When homeowners and business owners in Naperville are looking for wood fence materials, it is often a tough decision if you haven't thought of your options yet. There are many choices of fencing materials to pick from, so often the decision is not the easiest.
There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing the fence material for your fence installation.
Questions to ask yourself:
Privacy Fence Materials
Wood fencing offers fantastic privacy. It works great for scenic backyards that you want to be able to retain the natural landscape but still keep your pets and children in the yard. The downfall is wood is known for shrinkage over time due to moisture and weather conditions, which may cause gaps in the fence pickets over time.
Life Span of a Fence
How long does a fence last?
Wood fence is a great option for those that want a long-lasting fence with little to no maintenance in the long run. Expect 15+ years of life from your new wood fence installation. With maintenance after the 10-15 year mark, you could see 20+ years out of your new wooden fence.
Wood fencing requires little to no maintenance between 10 and 15 years. Wood fencing has cedar as its most common material choice, but pressure treated pine is also a good option.
There are a few styles of wooden fencing. First is privacy, second is picket (spaces in between), and third is horizontal board. There are also many variations in between with varying post caps, picket styles, etc.
Wood Fence Installations
Here are some of the aluminum fence installations from Naperville Fence: