Wood fencing is an attractive and cost-effective way to add a touch of beauty and security to your home or yard. From classic picket fences to more luxurious styles, wood fences are available in a variety of shapes, heights, and board widths that can be tailored to suit any budget. At Allied Fence, we specialize in providing quality materials for both DIY projects and professional installation services.
When it comes to choosing the right wood fence for your needs, there are many factors to consider including style, height, board widths and type of wood. For a traditional look with added durability, cedar boards offer a natural look that is rot-resistant and insect-proof. For those looking for an even richer appearance, redwood provides a strong yet beautiful option with its varying shades of crimson and deep brown hues. On the other hand, pressure-treated pine lumber is ideal for those seeking an affordable but durable solution with its built-in weatherproofing characteristics.
Height requirements vary from one region to another so it’s important to know your local code before making any decisions about the height of your fence. In most cases though, 4’ high wooden fences are typically used for privacy purposes whereas 3’ high fences tend to be used as boundaries between properties or even gardens if you want some extra separation from your neighbors. For shorter pickets such as 2’ high or lower styles like post & rail designs work well as accent pieces or pool dividers when used around yards or outdoor living spaces.
Board widths can also come into play when selecting the perfect wood fence particularly if noise reduction is a factor in the decision making process. The wider the boards used on a fence the better it will be at absorbing sound waves due to more surface area which will help create peace and serenity within your yard space that would otherwise be disrupted by nearby traffic or loud neighbors.
Finally installating wooden fencing can either be done yourself following some simple guidelines we provide on our website or you can hire one of our professional installation team members who have years of experience working with all types of fencing materials and have knowledge of regional codes as well as best practices when it comes proper installation techniques ensuring safe long lasting results every time!