Privacy Fences in Atlanta
If you are looking to contract a fencing company in Atlanta, look no further than Apex Fence Company. Have installed literally 1,000’s of feet of fencing, we have the experience, and a reputation you can trust! All that experience means that whether you are deciding between a scalloped, dog eared, or saddled privacy fence style or debating whether you want to go with pine or cedar, we can show you examples of our work with most every combination to help you make the right choice!
Our Wooden Privacy Fence Installations in Atlanta
Residential Wooden Privacy Fence Design
Our team of expert fence designers will custom design privacy fencing for your Atlanta home.
Privacy fences are typically 6 feet high and block the view of your yard from those around you as well as your view of adjacent properties. We can help you find and design a privacy fence style that’s right for you. A Dog Eared privacy fence is perfect for basic needs. Scalloped and Saddled privacy fence styles are classic in design and add a higher level of decoration to your yard, enhancing your surroundings and complimenting your landscape. The types of wooden privacy fences can vary greatly:
- Dog eared privacy fences
- Scalloped privacy fences
- Saddled privacy fences
- X-brace privacy fences
Check out our gallery for great ideas of ways you can customize your fence: everything from the fence posts, rails, caps, lattice, shadow boxes, and even custom lighting to your privacy fence!
Wood Privacy Fence Materials
For wood fences in Atlanta, two types of wood dominate privacy fence construction:
- Pressure Treated Pine (P.T.P.) is readily available and can be more cost effective since it is grown, harvested, and treated right here in the Southeast.
- Cedar fencing material is a premium wood that offers brilliant color. We import it to Atlanta from the Northwest and Canada
Both of these wood fence materials are rot and bug resistant. It’s recommended that your privacy fence have a sealer applied at the time of construction. Applying a quality sealer (every 3 to 5 years) will add years to the life of your fence while keeping the “new” look for a longer period of time and minimize movement of the wood during the curing process.
You can expect approximately 15 years of reliable, low maintenance service from your new wood fence; many still usefully serve their owners for 20-25 years before having to be replaced.
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