Fencing: A Guide
to the Options

When shopping for a fence, you need to consider:
everything from style to function to how much maintenance it'll require.

Wood Privacy Fencing

Wood fencing seems to be the most common of fences. It offers privacy while giving your yard an oasis feel. Whether you live in a subdivision or in a rural area, wood privacy provides protection for your children or pets. We specialize in installing wood fences that will dramatically increase the aesthetics of your home and property.

Our wood fences come in a variety of designs to suit your needs and style such as height, arch tops, inverted arch top,  and decorative posts just to name a few. All posts are set in concrete.

Maintenance: It is recommended that you stain and or seal your fence within a couple of months after installation to protect its beauty.

Chain Link Fencing

Chain link fencing offers a secure and safe form of fencing to protect your children and pets. This type of fencing works well around your business as well, and comes in multiple heights to accommodate your needs. It is available in black, green, brown or traditional galvanized. There are also many gate options available as well as slats that can be added to your chain link to create privacy.

Chain link fences are among the most popular because of durability and cost-effectiveness. These fences remain virtually maintenance free.

Aluminum Fencing

Aluminum fencing increases the beauty of your property and has many options in style, height, and gate options. It works well around swimming pools and this type of fencing is sometimes required in subdivisions. We recommend checking the restrictions in your subdivision prior to installation.

The elegance of aluminum fencing allows for a maintenance free fence for years to come.

Click here to see the different styles available.
 

3 or 4 Rail Wood, Picket or Crossbuck

This type of fencing can make your home stand out above the rest. It is a great option when you have large animals such as cattle, horses, or buffalo. This type of fencing can be made "hot" if needed.

There are many options available such as placing woven wire behind these types of fences when you want the wood look but also protection for children and pets.

Maintenance: It is recommended to stain and or seal your wood fence within a couple of months after installation to protect its beauty. All posts are set in concrete.

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