fences come in many different colors which are integrated during the extrusion process, which means they will not have to be painted every few years. This type of fence is quickly becoming a popular choice for many of our customers.