Fencing for Any Purpose and Any Budget

Since we believe in 100% customer satisfaction, we will do everything we can to make sure you love the fence you choose. In your initial project discussion, we will be glad to educate you on the pros and cons of each type of fencing including the styles, materials, cost, and upkeep.

The best type of fence to suit your needs will depend on its purpose, the amount of privacy you need, and the amount you are willing to spend. Whether you need a fence for your home or for your farm property, we will be glad to be your personal fencing company.

Fencing Materials

  • Aluminum: An affordable and attractive fencing material that doesn’t offer much privacy but requires little maintenance and establishes boundaries
  • Chain Link: One of the cheapest fencing materials that will serve a basic purpose more than look pretty or provide privacy; requires little maintenance and is best suited for setting boundaries
  • Vinyl: An affordable, popular fencing choice that won’t crack or rot and offers many styles, colors, and textures
  • Wood: A more traditional fencing option created with only the highest quality lumber

In addition to fencing, we can also provide mailboxes, pergolas, decks, pressure washing, and staining/sealing.

Residential Fencing

  • Keep your pets and children safe
  • Enhance security
  • Provide curb appeal
  • Create privacy
  • Define property lines

Depending on the style and material you choose, your residential fence can provide all 5 of these things. Let us know what you wish your fence to provide, and we can help you choose the best fencing option for your needs.

If you have any questions or need help deciding on a fence style, contact us today to discuss the best option for your specific needs and budget.

Farm Fencing

When fencing in farm property, there are 3 things you need to consider: initial planning, whether the fence will be permanent or temporary, and lane locations.

Locating lanes and gates

Lanes should be located at the corner of each field where it is closest to a building, and gates should be located where they most make sense. For instance, if two fields are opposite each other, gates should be directly across from each other.

Choosing between temporary and permanent fencing

Temporary fencing is typically used to manage grazing patterns, while permanent fencing is used to keep animals from straying and direct livestock movement.

Planning your fence

Keep in mind property lines, water sources, and rough terrain.

View Examples of Our Farm Fencing

Contact us today to discuss the best fencing plan for your farm property and budget.