3generationfencing started as a way to earn a few dollars helping neighbors in the community repair their worn out fences. With a passion for communication, standards in construction and desire for growth 3generationfencing helps customers achieve their fencing needs on both the residential and commercial sides. We do not cut corners for speed or cost and always use the highest quality material on the market.
We truly love what we do and who we build our fences for. You will find a comfort with the level of communication and level of focus on constructing a fence the not only meets your needs but exceeds them. At 3generationfencing we are so proud of what we do that we offer a 1 year warranty on the craftsmanship of our fence. Call us today for a free quote.
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The simple answer to this question is cost, look, and durability. Pine is typically from the Southern Yellow pine species which is pressure treated with a special process in order to give it the lasting ability to withstand the outdoor weather and insects. However, this treatment does not prevent warping, shrinking, or splitting which can commonly occur within a short period of time. It is a fast growing tree producing material quicker than others. This allows for it to be a more cost effective material for wood fences.
Another common material for wood fences is Western Red Cedar. This species has a natural resistance to weather and insects due to its tight grain structure. When the tree is cut to size it creates beautiful shades of red hues and grain patterns. It also has a nice aroma that can be smelled throughout the yard. Due to the trees hardy, slower growth it comes with a higher costly budget. Contact us for further details on wood selection.
Rot boards are not a common practice in fence building across the United States. A rot board is a board placed along the bottom of the fence for the pickets to actually sit on top of, and do what the name suggest 'prevent rot'. The biggest killer of wood fencing is moisture which as we all know Houston, Tx has a lot of. By using a rot board at the base of the fence the thinner pickets are kept off of the wet ground allowing the thicker board to protect them. For more details and selecting the rot board size give us a call.
There are many factors that go into question when deciding on what type of fence to build. First, should be the use of that fence. Is it for privacy, boundry control, aesthetics, security, or maybe a bit of them all. What type of material are you wanting to choose. Iron, Aluminum, Wood, Chain link, Barb wire, PVC, brick, or a synthetic material like Trex. Material choice will have a wide range of cost. Once a material is chosen and its use then comes the question of the style in build to create that fence. How tall? How wide? How many strands or rails? With so many options to choose from it can get overwhelming. Contact us for help in deciding the best fence for you.
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