Alternating Wood Privacy Fences
Wood privacy fences are a good option to enclose your property to keep children and pets from wandering off and unwanted animals and others from entering your property.
An alternating wood fence design provides those benefits as well as privacy. You can make the fence as tall as you like, but typically they range from six to eight feet tall. That’s tall enough to keep prying eyes from your yard.
What separates alternating wood fences from other wood privacy fences is a design that allows air flow. The posts are dug into place, cross pieces are connected to the posts and then the fence boards are nailed to the cross pieces alternating sides for connecting them.
This creates a space between fence slats that allows air to pass through.
Alternating wood privacy fences are typically made of treated Western Red Cedar which extends and protects the life of the fence. The style also provides depth to the design while giving the same appearance from both sides.
Each fence post can be topped by a variety of fence post caps, a trellis or other decorative top. Those tops, combined with any of a variety of gates built into the fence, can give your fence a unique appearance.
If you are thinking of building a four-foot-high privacy fence you should consider consulting a professional for an estimate, even if you expect to do it yourself. The professional can share ideas and expertise that could help, or you may find the affordability of price, and assurance of quality, is worth it to you.
Call 651-451-2222 for more information or to receive a free estimate.