There are a Lot of Options for Wood Fence Albuquerque Admires
Wood fence is as old west as cactus and cowboys. The pioneers of our area used the materials they had to work with, and cedar, spruce, and fir were their primary materials for fencing. Cedar is still a popular fence material around Albuquerque as the oils help keep the fence healthy and stand up well to the strong sun and winter weather we enjoy. You will see board on board and panel fence most often made from cedar, as well as picket of various types around town, and ABQ Fence Company installs them all.
Occasionally we are asked about traditional coyote fence, a style fairly unique to New Mexico that is durable, sturdy, and pretty impervious. Consisting of un-skinned split spruce or fir saplings fastened to a steel frame, coyote fence comes in several heights. It provides a truly Southwestern, highly traditional look to any property. Ask us for a free quote on any type of wood fence and our experienced crews will be happy to explain the advantages and prices of different options.
Traditional Post and Rail and Split Rail Fence Albuquerque
Property owners that wants a fence that is traditional but do not need a truly defensive barrier except to roving critters often choose post and rail or split rail fence. While similar in their post and cross beam construction, there are differences. Post and rail usually is constructed from smooth, pressure treated posts, with 2 or 3 cross rails. It provides a clean look while creating a nice perimeter on property. Split rail is made from rough-cut or split cedar posts and cross rails. It has a much more rustic look, and being cedar, stands up well to the elements without warping. Both types of fence usually incorporate a galvanized pipe and wire or sometimes chain link or wrought iron gate when one is used. Both styles work well with our Albuquerque area architectural styles and hold up well over time.
When Albuquerque needs wood fence, ABQ Fence Company can take care of any fencing need you have. Call us or send in the contact form for a free quote today.
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