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Wood Fence Installers in Baltimore, MD

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Posh Home Improvements, LLC
(410) 878-4442
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom - Remodel
  • Kitchen - Remodel
  • Handyman for Multiple Small Projects
  • Cabinets - Install
  • Home Theater System or Media Center - Install
Featured Review

"The service was excellent. Tho communication was clear and professional. The results were perfect. the only thing I can see as a weakness was that it took 5 days to get an estimate. In the meantime our screen door was hanging wide open and falling apart. But after that, an appointment was scheduled right away. I will use them again for future projects"

- thomas L. from pikesville, MD
Leading Edge Gates & Controls, LLC

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(888) 212-3787
Areas of Expertise
  • Security Gates
  • Rolling Gates
  • Fences
  • Installation
  • Replacements
Fine Contracting Company
(410) 878-4749
Areas of Expertise
  • Vinyl or PVC Fence Installation
  • Wood Fence Installation
Featured Review

"Very efficient communication as well as installed fence within 1 day"

- dinara H. from silver spring, MD
Rustic Rail Fence Company
(410) 864-1468
Areas of Expertise
  • Custom Wood Fence Installations
  • Farm Fencing
  • Privacy Fence
  • Post and Rail
  • Board Fence
Featured Review

"Rustic Rail installed a pressure treated stockade split rail fence along the back end of my property (back yard). My husband and I picked out and purchased the materials and Louis picked them up on the way to my house. They worked hard and fast and we are were satisfied with the completed project."

- barb B. from reisterstown, MD
Handyman on Call, LLC
(443) 850-6948
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
  • Floors
  • Handyman services
  • Painting
  • Basement fiish
Featured Review

"The customer service seems slightly disorganized, with the customer rep being unable to tell me if I'd be able to be home or not for the work (eventually I wasn't and it was ok). Also to sign the contract, I was just sent an e-mail with the final contract to sign electronically. I was never told this was the system. But it worked fine. The work was awesome absolutely worth 5 stars, however the price seemed a bit steep. But perhaps really worth it given the quality of work. Absolutely no complaints about the work itself, or the timeliness of the worker who showed up to do it, or anything work related. Just a bit on the high end and some hiccups with the administrative details. Bottom line: Definitely recommend Handyman on Call. "

- timothy C. from baltimore, MD
Celestial Handyman Services, Inc.
(443) 867-7781
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom & Kitchen Remodeling
  • Shingles Roofing
  • Siding
  • Doors & Windows
  • Basement Waterproofing
Featured Review

"Mr. Altuna was always courteous and professional and did his best to fit my small job in, even though he apparently had a lot of work already. "

- jane L. from baltimore, MD
Maxtor Contracting Group, LLC
(301) 830-8186
Areas of Expertise
  • Call Diret 3018308186 Deck Repair,Deck Restoration,Kitchen, Bathrom, Home Remodeling, painting,Exterior Surfaces - Power Washing
Featured Review

"They repaired my fence posts that were old and broke during a wind storm, did a great job and I am considering them for future work."

- luke R. from silver spring, MD
America's Remodeling Group, LLC
(443) 567-8283
Areas of Expertise
  • Decks
  • Siding
  • Additions and Remodels
  • Roofing
  • Stamped Concrete
Featured Review

"Nice job at a fair price"

- steve S. from joppa, MD

Unscreened Fence Contractors in Baltimore, Maryland

Case Handyman Services
1511 Ritchie Hwy. Suite 101 B
Arnold, MD 21012
Advance Remodeling Inc.
441 E. Belvedere Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21212
Herb's Handyman Service
18 Anchor St.
Westminster, MD 21157
LaBuda Contracting
1604 Grange Rd.
Edgewater, MD 21037
Timber Tech
12 Birch Bark Ct.
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Things to Consider Before You Build or Replace a Wood Fence:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • What is the height of the fence you want to have installed?
  • Approximately, how many linear feet of fencing do you need?
  • What primary function will the fence serve? (Check all that apply)

    Keep pets contained
    Contain livestock
    Keep children safely in yard
    Attractive yard addition
    Property boundary
    Provide privacy
    Provide security
    Wind or noise buffer

Ideas & Inspiration from Baltimore Fence Contractors

Baltimore Wood Fences

Residents of Baltimore and her surrounding suburbs know that the metropolitan area sports a fair share of variety when it comes to housing, neighborhoods, and even cities. That being the case, it's important to choose a fencing product in Baltimore that allows you to match your new fence with your home and property. Thanks to its incredible versatility, wood fencing in Baltimore is the answer. Here's a quick breakdown of the most popular wood fence styles available to Monument City homeowners, as well as some other important facts if you're considering wood fencing for your home.

A Baltimore wood fence is available in many styles that can fit just about any home, from tiny row house yards to semi-rural estates. It's that level of flexibility that makes it possible for just about everyone to find a wood fence in Baltimore that is the perfect fit their individual property.

  • Cedar Split Rail is an excellent choice for homeowners who like a more rustic look, as well as those who like to retain a feeling of openness on their lot. Split rail fencing traditionally comes in two and three rail designs, and is also well suited for landscaping accents thanks to its less refined appearance.

  • Cedar Privacy Fence is the top choice for Baltimoreans looking for a little separation from the neighbors and heightened security. Privacy wood fence in Baltimore can be built in many styles, including the classic privacy fence design, more imposing stockade fence designs, and heftier framed privacy fence. If you desire privacy, but still want to be able to look into the neighbor's yard and say hello, consider a framed privacy fence that combines privacy fencing below with latticework fence above, or a "shadowbox" style that leaves alternating gaps between the vertical boards.

  • Picket Fencing provides a classic, all-American feel once it's installed, and it comes in many different designs, from refined French Gothic Baltimore wood fence to rougher, more rustic looks. Like split rail, picket wood fencing in Baltimore provides a barrier, yet still retains an open, less closed off feeling. Traditionally, picket fencing can be put up using any wood, provided you apply paint to lesser materials such as pine, fir, or spruce. If you want a more maintenance free Baltimore wood fencing, choose cedar. It has natural tannins and oils in the wood that repel moisture and insects, making it an ideal wood for all of the fence styles mentioned here, and more.

Of course, deciding on a style of wood fence in Baltimore is just the first step in choosing the right fence for your home. Just as important is knowing whether a wood fence is within your budget or not. HomeAdvisor keeps tabs on the referrals we give out to Baltimoreans looking for contractors who build wood fencing in Crabtown by sending out post-construction surveys asking how things went. As part of those surveys we ask customers how much their individual project ended up costing them. When it comes to wood fence in Baltimore, the average cost of the Baltimore wood fence installations that started as referrals in our system ran $2,700 per job, with a high of $5,000 and a low of $1,400. Not the cheapest fencing you can purchase, but when you take into account how superior wood fence in Baltimore is in the looks department, it's easy to see how spending a little extra on wood is well worth it.

Maintaining your Fence
On a final note, it's important you consider the maintenance aspect of Baltimore wood fence. Those great looks and deep red tones that wood fence is known for don't come without a little upkeep. As excellent as cedar is at resisting the weather, Baltimore's heavy precipitation and humidity will eventually take a toll on your fencing. If you are diligent about treating your new wood fence by having it treated with a water sealant/stain every 5 to 10 years when the wood begins to fade and take on a gray patina, your fence will last a lifetime. If you choose to forego maintenance, your wood fence will eventually fail and you'll be stuck with shelling out for periodic repairs (usually in the form of replacing posts and slats). Nonetheless, most Baltimoreans that choose wood fencing are happy to take on the extra maintenance in exchange for the performance and beauty that any wood fence provides.