Our Wood Fences in San Diego are second to none!
When you're deciding to put up a new wood fence, you'll need to decide how many posts are needed, and we help you do this during the estimate process. We are very meticulous about explaining the entire process and estimate to you so that there are no surprises during the entire ordeal. Our walk through estimate process includes deciding how high the posts should be and how thick they should be, always listening for your input.
We pride ourselves in being the top wood fence installation company in San Diego County. We are very thorough and detailed. Wood fence posts are usually made of four pieces: two ends, an inner post, an outer post and at least one cross brace. The bottom post is usually made of two pieces: an inner post and an outer post. The inner post is called the crown post and the outer post is called the cross brace. The top post is made of two pieces: the center post and the cross brace. The center post is called the crown post and the cross brace is made up of three pieces: an inner post, an outer post and another cross brace. If you have a wooden fence that spans more than two feet, you might also need to add one more post, but usually it only costs a few extra dollars.
The amount of total fencing and posts you need will depend on the length of your fence. For instance, if your fence runs along the border of your property, then you'll probably want to install two posts - but don't worry, we'll help you determine what is best for you and your property. These posts will be positioned on either side of the boundary and will reach from the bottom of the gate to the top of the wall. If your fence runs along a private boundary, then you won't need as many posts. We will make sure you get exactly what you want and need.
As far as our wood fence installation process goes, before we start laying out the posts, we take into consideration which posts will have the highest and lowest points on them. As mentioned before, we are very meticulous on each and every wood fencing project. Once we have this information, we can move to decide how high you want your fence posts (after determining this with you, of course!).
When it comes to choosing the best option for wood fence installation in San Diego Ca, there are many different options to choose from. They include maple, oak, walnut, redwood and birch. The type of wood that you use will also affect the price. The more expensive woods, tend to have better qualities.
When you're looking for the right wood fence contractor, always look for someone with a reputation of excellence. Look for a fencing contractor that has the best qualities and has a lifetime of experience and fair pricing with 100's of satisfied customers.
Give us a call today for your free estimate on your wood fence today!