When you are considering the thousands of variables that go into a fencing project, it can get overwhelming. At Fence & Deck Depot, we help guide you through this exciting home improvement project so you wind up with a new fencing system your home and family cherish for years to come.
Our team will help answer any questions you have about materials and styles, all while designing a new fence that matches your home (and budget).
For some homeowners, Treated Wood fencing boards are the most appealing product. Pressure-treated wood is Southern Yellow Pine that has been chemically altered so it is more resistant to rot and insect damage. This is the most common type of wood fence because it is both affordable and effective.
There are two main reasons homeowners turn to Treated Wood for their new fence:
Treated wood fences – compared to synthetics such as composite or PVC – are quite affordable. The materials are available in abundance and they are relatively simple to install, saving money on labor costs. They are a very effective way to build a wooden fence without breaking the bank.
The chemicals that these boards are “treated” with give them a coat of armor against the outside world. This helps prevent rotting while also acting as an insecticide, preventing insect damage for years. That said, these will require regular maintenance to keep in ship shape. That usually involves sanding somewhat regularly and restaining the wood about once per year.
Our team has all the capabilities for an exceptional and professional wood fence installation. Our representatives will help you pick out a style that matches your home and material that solves your needs and budget.
After you sign off on the project, our expert fence installers put their years of experience to work for you, and no job is complete until you are 100% satisfied.
We’ll also supply all the necessary materials needed throughout the process, including joists, balusters, fasteners, and more.
Above all, our team wants to help you create a new outdoor space you love and cherish for years to come.
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