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FENCING

Good for Utility and Aesthetics

Fencing is one of those unique outdoor projects that serve multiple functions. They can be put up to provide security, keep animals and children in a confined location, privacy, or simply to highlight the look and feel of a residence. Some fences have to pull the duty of any combination of those things. 

The fences we build usually fall into two general categories: farm fences, and non-farm fences. Farm fences typically have one job to do and that is to keep animals in a confined area. These usually consist of high tensil wire with round posts. But there are many other options available as can be seen in the pictures and links below.

The other category consists of those fences you typicaly see around residential and commerical buildings. These have a wide range of sizes, styles, uses, and materials. With this type of fencing style is a primary concern.

Below you will find some examples of different fences we can build for you. 

Residential Fencing

Farm fences do not necessarily have to look like utility fence and can fit it in a residential neighborhood given the right touches. The examples below can be modified any number of ways to fit your specific needs.

Dog Ear

A very popular style that is versatile. The planks can be scalloped, capped, or alternated to provide many options depending on your needs. They provide a substatioal amount of privacy like the example above but can also be short and scalloped for a more open feel.

Capped Wood Plank

This is an example similar to the dog ear with a cap on top and a rail on bottom. The middle board is added for support and adds to its look. The posts can be capped, angle cut, or beveled depending on the look.

Horizontal Panel

This style offers a more contemporary look but still has all the benefits of the traditional dog ear. A top rail can be added and the posts can be finished many different ways.

Vinyl Picket Style

Vinyl fencing can be built in many differnet styles and offers a low maintenance option, Vinyl fencing offers excellent durability but is typically more expensive than wood. 

Stepped Slope Fence

When using panels a fence can be stepped or raked. In the example above the fence is stepped and meash panels are used between posts with a 2x4 cap.


High Tensile

This is the typicla go to fence for large areas and is very flexible and relatively inexpensive when compared to other fencing. Typically two or three wires are hot depending on the use.

Farm Fencing

Farm fences do not necessarily have to look like utility fence and can fit it in a residential neighborhood given the right touches. The examples below can be modified any number of ways to fit your specific needs.


Three Rail Fence with Wire Panel

This style offers good protection to keep livestock secure as well as domesticated animals that could slip through high tensile. A hot wire can be added for additional security.


Four Rail with Heavy Posts

This is a heavy duty fence that looks good and can also be used to keep

Wire Panel with Top & Bottom Rail

This example is essentialy a trimmed out cattle panel. The posts are standard 4x4’s with a pyramid cut to shed water and styling.

Stained Four Rail

This is an example of what stain can do. In a operation such as this equestrian boarding facility where aesthetics are important stain can really bring life to a fence.

Stepped Slope Fence

When using panels a fence can be stepped or raked. In the example above the fence is stepped and meash panels are used between posts with a 2x4 cap.


High Tensile

This is the typicla go to fence for large areas and is very flexible and relatively inexpensive when compared to other fencing. Typically two or three wires are hot depending on the use.