Strong Fences Make Great Neighbors
It's a funny cliché but it's true. I'm sure you know quite a few homeowners who find that they no matter how much they like their neighbors, they like them just a little more after having a fence built.
And as long as you're considering adding a little neighborly separation, why not take a look at using wood for your next fencing project?
It's an incredibly versatile material that gives you a ton of different looks to choose from. We're not just talking colors of paint or stains. We're talking various styles including board, privacy, picket, post, split rail and more.
Each type of wood fence has specific strengths and uses. Regardless of which type is best for your application, some benefits are common to all wood fencing.
The Wallet Friendly Wood Fence
Installation costs for wood fencing are lower than with other fencing materials due to the lower prices of the material. Repairs tend to be less expensive as well due to the modular nature of wood fences. If a part or portion of the fence needs to be replaced, there's no need to replace an entire section of fencing. You simply replace the broken plank or defective wood post and install a new one. Which brings us to convenience. The different pieces and parts for wood fence repairs can be easily purchased at nearby stores.
Wood fencing is quite easy to install and takes much less time to be completed. In case of a problem with the installation, the rectification takes less time. By having professionals installed the wooden fence for you; the process can be completed within a single day.
Most of the wooden fences, such as spruce and cedar, are quite durable. With proper maintenance and a little common sense, they can last for more than 30 years. You can use pressure treated woods to keep the termites away. Many people also use sealants to offer a higher level of protection.