We install thousands of feet of fencing every season and have the ability to build you any style of fence you would like.
We proudly build fences with vinyl, composite, aluminium, and wood including pressure treated and cedar options.
Good Neighbour Fence
Popular with neighbours, this style fence appears the same from both sides, providing security while offering a feeling of spaciousness. Good Neighbor cedar fencing is excellent for areas of high wind.
Quality cedar boards alternate on either side of this fence. It is attractive on both sides and allows the wind to pass through, holding up very well in our northwest winters. When deciding on a Good Neighbour Fence, there are many choices to customize the fence to individual specifications.
Most popular Good Neighbour Fence is one that comes with 4×6 pressure treated posts, 2×6 rails and #1 cedar boards that overlap about one half of an inch, to gain a little privacy at minimal cost. Finally, the entire fence is capped to create a finished, professional look. This fence is an excellent choice in almost all applications
The most popular fencing material used in the Canada is cedar. Cedar fencing is attractive and functional, because of its natural deterrents to insect infestation and resilience in the worst of climates. We offer a large variety of cedar fencing styles and hundreds of board sizes
Vinyl Fencing is maintenance free, attractive, and long lasting. Available in a variety of styles and colours, Vinyl Fencing is an excellent investment and addition to your home.
Aluminum Fencing offers a combination of durability, strength and clean appearance. Aluminum Fencing will remain structurally sound for a lifetime. The finish will not crack, chip or peel.
Composite fences will not rot out and require less special care or maintenance over the years compared to other options. This is a great option in wetter regions where wood products are prone to rot.
Corrugated metal is an affordable and sturdy alternative to other fencing types. It’s stronger and more secure than wood, doesn’t require staining, and is usually less expensive than an all-wood fence.
Galvanized metal that doesn’t require staining often results in less maintenance required. Overall corrugated fencing costs less than wood.