Wood fencing is designed for our clients that are looking for a traditional look for their outdoor space. Wood fencing is both customizable and durable and has given clients long-lasting results for many years. Wood fencing, due to its makeup, requires more attention to its exterior to avoid rotting, molding, and deterioration, but can provide a lasting and beautiful fence if cared for properly over time.
The quality of your wooden fence is only as good as the materials it is made from and the contractors who have helped to install it. We prioritize quality when installing our wooden fences as we understand the delicate manner in which the wood should be handled, shaped, and finished. Wooden fencing structures are an art in themselves and require specialized techniques to ensure that they are created and installed with the greatest of care for maximum use and appearance.
With wood fencing, you will likely want to customize your fencing with a particular color that matches that exterior of your home. We’re able to offer our wood staining, painting, and sealing services that are designed to give you just that – variety! Wood staining is done through mixing a solution that’s added to the surface of the wood to enrich its color to your desired preference. We’re able to darken and lighten your new wooden fencing or alter the color of existing wood panels. Whichever you choose, we’re here to help make your fence even more beautiful.
Choosing a Wood
Unsure of which wood to choose for your fencing project? We’ve worked with several wood types over the years to help us narrow down the best ones for such projects. We’ve found that using wood from Redwood, Douglas Fir, and Southern Yellow Pine trees works best given their colors, textures, and building properties and their regional availability. The type of wood you choose also helps determine the level of maintenance you’ll likely have when trying to keep up with your new fence. Stronger, sturdier, and more expensive wood, like the Redwood, will take up more of your budget but last you longer over the years. The other popular wood types, however, can and will still help you create a lasting wooden fence that’ll give you years of functional use.
Choosing a Style
Wood fences have a variety of styles to choose from, whether you are looking at the tradition picket fencing or would like some panel-to-post creations. While we often recommend certain styles for property lining and security, other forms of wooden fencing are usually more suitable for gardening, patio, and deck purposes. Such patterns can include lattice panels, which allow for minimal visual exposure between the fence’s panels but prohibits for sunlight and plant-growing potential. Other wood fence types include simplified and spaced panel-to-post, which allow for more exposure but still creates a sturdy barrier. Posts and panels can be carved into pointed or squared tips and aligned together to create a unified, stunning structure.