Wood Fence Installation
Sterling Heights, MI
Wood fences have many, many benefits. For starters, they are extremely durable and don’t require too much maintenance. They also will transform any backyard into a masterpiece.
One of the many benefits of a wood fence is the amount the can be customized. With a wide variety of finishes, you can get any look that you’re looking for. Aside from color, there’s also many different variations in terms of design.
For example, you can go with a privacy fence if you have some obnoxious neighbors or a ranch rail for a farm.
Regardless of the style, a wooden fence is perfect for just about every situation. Just give us a call and we would be happy to answer any questions and get the process started.
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Why Wood? Benefits Of Wood Fences
The benefits of a wooden fence are endless. For starters, you will have one of the most durable fences out there. Wood is a natural material and holds tress that climbs higher than 50’. So when using a material that can do that along with the engineer’s design a wooden fence is built to last.
The other major benefit is the custom features that come with them. You’ll quickly be able to paint, stain, or finish a wood fence to match any yard or home.
So whether you’re looking for some peace and quiet, hope to keep animals out, or want to transform your backyard a wooden fence is always a great option.
To Hire Us
At Sterling Heights Fencing, our goal is to install & repair fences to the best of quality for homes and businesses in the Sterling Heights, MI area. We use the highest quality wood, vinyl, chain link, and wrought iron materials.
Reasons why you should choose us:
1. With decades of experience, we’ve seen it all when it comes to fence installation and repair.
2. Unlike many contractors, we actually answer the phone and always act professional.
3. We’re not done until you’re satisfied with our work and you have a smile on your face.
Types Of Wood Fencing
The great thing about wood fencing is how many options there are. One of those interchangeable parts is the style of wood.
This is very important because different woods act in different ways. Some will have different shades of colors and others will have a stronger material. It all depends on your needs.
Heres the different types of wood for fences:
Cedar is one of those materials that’s designed to last. It’s much stronger than the majority of other woods. This makes it perfect for any outdoor use.
In addition to its durability, a cedar fence also takes in finish better than most materials. Because of this, youll be able to give your wood fence a stunning new look.
Pine fencing is perfect to keep affordability and design. This lumber is one of the most common woods and for good reason.
With pine, you’ll quickly realize the potential of this wood. It’s great for staining as well as building a solid fence. This wood is also great for getting creative, for example, there are some amazing pine gates that blow away the competition.
Choosing a cypress fence will bring many benefits. For starters, you’ll have one of the most resistant materials to rot. This is vital to any type of wood as a fence will always be pounded with the weather and even some critters.
The other benefit is how easy they are to maintain. Because of energy-efficient materials and durability, a cypress fence is perfect if you’re looking for a long-lasting wood fence.
With a redwood fence, you’ll eventually start to notice the durability. These fences are engineered to resists high temperatures and weather shifts. Living in Michigan it can be pretty easy to go from 32º to 70º within 24 hours.
Redwood trees are some of the biggest trees in the world. This wood is extremely durable and able to withstand the harshest weather.
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Best Practices For Wood Fence Installation
When building a wood fence its important to focus on quality. Because wood is a natural material it will decay over time. But you can dramatically delay this decaying with a proper build.
For starters, we’ll map out the area. Next, we begin to fill the holes with cement and poles. From there, we’ll begin installing the fence. At this point, the fence is ready to go. But the final step is accessories such as toppers and gates.