Wood Fencing

Seeking a classic, natural look for your property with a wood fence?

Resifence, your trusted fence installation company, has got you covered. With our extensive selection of wood fences, we help transform your property into a picturesque landscape. Our expert team installs your wood fence with precision, ensuring it enhances curb appeal and provides durability and security. Serving Rock Hill, SC, Charlotte, NC, and the surrounding area, Resifence is committed to delivering high-quality wood fences and exceptional installation services.

Contact us today to explore our wood fencing options.

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Different Types of Wooden Fences

  1. Picket Fence: A timeless choice for suburban homes, picket fences add charm and define boundaries without obstructing views.
  2. Privacy Fence: Usually 6-8 feet tall, privacy fences provide optimal security and seclusion, making them ideal for backyards.
  3. Post and Rail Fence: Characterized by its rustic appeal, post and rail fences are often used in rural areas, perfect for outlining large properties.
  4. Split Rail Fence: This rustic style, made of timber logs split into rails, is a popular choice for agricultural settings and country homes.
  5. Board on Board Fence: Overlapping boards in this fence type ensure privacy, even when wood shrinks over time.
  6. Lattice Fence: Combining style and function, lattice fences provide semi-privacy while allowing light and air flow.
  7. Louvre Fence: The angled slats in a louvre fence offer privacy while letting in light and air.
  8. Shadow Box Fence: Alternating boards on either side of the fence rails create a sense of depth, offering privacy while also allowing airflow.
  9. Vertical Board Fence: These fences have no gaps between the boards, ensuring high levels of privacy and security.
  10. Horizontal Fence: A modern take on traditional fencing, horizontal fences add a contemporary and stylish aesthetic to any property.

Each fence type has its unique benefits and aesthetic appeal. At Resifence, we can help you choose the best wooden fence type to suit your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Wooden Fences

At Resifence, we frequently field inquiries about wood fencing – from costs and lifespan to maintenance and aesthetics. Our clients in Charlotte, NC, and surrounding regions have numerous questions, and we’re here to provide the answers. To simplify your decision-making, we’ve curated a list of the most common questions we encounter about wood fences. We hope these responses clarify your queries and empower you to make the right choice for your fencing needs.

How much does a wood fence cost?

The cost of a wood fence can vary significantly based on the type of wood, the size of the area, and the complexity of the design. At Resifence, we work with you to provide a solution that fits within your budget without compromising on quality.

How long does a wood fence last?

The longevity of a wood fence can range from 10 to 20 years or more, depending on the type of wood used and how well it’s maintained. Regular maintenance, like cleaning and sealing, can help prolong its lifespan.

How to stain a wood fence?

Staining a wood fence involves cleaning it, letting it dry, applying a layer of wood stain evenly with a brush or sprayer, and letting the stain dry. Remember, choosing a stain suitable for outdoor use, and the specific type of wood your fence is made from is crucial.

How to paint a wooden fence?

Painting a wooden fence involves a similar process to staining. Start by cleaning the fence and allowing it to dry. Then, apply a layer of primer (if needed), followed by the outdoor-grade paint of your choice. Always allow sufficient drying time between coats.

How to clean a wood fence without pressure washing?

You can clean a wood fence without a pressure washer using a mixture of warm water and a gentle detergent. Apply the mixture to the fence with a soft brush, scrub lightly to remove dirt and mildew, and then rinse the fence with a garden hose.

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Typical Components That make Up A Wooden Fence

  1. Posts: These are vertical supports planted into the ground at regular intervals. They provide the primary structure for the fence and are usually thicker and sturdier than other components.
  2. Rails: Rails are horizontal supports that span between the posts. They help stabilize the fence structure and provide a base to attach pickets or panels. Typically, fences have two or three rails.
  3. Pickets or Panels: These are the vertical elements that provide the actual barrier of the fence. They can be spaced for a semi-private look or installed edge-to-edge for more privacy. Pickets are individual pieces of wood, while panels are pre-constructed sections of the fence.
  4. Caps: Caps are optional components that sit atop the fence posts for aesthetic appeal and to help protect the posts from weather elements.
  5. Kickboard or Rot Board: This is a horizontal board placed along the bottom of the fence, protecting the pickets or panels from moisture and rot.
  6. Gate: The gate provides an entry and exit point in the fence. It can be custom-designed to match the style of the rest of the fence.
  7. Hardware: This includes nails, screws, brackets, latches, and hinges. They are essential for assembling the fence and ensuring its functionality.
  8. Stain or Paint: This is not a physical component but an important part of a wood fence. A quality stain or paint protects from weather and pests and enhances the fence’s aesthetic appeal.

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