The style and decorative touches of a fencing system enhance the look of your property and build character by becoming an integral part of your landscape. The many styles of fencing allow you to find the perfect one to transform your yard into an attractive, yet secure retreat while providing security, defining boundaries, protecting your property, and helping to control noise, wind and sunlight.
Wood is another highly attractive material that can be designed to accent most any style of home. Wooden privacy fences provide security and privacy in a wide variety of design choices. Using only pressure-treated wood, fences installed by Alternative Environments are built to last without unnatural warping or changing dimensions.
The natural appeal of wooden fences has made them the most common fencing solution with the two most popular options being pine and cedar.
Hydroseeding (or hydraulic mulch seeding, hydro-mulching, hydraseeding) is a planting process which utilizes a slurry of seed and mulch. The slurry is transported in a tank, either truck- or trailer-mounted and sprayed over prepared ground in a uniform layer. Hydroseeding is an alternative to the traditional process of broadcasting or sowing dry seed. It promotes quick germination and inhibits soil erosion.
Advantages: Pine fences are less expensive to install than cedar fences.
Western Red Cedar fence material should be your only choice when you consider its unbeatable quality, appearance and longevity. The natural oils in cedar help make the wood material resistant to decay and insect attack, increasing its durability and weatherability without the use of chemical treatments. Cedar fence material is dimensionally stable much more so than other woods so there is minimal shrinkage; your cedar fence will stay straight and sturdy. Above all, the cedar wood has a beauty all its own with colors, grains, and textures unmatched by any other fence material. If you want colors other than cedar's own natural tones, the wood can easily be stained. Properly constructed and maintained, a cedar wood fence will look good for years, adding prestige and value to your home and garden.
Advantages: Cedar fences is naturally rot resistant and holds its dimensions over time better than pine (less likely to warp).
In addition to the type of material you choose (pine vs. cedar) for your fence, there are also several design styles to choose from. Give us a call today for a free consultation.
Wrought iron fences can be a beautiful and decorative touch to any outdoor space. It is more expensive than other types of fencing, but it is also more ornamental. Most often, wrought iron fences require less maintenance and repair, and can often increase property value. Because of its strength and durability it is often used for security fencing.
Chain link fence, also known by some as cyclone fence, is one of the most popular choices of fence for both light residential to heavy commercial fence applications. Chain link fence is one of the most practical styles of fence, relatively easy to install, and very cost effective.
As an alternative to wood, vinyl fence requires no painting or staining. It will not rot, warp or splinter. Vinyl fence will keep its good look for years longer than wood fence with no maintenance required.