About Wood Fencing
If you are looking for a new privacy fence or picket fence at a decent price range, a wood fence may be right for you. Our wood fences are available in both pressure treated and western red cedar options and have an average lifespan of 10-12 years. Understanding the difference between pressure treated and cedar wood fencing may play an important role in deciding which option to choose.
What to expect when buying our wood fences
In general, most wood fence projects can be ready for installation within 1-2 weeks. During the peak of the season, overall lead times can grow to as much as 6-8 weeks due to the number of projects being managed. All of our wood fence products are stocked and ready to be installed once the appropriate permit(s) are approved.
Types of Wood Fences
Master Halco is one of the nation’s largest fence suppliers. We use Master Halco as our primary supplier for both pressure treated wood and cedar wood products. The wood products from Master Halco are considered “true” which means they are thicker and more durable than the wood products that you would find from large box stores.
Master Halco does not offer any product warranty on wood products. This is common due to the potential of warping, cracking and splitting which naturally occurs when dealing with wood.
Merchants Metals Inc. (MMI) is another one of the country’s largest fence manufacturers/vendors. We also use MMI for our wood products, usually if an item is on back-order or unavailable at Master Halco. The wood products at MMI are also considered “true” and there is no difference in quality between MMI and Master Halco wood products.
MMI does not offer any product warranty on their wood products. This is common due to the natural potential of warping, splitting and cracking when dealing with wood products.