Wood Fence Installation and Repair
Very often, an integral feature of a landscaping design will include fencing. As an added convenience, Nature’s Friends also offer fence contractor services, including beautiful wood fence installation or fence repair as one of their professional services. This is enormously convenient for our clients; you already know and trust Cliff and his team, and you can rest easy knowing you’re getting quality work on time.
Our wood fences come in a variety of designs, from privacy to picket. Our installers have 10+ years professional fence installation experience, and are licensed and insured. We will discuss your options for various wood fence styles and gates, share our design ideas, measure, and give you a free quote and time estimate to perform the work. Cliff’s years of landscape and yard experience mean that he can advise you on the pros and cons of all of the different fence materials to help you make a choice that you will love for years to come. Wood fences are often built in cedar, redwood, pine, bamboo. The shapes of the sections can vary as well, from the squared estate look to the scalloped convex.
We can perform any fence or gate repair, major or minor. We can
- replace missing or damaged slats
- reinforce leaning sections
- replace or install additional gates
- update hardware
- post reinforcement
Types of Wood Fence
- Picket fence: usually front yard or sides, serves as a decorate border only.
- Lattice Fence: can be tall or garden size, decorative look
- Post and Rail fence: country look, serves a decorate border
- Vertical board: most privacy, usually in back yard, keeps pets in.
What Are the Pros and Cons of Wood Fencing?
Wood fencing is extremely popular in Maryland, because of the natural materials that incorporate into the popular native look of most landscape designs.
Affordability: Wood fence installation is the least expensive of the quality fence styles. The only cheaper option is the plastic fencing, which some feel does not convey a quality or natural look.
Durability and Fence Maintenance: You can expect your wood fence to last 20 years or more if properly cared for. Our materials are pressure treated, rot resistant, and sealed. It should be restained or repainted every few years, waterproofed every other year, and that is about all the maintenance it should need.
Damage and Rot are the only cons with wood fencing. Iron fencing is less prone to damage from fallen limbs, or moisture, but that comes at a price. Properly maintained stained or painted fences will withstand the elements better than a neglected wood fence.