Wood Fences

Traditional cedar fencing continues to be one of the most popular fencing materials, due to its material cost and ability to create custom styles for customers and natural ability to repel pests. Cedar comes in a variety of forms and finishes that make it an ideal choice for homeowners and businesses alike.

Traditional cedar fencing continues to be one of the most popular fencing materials, due to its material cost and ability to create custom styles for customers. Cedar comes in a variety of forms and finishes that make it an ideal choice for homeowners and businesses alike.

Red Cedar Fences

Our wooden fences are built with Western red cedar using only 1″ x 8″ pickets for a more uniform and elegant look. Liberty Fence Co. uses only the highest quality pressure treated and kiln dried cedar fence posts that you won’t find at your any of the local lumber yards. We also use high grade wood boards that come with very few knots and almost no discoloration which truly makes for a “custom fence” when we are done with your install.
Wood fencing comes in a variety of finishes that make it an ideal choice for homeowners and businesses alike. The three main benefits of using wood fencing are its aesthetic value, its privacy and its longevity. Since wood is such an adaptive material, it is very versatile and can be used in a variety of functions.

The natural beauty of a wood fence remains desirable in residential, commercial and agricultural applications. The installation and treatment procedures we follow will ensure your cedar fence will last for many years. Both homeowners and businesses appreciate the seclusion and protection that a privacy fence provides. For a post and rail fence, wood continues to be the most practical and economical solution. Wood is not only an environmentally sound choice; it is also cost-effective to cover large areas of land using a wood post and rail fence. One thing of noteworthiness about treated lumber is that due to the liquid pressure treating process, the wood is very wet and must dry completely prior to treating with stain, varnish or paint. Typically this period could be 6 months to 1 year before it is completely dry.

When choosing a wood fence, consider these styles:

• Solid dog-ear privacy
• Alternating dog-ear privacy (good neighbor fence)
• Lattice Top or Custom Lattice
• Modified Privacy with 1/2 inch spaces
• Solid Decorative Scallop
• Alternating Decorative Scallop • Many Custom Options • Colonial or Estate styles
• Split Rail or Picket