Small details can have a big impact in deciding how to build a fence and gate. The materials you choose will be determined by personal preference, the location of your fence (shade and sun mixture), your fence budget and the size of the outdoor space. We will help you make the best decision to ensure you get the most fence and gate automation value that will work together and complement your house’s architectural style. Check out some of the fence options that we have experience in.
Chain Link Fencing
Chain link fences is durable, installs fast, resists corrosion, is economical and lasts forever. It is a good choice for industrial fences, construction fences and warehouse site fences. The fence can also be a powder coated fence in many colors. Chain link fences does not provide privacy and is good for security.
Vinyl Fencing is UV protected so it never needs painting. There is very minimal maintenance on this fence and it does not shrink, rust or decompose. It is lightweight and needs to be exact when installing this material. It could crack in the extreme cold. It is decorative and aesthetically appealing.
Cedar Fences are the king of backyard privacy fencing and look great with its tight grain, fewer knots, and a desirable red hue and it promises to never warp or shrink. Cedar resists insects and decay. With any wood fence it is recommended to install a concrete base to secure the fence or posts with treated wood to avoid rot. Cedar fencing weathers naturally to a silver gray and it will require maintenance to extend its life.
Redwood and Teak Fencing
Redwood Fencing and Teak Fencing are expensive options, but their natural softness, luster and rustic look are unmatched. The wood resists insects, decay, warping and shrinking from the elements. There is maintenance with this type of wood including a fencing penetrating sealer and oil once or twice per year.
Manufactured from wood fibers combined with plastic polymers, composite fencing runs slightly more expensive because of its extended life and low maintenance features. It is available in many colors and is a heavyweight material that is durable and secure. There are many options in this category and we can advise you on the best for your project.
Barbed Wire Fencing
Barbed Wire Fences is functional only and usually set up to keep livestock in or predators out. Its standard design is simple and affordable enough for property owners looking to fence in a larger area. Usually it is attached to wood or steel posts installed at corders to support tension of the stretched out wire.
You can use concrete, stucco, brick, block, and stone fences to create a stately and castle look around the home. These materials are pricey and need a structural footing poured below the frost line if located in a cold area. You can do a mix of masonry and other fencing materials to build a pretty look. Some masonry fences may require steel reinforcement and brick fences can feature a concrete or block inner fence with brick veneer only on the exterior. Mortar joins in stone and brick fences can work looks and require repointing to stabilize.
Treated Wood Fencing
Treated Wood Fences are a very economical option and good choice for fence posts to extend the life of the fence. These pressure and chemically treated planks are cedar style and wood picket style.
Metal fences can easily blend with any home exterior and can range from contemporary to classic style. Wrought iron fences have won the test of time because they are simple and extremely durable. Some include cast iron fences, aluminum fences and hog wire fences. You can powder coat fences with an acrylic finish for low maintenance on this product. There are preassemble panels available for easy installation.
We have handled this type of fencing for municipal pool fencing, marina fencing, hotel fencing and outdoor pool fencing. There are regulations for this type of fencing and we can help you determine the best option.
We have handled fences for military base fences, shipyard fences, airfield fences, power plant fences, hospital fences, university fences, shopping center fences, storage facility fences, kennel fences, sports stadium fences, public park fences, ball field fences, golf course fences, hotel fences, swimming pool fences, amusement park fences, cemetery fences, tennis court fences and more. We know how to build commercial fencing that will last.
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