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Wood Fence Installers in Pittsburgh, PA

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Prescreened Wooden Fence Installers in Pittsburgh, PA

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B.Wiles PRG
(866) 936-6183
Areas of Expertise
  • General Contracting
  • Home Remodeling
  • Additions and Remodeling
  • From the Studs to the Paint, we do it all
Sheryl P.

"The final price was almost double what we were initially quoted. "

Shortley Fencing
(216) 430-0523
Areas of Expertise
  • Wooden Fences/Decks
  • Aluminum Fences
  • Vinyl Fences
  • Chain Link Fences
Val P. in Pittsburgh, PA

"Personable, knowledgeable, and quality workmanship. "

Fitzgerald Home Improvements
(215) 239-9307
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen and bathroom remodel
  • Complete Home Renodel
Brenda L.

"They were great. "

Kinney Landscaping
(866) 596-2748
Areas of Expertise
  • Decks, Remodels, Landscaping, Retention Walls
Chalico X.

"I'm his customer for 8 years now, responds quickly and really dependable. I really like how he gets back to me, good guy and crew. He ...does really good work and outstanding vision. "

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RanDell construction, LLC
(412) 208-0290
Areas of Expertise
  • Framing/open floor plan wall removal
  • Drywall install and finishing
  • Carpentry: doors ,flooring ,trim
  • Suspended ceilings
  • Interior painting
william j. in Irwin, PA

"Does a good job & gets work done in a timely fashion. "

Right Angle Construction
(215) 239-9286
Areas of Expertise
  • Interior & Exterior Painting, Fixing & Installing Drywall, Crown Molding, Plumbing
  • Bathroom and Basement Remodels - New Ceiling Fans, Lighting and Facets
  • Pergo and Tile Flooring Installs - Nu-stair Installation - Fixing & Installind Doors
  • Vinyl SIding - Aluminium Fascia - Roof Repairs, Sky Lights, Bath Vent Fans
  • Chain Link Fencing Install and Repair - Powerwashing and Staining Decks
Rob G. in Pittsburgh, PA

"Dan is very detail oriented and works to keep cost down but also does the job right and over delivers. I plan on using him again in the future! "

Hammer & Beam Builders
(412) 208-0901
Areas of Expertise
  • All types of fencing and enclosures
  • Decks, Decks, and more Decks
  • Flooring, both new and refinishing
  • Remodels: Kitchens, Bathrooms, Basements
  • Porch additions and repairs
Casey B. in Oakdale, PA

"Wow! Can I give more stars...Steve and crew rebuilt my deck and front porch. Top notch work with no hidden surprise costs. I will be hiring ...Hammer & Beam again. "

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NGI Elite Construction, LLC
(866) 827-6860
Areas of Expertise
  • Decks, Patios, Gazebos and Fencing
  • Pressure washing
  • Exterior Design
Donna H. in Pittsburgh, PA

"From the first meeting with the guys from NGI, I knew I wanted to hire them. They listened carefully to what I wanted and provided suggestions ...and options. George was even able to show me pictures of MANY similar projects they had completed. I was pleasantly surprised that the estimate was so reasonable compared to others I had gotten. So reasonable, that I was able to add another project! George, Tito, and Peter were very friendly and courteous while they worked. They were very responsive by phone, text, email and George kept me informed as my projects progressed. I was impressed with their attention to detail and, in the end, I have a beautiful, well built, front porch and back porch redeck. I already have NGI scheduled for additional projects and I will recommend them to family and friends! "

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Home Maintenance & Repair
(412) 785-2216
Areas of Expertise
  • Carpentry
  • Millwork
  • Windows
Babe J.

"I think he is wonderful, I would call him in a minute. He is old school and particular about his work. He is very neat! He also provided a up I ...follow to make sure was completely satisfied with the work. "

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Unscreened Fence Contractors in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

AP Building Company
1701 Texas Ave
West Mifflin, PA 15122
Ray Electric Heating & Cooling
P.O. Box 9643
Pittsburgh, PA 15226
Affordable Fence & Railing, LLC
309 Camp Horne Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
Kens Home Remodeling
281 Southern Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15211
Miller Home Maintenance
370 Fingal St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15211

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 Pittsburgh Fence Contractors

Pittsburgh Wood Fencing

No matter what kind of house you live in, or what part of the country you are from, very few things make a yard more American than a wood fence. Pittsburgh is home to many such fences, and unless trends change drastically, will still contain many of them for the foreseeable future. While some newer materials have come along that pose viable alternatives to traditional fencing, like sandwiches with french fries in the middle and words like "yinz," there will always be a place for wood fencing in Pittsburgh.

Benefits of a Wood Fence
Unlike other fencing options, Pittsburgh wood fences are generally installed more for appearance than for function. In a very dry climate where the seasons aren't extremely marked (L.A. for example), wood fencing has fewer maintenance issues and can easily last a very long time. In an area where there's a lot of moisture in the air and in the ground, and where seasonal changes are quite dramatic like Pittsburgh, wood fences require a whole lot more attention to look their best and to reach their maximum life-span.

No, in Iron City and the surrounding areas, putting in a wood fence is generally an aesthetic, rather than a practical, decision. They look great nearly everywhere and can be especially appealing around other natural building materials such as brick and stone (which, of course, there is no lack of in the great state of PA). Aside from simply marking a property line or keeping your dog from roaming the streets, wood fencing makes a bold, but pleasant and warm, statement when put around a home.

Though outperformed in many technical aspects by materials like vinyl, wood fencing does have certain properties that make it a good choice for your home. First, wood is easy to work with. Many folks even have the tools necessary to repair a wooden fence right in their own homes. Wood fencing also comes in more styles and varieties than other fencing materials. If you want your property to have a specific and unique look, it will most likely be easier to find the style you're searching for made out of wood.

Other Fencing Materials
Other than wood, the most popular fencing materials are metal and vinyl. Vinyl makes a very durable, low-maintenance, and cost-effective fence, but, while modern vinyl fencing looks much better than its predecessors, it has not matched other materials when it comes to curb appeal.

Metal fencing is a rather broad term when you consider the amount of metals available. Aluminum is common and makes a practical, rust-resistant fence. It is not, however, as ornate as other metals. Wrought iron fencing is extremely expensive, quite rare, and very beautiful, but will require a big initial investment and a fair amount of upkeep. If you have a real wrought iron fence (not a mild steel fence, which is a different material that is commonly marketed as wrought iron), it is well worth restoring or maintaining. True wrought iron is extremely valuable and deserves to be taken care of. Other metals like copper or bronze exist but are extremely rare and expensive.

Across the nation, installing a wood fence averages around $3,000. In Pittsburgh, wood fences should be at or around that price, but expect to pay more for large jobs or specialty wood. When comparing prices with other fencing materials, the upkeep and service that will be likely for your wood fence over the next 10 years should be taken into account as well.