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Wood Fencing

Wood fencing in Central Florida utilizes pressure treated pine or cedar fence materials most often. Wood has a tendency to warp or crack due to moisture, swelling or extreme temperature; therefore, different types of of wood are used in different regions of the country. Cedar fence is now more commonly utilized in the south due to the process of kiln drying which reduces warping in the Central Florida heat. Pressure treated pine fence is the most common because of its resistance to higher humidity, heat, and pests such as termites.

Board on Board Wood Fence Longwood

Pressure Treated Pine Board on Board Privacy Fence Style

Cedar Stockade Wood Fence
Stockade Style Wood Fence Longwood

Cedar Stockade Wood Fence

This style of wood fence has its pickets arranged side by side and is called stockade wood fence. It is a semi-private style of wood fence. Cedar wood materials are particularly good at responding to stains which gives it a rich wood look. If you are looking for a deep, rich wood appearance, then cedar wood fence is for you.

Pressure Treated Pine Stockade Wood Fence

Stockade style using pressure treated pine material is shown here with pressure treated pine being the most commonly used wood in Central Florida. It is affordable and treated for termites and fungal decay.

Space Picket Wood Fence Longwood
Shadowbox Wood Fence

Space Picket Wood Fence Style

Space picket wood fence gives a simple, classic look offering a barrier for your yard and providing an extended scenic view beyond your borders.

Shadowbox Wood Fence Style

Shadowbox wood fence has staggered pickets on both sides of the rails showing the same look on both sides of the fence for you and your neighbor. Shadowbox fencing is a semi-private wood fence.

Board on Board Wood Fence Longwood Cap and Face

Board on Board Wood Fence with Cap and Face

All wood fences can be constructed with a cap and face adding style with the privacy of board on board fence. Our wood fencing styles are available in cedar or pressure treated pine wood materials.

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