Timeless and traditional, wood fence remains one of our most popular type with today’s homeowners.
Long® Fence installs wood fencing primarily using Ecolife™ wood which contains a nonmetallic preservative to protect against rot, decay and termites. For long life and low maintenance, Ecolife™ also contains stabilizers to protect against weathering and minimize swelling and shrinking.
For consumers looking for a non pressure-treated alternative, Long® Fence also carries western red cedar wood fencing. Western red cedar naturally resists moisture, decay and insect damage. While all lumber shrinks, cedar has less tendency to shrink, swell, cup, twist, or warp even under extreme weather conditions. Natural oils in western red cedar wood fences provide the protection.
While other types of boards may be used in the construction of your fence, the framework of your fence will be built using pressure-treated lumber because it excels below ground.
A Wood Fence to Fit Your Budget
A wood fence offers you the most bang for your buck. When you’re fencing in a large area like a backyard, wood is a strong choice.
Because of the high quality of lumber used, our wood fences resist rot, water logging, UV damage and breakage. You save money in the long run working with a contractor who uses high-quality materials because you spend less on maintenance.
While it’s not necessary to stain and paint wood fences, some may prefer the overall appearance of a stained or painted fence. Long Fence clients who take this route end up buying fewer stains and coatings, replacing boards less frequently, and spending less time laboring outdoors.
Transform your yard into an extension of your living space with a traditional preserved wood fence. A quality fence installed by Long® Fence can dramatically increase both the curb appeal and property value of your home!
Wood Fence Styles
We install wood fences in a variety of styles and designs.
A spaced board fence straddles the line between privacy fence and picket fence. Its large pickets give some privacy, but don’t completely block the view. Great for keeping in pets and children.
The classic American design is a charming addition to any yard. The picket fence is flexible, offering a plethora of design choices and customizations.
A vertical board fence is a good option for homeowners who want to create a secluded sanctuary in their backyards.
Board on Board
Board on board fences are semi-private and offer a wealth of customization options. This fence is commonly called the “good neighbor” fence because your neighbor’s side of the fence will look just as great as yours.
Board and Batten
The top-of-the-line privacy fence for homeowners who want that wood look and price. This design takes into account wood shrinkage, so you’re far less likely to get “sunlight spaces.”
The economical choice for property owners who need to fence in entire tracts of land, like farmers or ranch owners. The split rail design drastically reduces the amount of material needed.
A privacy fence that places boards tightly together with pointed pickets. This is a solid choice for colonial style homes.
A similar look to the split rail fence, the paddock fence can keep livestock in or just give a rustic look to your home. If you’re fencing in a large area, you might consider Oak Paddock rather than our typical Cedar Paddock.
The pastoral look of a paddock or split rail fence, with more substance to keep in pets and small children.
We also design custom wood fences. We can build Wood gates of varying widths complement the specific style of your home or fence.
Financing available from licensed lenders for qualified buyers.