Commonly Asked Questions
Wood: This popular choice offers a natural look and can be painted or stained to match your property. Common types of wood used are cedar, redwood, and pressure-treated pine.
Vinyl: This durable and low-maintenance material comes in various colors and styles, including those that mimic the appearance of wood.
Chain link: Known for its affordability and durability, chain-link fences provide security without obstructing visibility. They can be coated in vinyl to improve appearance and prevent rusting.
Aluminum: Lightweight and corrosion-resistant, aluminum fencing can imitate the look of wrought iron but with lower maintenance.
Vinyl: Made from a mixture of wood fibers and plastic, composite fencing is eco-friendly, durable, and requires low maintenance.
Wood: Requires periodic staining or painting to maintain its appearance and protect it from rot and insect damage.
Vinyl: Needs occasional cleaning with soap and water to remove dirt and mildew.
Chain link: May require rust protection and occasional tightening or repair of damaged links.
Aluminum and wrought iron: Should be inspected for signs of rust or damage and may need touch-up paint or rust removal.
Composite: Requires occasional cleaning with soap and water and may need periodic replacement of damaged boards.