Wood is an affordable choice for homeowners, but doesn't often have the durability of other fencing types, leading to this fence type needing repair or replacement more often. Still, it remains a popular choice for both homeowners and businesses alike due to its rustic charm and ease of installation. View our wood gallery for more examples.
Ornamental fencing is a strong choice for fencing as it's often made out of steel or aluminum. Ornamental fencing is a great material for gates as well, giving any home or business a feeling of stability and security, as well as an old world, polished look. View our ornamental gallery for more examples.
Vinyl is a common material for residential fencing, as it's easy to maintain while still giving off a polished look. Along with wood, vinyl fencing affords homeowners a greater deal of customization with numerous styles and colors to mix and match. Other uses for vinyl fencing include: pool and other enclosures, ornamental fencing, and privacy fencing. View our vinyl gallery for more examples.
Chain link is a common material found in both commercial and residential fencing, from everything to parks and public works buildings to schools and pet enclosures. Though not as customizable as vinyl, chain link can be customized with vinyl or aluminum slats or a PVC coating can be applied in several colors (black, green. and brown being most common). View our chain link gallery for more examples.
Most people know guardrails as a commercial installation, usually found on the sides of highways and steep roads, but guardrails can be used at residential sites as well. Most often made of steel or wood, they can be used as barriers for front or backyards or on sharp curves where drivers may not otherwise notice the presence of a residential lot. Visit our guardrail gallery for more examples.