Nothing completes a home like a fence – and nobody completes a fence like us. We’re an up-and-coming fencing company offering the services and repairs you need, whether you’re gearing up to install a new fence or looking to fix the fence you already have. We have a deep understanding of the fencing industry, and we pride ourselves on offering exceptional customer service to our clients. If you choose us for your next fencing project, you can be confident in the knowledge that you’re getting high-quality work done at a great price.
Here are just a few of the services we offer:
- Fence installation
- Fence repair
- Fence replacement
- Fence cleaning
- Gate repair
- Gate replacement
Our services apply to a wide variety of fences, including wood fences, chain link fencing, ranch fencing, aluminum fencing, vinyl fencing, and wrought iron fencing. Each of these fencing types comes with its own unique strengths, and it’s important to keep these differences in mind when choosing a fence for your home or business. After all, a fence that meets one homeowner’s needs could be completely wrong for another person, and it all depends on what they’re looking for out of their fencing.
Want to learn more about what you can expect from each of the fencing types we work with? If so, read on:
As one of the most popular types of fencing on the market today, wood fencing is a versatile option for your residential fencing needs.
For many homeowners, wood fencing is an ideal choice thanks to the variety of materials these fences can be built from. In many cases, tree species like cedar, teak and redwood provide ideal materials for wood fencing – the wood from these trees makes for fences that are both strong and visually appealing. Your new wood fence can also be built in one of many different styles. These styles include picket fences, lattice fences, post and rail fences, and vertical board fences, among others. For further customization, wood fences can easily be stained and painted to perfectly complement their surroundings.
Untreated wood fences can last for seven to twelve years; if they are made from pressure-treated lumber, wood fences can last for more than three decades. However, people looking to add a wood fence to their property should be careful – proper installation and regular maintenance is crucial for these fences. If they don’t know what they’re doing, homeowners can run the risk of seeing their new fences sag and rot far sooner than they expected.
Chain Link Fencing
For affordability, durability, and ease of maintenance, nothing beats chain link fencing. These fences are ideal for keeping your property safe, and they can last for decades if they are cared for correctly. Chain link fencing consists of a diamond-patterned fabric made from metal wires. Because of this, these fences are both strong and flexible – it’s no coincidence that another name for this fencing type is “hurricane fencing.” We have many different types of chain link fencing available, and we can provide fencing in the height and width you need. Along with the typical galvanized look, chain link fencing can be found in multiple vinyl-coated colors. Though chain link fencing does not require as much maintenance as other fencing types, there are some things homeowners will need to do to keep their fences in good shape. Once every year, chain link fence owners should treat their fences with a rust-resistant coating – paying especially close attention to the bottom of their fence, as moisture from grass and dirt can build up there. For regular cleaning, homeowners can simply spray their chain link fencing with a powerful hose. Soapy water can help them deal with more stubborn stains.
As its name suggests, ranch fencing is a great choice for ranches, farms, and other large properties in rural areas. Ranch fences can be constructed from all kinds of materials, but no matter what option you choose, we’re ready to help you find an attractive ranch fence at a great price.
If you’re looking to add a traditional ranch fence to your property, wood is a classic, visually appealing choice. Metal and vinyl ranch fencing options can also be a great fit for many applications. Materials aside, ranch fencing comes in several different styles, including:
- Split rail fencing
- Round rail fencing
- Board rail fencing
For clients looking to use their ranch fencing to keep livestock – including sheep, cattle, goats, hogs, and other animals – contained, we recommend electric ranch fencing. These fences are a safe, affordable option that can keep animals secure while protecting them from injuries.
No matter what your needs are, we can help you choose the ranch fencing style that would best fit your property visually while providing the security and peace of mind you need.
A great fit for all kinds of applications, aluminum fencing can be used in home, business and industrial settings.
Aluminum fencing is sturdy, long-lasting, corrosion-resistant, and low-maintenance. It provides a touch of vintage style anywhere it is installed. Residential aluminum fencing is ideal for homes, pools, and other residential settings. Fence panels for residential-grade fencing are available in a variety of styles, widths, and colors – including black, white and bronze. Generally speaking, residential aluminum fencing is lighter and more decorative than other types of aluminum fencing while providing additional security for your property.
Commercial aluminum fencing is crafted with stores, restaurants, and other businesses in mind. This fencing tends to be thicker and taller than residential aluminum fencing, and normally has larger pickets and rails. Although commercial aluminum fences can be highly attractive, their primary role is to protect businesses from unwanted intruders, and this is reflected in their design.
Industrial aluminum fencing – the tallest, heaviest aluminum fencing option – is perfect for settings where security is crucial. We encourage clients to use this fencing in settings such as government buildings, schools, apartment buildings, airports, warehouses, and factories.
Whether you need aluminum fencing for a residence, a large-scale installation, or anything in between, we look forward to helping you choose the fencing option that’s right for you.
If you like the classic look of wood fencing but want a lower-maintenance alternative, vinyl fencing might be just what you’re looking for. Vinyl fencing is made from polyvinyl chloride, a plastic-based material. Unlike wood fencing, fences made from vinyl will not rot, crack, fade, or be eaten by termites. Additionally, these fences are extremely flexible.
A huge number of colors and styles are available to the customer considering vinyl fencing. Some vinyl fencing styles offer gapless privacy around your home, while others are more spaced-out to allow your yard to feel less closed-off from its surroundings. People thinking about having vinyl fencing installed can contact us to ensure they are choosing the vinyl fencing style that’s right for their needs. Vinyl fencing is also one of the easiest types of fencing to maintain over the years. It can be cleaned with a simple garden hose, and it won’t have to be treated for weather or repainted. At most, you’ll need common household cleaning products like all-purpose cleaner and dish soap to keep your vinyl fence in top-tier condition.
Wrought Iron Fencing
A classy fencing option evoking the Victorian era, wrought iron fencing can add a unique style and reliable protection to your property. Traditionally, wrought iron fencing has been associated with large homes, gardens and high-security government facilities. Despite the name, “wrought iron” fencing made today tends to be made of steel or aluminum. Both of these materials will give you the visually-distinctive look and long lifespan this type of fencing is known for. In many cases, wrought iron fences consist of straight bars that have barbed tops. This style is a good fit for clients primarily considering wrought iron fencing for its security benefits. For people looking at wrought iron fencing for its visual appeal, we can easily provide you with more elaborately-decorated options. Wrought iron fencing has many benefits, but it also needs to be carefully maintained and treated to protect your fence from developing rust. We can help you make sure your new wrought iron fence will maintain its strength and beauty for decades to come.
While every type of fencing has its pros and cons, they all have one thing in common – they need a high-quality gate to live up to their full potential. Whatever fencing option you choose, we’ll be able to help you select and install the right gate to go with it.
We also provide full repair services for gates. If you already have a gate that needs to be fixed, give us a call – we’re happy to help.
Need more information about any of these types of fencing? Take a look around the rest of our Johnson Fence and Masonry site – and if that doesn’t help, feel free to get in touch. We’d love to help you find the fence you’re looking for, no matter what your needs are.