Gallery of Fences Below
but first an explanation of different types of fences!
Pressure treated pine is the most popular wood used in residential fence. It is affordable but typically less durable than other woods so it needs to be maintained regularly. It consists of mostly southern yellow pine and is often considered the least expensive wood to use for a fence (usually half the price of most other woods). Most pressure treated wood is treated with a chemical to preserve the wood and protect it from rot and insects. The most common chemicals used to treat pressure treated wood include: Alkaline Copper Quaternary (ACQ), Copper Azole (CA), and, the most recent, Micronized Copper Quaternary (MCQ).
Cedar is a naturally durable fencing material that provides exceptional character and can be used for both residential and commercial projects. It is a truly sustainable fence material with an extremely low environmental impact (compared to vinyl and other wood species). Western Red Cedar requires no chemical treatment or kiln drying, so it has a much lower carbon footprint and environmental impact than other fence materials like pine, spruce and fir. Western Red Cedar is also one of the world’s most durable woods as it is naturally resistance to warping, moisture, decay and insect damage. The fibers in cedar heartwood contain natural preservatives that are toxic to decay-causing fungi.
Are you considering a fence for your property and want something that enhances the beauty of your yard or field? The perfect fence for any open area is a ranch style fence. Sometimes called a paddock fence, this is the perfect solution for any type of terrain. Ranch or paddock fencing is typically constructed out of wood (pressure treated pine, western red cedar, or rough cut oak board) or out of top of the line quality vinyl.
A ranch style fence can also offer security and peace of mind, especially when wire mesh is added to it. The wire mesh can help contain animals and will also allow a ranch style fence to meet the standards of BOCA (Building Officials and Code Administrators) for pool safety compliance.
With the endless options of style, height, color, and material, there is a solution for every need.
Certain kinds of fences have a finished side or a “good” side that looks smoother and more polished than the side with the rails and posts showing. In particular, the solid panel fences often used for privacy are generally constructed like this. The finished side should face toward your neighbor. Not only is this more polite, but it’s the standard. Your property will look a lot nicer with the “good” side facing the outside world. Otherwise, your fence will look like it was installed backward.
However, many other types of fences look identical on both sides, and they’re often called “good neighbor fences” for this reason. You can install a double-sided privacy fence if you don’t like the way the inside of a fence looks. Double-sided fences are created with “sandwich construction,” which also makes them stronger.
The Split Rail Wooden Fence can be 2 or 3 rails with or without woven wire.
Split rail is a beautiful style of fencing to have on your boundary.
Take a drive around any American rural neighborhood, and you will see a split rail fence bordering the fields and homes. The style of fence dates from the earliest days of settlers, and the tradition worked its way down the generations
Benefits of Vinyl Fencing:
- Eliminates the costly effort of painting or staining to protect or beautify.
- Since it doesn’t absorb moisture it won’t blister, peel, corrode or rot.
- Durable all weather vinyl maintains a fresh appearance year after year.
- All vinyl materials contain high amounts of UV-inhibitor and impact modifiers.
- No visible hardware provides a clean look.
- Meets ASTM, CSA and UL building material standards. And our Tech Deck and Railing meet BOCA code.
- Available in white and tan, clay, and gray colors.
- Product available in a variety of heights and widths.
Aluminum fencing is a very popular option for both residential and commercial applications. Beware of big box store cheap knock-offs coming from China that may contain lead.
Over the years, aluminum has become an extremely popular fencing option for home and commercial applications. This trend is largely due to its practicality and affordable pricing. If you are still unsure if it is the best choice for you, we recommend reading below to learn about its remarkable benefits.
Unlike iron, aluminum does not rust. Metal experts classify iron as a ferric metal (which can oxidize), thereby causing such a reaction. Aluminum does not fall within this group. By purchasing and installing heavy duty aluminum fencing, your will not have to incur the burden and costs that come with rust. In fact, it is believed that it can take more than 10,000 years for aluminum to disintegrate.
Aside from providing security and requiring very little maintenance, aluminum fencing will improve the curb appeal of your property.
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