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Wood Fences....Just Naturally Beautiful

Wood enhances any outdoor setting

Every wooden fence has its own unique blend of colors and characteristics making them all special, like a set of fingerprints, no two are alike. Glenn works with many kinds of wood and each has its own benefits and drawbacks.. Redwood and Cedar are especially beautiful, but whatever your choice I guarantee you that you will undoubtedly become attached.

Redwood, Cedar, Pine, Douglas Fir and Spruce are the 5 leading types of wood for fences. They are all good choices depending on the situation. I have listed some of the characteristics of each below to help you decide which one is best for you.

Outstanding Lattice Top Redwood Fence and Lovely Cedar Fence
Wonderful deck with matiching rails and lovely scalloped redwood fence
Beautiful wood fences and decks will greatly enhance providing a rich natural look, especially if painted or stained. For more info see picture below and paragraph on the left.
A less expensive wood can be used and then painted to create that special effect. There is nothing like a white picket fence to frame your dreams!
Gray tounge and groove on left and a pine fence on right.
Pretty Specialty Pool Equipment Lattice Fence, below left and Nature Blending Redwood, right. Glenn builds specialty fences to hide garbage cans, unsightly areas, for open storage and various other uses. Wrought Iron and Chain Link are often used for Specialty needs. Security doors, windows, Dog Runs, etc. See those pages for more info.
For that final touch it is hard to beat a great fence.

Redwood contains a natural preservative (tanic acid) so it does repel insects somewhat and weather a little better than other woods. It is normally reddish and white and if painted will require more paint than other woods. It is also considered a hardwood once it cures and is reasonably durable. As is fades from sun and rain it turns a dark gray or even black. Redwood is an excellent choice for fences and gates.. Cedar is more of a golden yellow softer wood and is fairly "knotty". It bleeds some sap but is easy to paint. It turns a silver-gray over time. Pine is a white or yellowish soft wood, is easy to paint, inexpensive and turns gray when weathered. Douglas Fir and Spruce are white, easy to paint and turn gray if not treated, stained or painted. More questions? Visit our FAQ's page or contact Glenn!

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