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Wood Fence Installers in Phoenix, AZ

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Prescreened Wooden Fence Installers in Phoenix, AZ

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Olson Custom Carpentry, LLC
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(877) 881-6009
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling
Regal Fence
(602) 782-4993
Areas of Expertise
  • Fence work- home and business
Patricia M. in Mesa, AZ

"They are great! "

Tony Rivera Flooring, LLC
(480) 567-9206
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpet Installs and Sales
  • Fast home flips
  • Painting
  • Handyman services
  • Remodels
Lois C. in Phoenix, AZ

"I have used tony flooring two different times once for new carpet and then another time to stretch some carpet in another house. The carpet I ...looks great and was done very quickly. The carpet stretching was great much better than the other times had this done. "

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R.S. Builders, LLC
(866) 350-1990
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Building
  • Custom homes
  • Kitchen remodelling
  • Bathroom remodelling
  • Home remodelling
Angelica T. in Phoenix, AZ

"We had back patio brick repaired, front brick wall repaired and front walkway made with concrete. All of this was done by maintaining the look ...original to our 100yr old property! "

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Universal Fence & Gates, LLC
(623) 748-9697
Areas of Expertise
  • Fencing
  • 15 Years Experience
  • Custom Gates, Pool Fences, Automatic Gates, Chain Link,
  • Ornamental Iron, Horse Corral, Mare Motels, Shades,
  • Wood, Dog Runs, Repair, and Much Much More.....
mitchell b. in Phoenix, AZ

"A little on the pricey side. "

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Unscreened Fence Contractors in Phoenix, Arizona

Ben's Mobile Welding
5715 E. Crocus Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
AZ Majestic Builders
15808 N. Naegel Drive
Surprise, AZ 85374
Thunder Struck Electric, LLC
P.O. Box 1256
Higley, AZ 85236
Cornerstone Fence
3547 W. Acapulco Lane
Phoenix, AZ 85003
Cut Above Building Systems
1815 W. First Ave
Mesa, AZ 85202

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 Phoenix Fence Contractors

Phoenix Wood Fences

It's not difficult to see why wood is still the fence material of choice for most homeowners. Its look is as timeless as fences themselves. The versatility of wood to work as picket fencing, panel fencing, post and rail fencing, and other forms of privacy and landscaping fencing allows it to reach into every corner of the residential market. In Phoenix, wood fences are actually the second most common fencing project we see next to the ultra-classy look of wrought iron. If you don't want to spend the big bucks for this customized fencing material, however, wood fencing is often the best place to turn.

Wood Fences
The open look of the Phoenix terrain has made residential fencing generally less common than in other parts of the country. Many Phoenix homeowners still have the same practical concerns of pet containment, privacy, and security that eventually lead them to build a residential fence. Though not popular with wood, a pool fence is also one obvious use for fences in the Phoenix area.

In Phoenix, fence building also has greater restrictions than in other areas. Generally speaking, you can't build a fence taller than 36" in your front yard or taller than 72" in your backyard. Design covenants, homeowner's associations, and other forms of local government can add further restrictions to the design of your fence. A local Phoenix wood fence professional should have a handle on any possible restrictions, as well as obtaining any necessary building permits. Otherwise, you'll need to do some research on your own.

More than just local regulations, the expertise involved with fence installation is something we have to stress to homeowners time and time again. Fence building is, needless to say, about a lot more than manual labor. You'll need to watch out for irrigation and electrical lines that may be embedded in your lawn. Simple DIY building kits may not allow for easy flexibility if you want to level the fence to any contours your lawn may have. Plus, the climate of the Valley plays a larger role than many generic online guides specify. Soil consistency and monsoon winds can vary the recommended depth of your fence posts. It's not impossible to make a fence installation a DIY project, but it's also not a project you should enter into lightly. Even competent DIY fences won't last as long as those built by the pros.

Cost of Fences
Other than the aesthetically questionable chain link fence, wood fences on average are among the least expensive fences you can install. On average, they cost about $3,000, whereas aluminum and vinyl fences will cost about $3,500 and $4,000, respectively. Of course, these are only comparative averages and the price of your specific fence installation can range widely. In fact, we see some of the cheapest and some of the most expensive overall fencing costs come from wood fence projects. If you've got your heart set on a rare or exotic wood species for a larger fence, the cost of your fence can increase exponentially.