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Along with providing quality landscaping services, we also have experience in installing professional fencing. We work with a variety of fencing materials including wood fencing, vinyl fencing, metal fencing, and even wrought iron fencing. Not only do we help you find the best fence for your budget, but we assist in installing it, hauling away an existing one, repairing your current fence, or customizing your fence any way that you like.

Wood Fencing

Over the years, wood fencing has been the most popular type of fencing material that customers have requested. That’s likely because of wood’s durability, it’s versatility, and the ability to somewhat customize it to your color liking. We offer premier wood fencing installation that’s finished with protective coats that deter premature weather damages that could alter the integrity and appearance of your wood. Wood fencing is not only a great choice in terms of appearance, but also if you’re looking for long-lasting durability for your fence.

Vinyl Fencing

Vinyl fencing has also become more popular over the years simply because of its price point and appearance when compared to wood. Vinyl offers impeccable beauty that mimics the finish of real wood, but with more budget-friendly options that also allows you to save money while installing a durable fence simultaneously. We highly recommend vinyl fencing if you are looking for a fencing material that will provide you long-lasting comfort and beauty, then you'll definitely want to consider a vinyl fence!

Metal Fencing

When it comes to metal fencing, there are several types of metals to choose from that are dependent on your needs and budget. Some of the more popular options include aluminum and steel. We recommend metal fencing for simplicity and the sole purpose of protecting your property from outsiders while keeping those inside safe. Metal fencing is easy to maintain, looks great, and doesn't run as high of a price tag as some other fencing materials do. This means you'll be investing in something long-term and without constant maintenance or upkeep needed. Most metal fencing is also treated to avoid premature rusting, something else to consider when shopping around for the best type of fencing for you.

Wrought Iron Fencing

Lastly, we like to inform our clients of the options for wrought iron fencing because of its pristine beauty and unbeatable durability. Wrought iron can be a bit pricier than what most are looking to pay, but it’s also well worth the cost. Wrought iron is essentially rock solid and doesn’t succumb easily to outside damages like other fencing materials might. It can also be treated and sealed for maximum protection so that you can get long-term use out of your wrought iron fencing. We recommend wrought iron for décorative fencing and barrier or perimeter fencing, especially if you’re looking for something classier and more aesthetically pleasing. Wrought iron comes in various designs and patterns, giving you numerous options to choose which one best fits your preferences or the style you’re trying to achieve with your fence in relation to your landscape.

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