Beaverton Fence Company
Considering putting in some fencing?
It doesn’t matter what style of fencing you are interested in – chain link, metal, vinyl, or wood – the installation of it is usually better left to a crew of experienced installers.
Why Install Fencing at Your Home or Business?
Minimize opportunities for your home or commercial property to be burgled or vandalized.
Help safeguard workers and commercial assets and property during the work day as well as at night.
Observe local laws and regulations, such as making certain a swimming pool is enclosed with a fence.
Help your home look more interesting by adding an appealing element.
Lessen the noises from local vehicle traffic and pedestrians.
Improve your comfort level and feeling of safety knowing that your family is protected better than they were.
Get a higher degree of privacy from your neighbors.
Help stop people from getting harmed after entering a hazardous business or construction area.
Prevent pets and children from leaving the safety of your yard.
Residential Fences West of Portland
Many homeowners get fencing installed in order to increase the privacy of their yard, introduce some additional security, and even enhance the curb appeal of their home.
After your builder takes a walk around your yard and determine what features you want, they will come up with a few realistic options for you to look at.
Choosing the materials your new fencing will be made of is important. They build with products from any of the primary manufacturers. They can install cedar, vinyl, metal, or anything else.
They take note of your current home’s design style and color when they give recommendations and ideas. You want your new fencing to match your house if possible.
Nearly all homeowners need three qualities from their new fencing. They want it to look great, be easy maintenance and durable.
For each of these construction projects, they ensure they adhere to all city building regulations and laws related to residential fencing.
Commercial Property Projects
The starting point is usually arranging a short look at the building and lot. They will chat with the building manager with regards to what he or she is expecting to achieve and then someone can come up with some specific suggestions and options.
No matter what particular construction style you decide upon, the end result will deliver security and safety to the property owner, and the fencing is going to be durable, solid and easy to take care of.
Some Business Applications
- Swimming pools
- Driveway gates
- Schools and daycares
- Correctional facilities
- Junk yards
- Medical facilities
- Entertainment venues
- Parking lots or smaller private parking areas
- Apartment buildings
- Outdoor storage
- Dumpster areas behind buildings
- Indoor or outdoor dog kennels
- Recreation and athletic fields
- Tennis court enclosures
- Hotels and motels
They get to work inside business buildings too.
They prepare and construct internal dividers or rooms for special storage areas in the back of stores or warehouses that require secure spaces.
Types of Fencing in the Portland Area
You’ll have a handful of decisions to make when choosing your new fencing, but there are chiefly two major options.
Your two big choices are deciding upon having fencing which offers privacy or not, and then, based on that decision, what type of materials you wish to use in the construction.
The Most Common Fencing Materials:
Chain Link – normally one of the most affordable solutions. It’s usually the quickest and simplest to put in. May have a galvanized alternative with a heavy zinc coating, so no rust problems.
Vinyl – affordable, low maintenance, durable and maintains its shape and color for years. Comes in a range of styles and accessories. Suitable for privacy.
Aluminum – resistant to cracking, chipping and peeling, very low maintenance.
Wood or Timber – classic warmth and traditional style. Mixes well with the outdoors. Can be great for privacy cases. Needs periodic maintenance.
Coated Chain Link – chain link covered with a glossy, protective vinyl coat. It’s maintenance free. Regularly offered in colors such as black and green.
Timber Split Rail – wood poles positioned horizontally and vertically. No privacy or security. Has a rustic feel to it. Usually residential. Uses the smallest amount of material.
California Chain Link – a hybrid style using chain link fence, but having wooden posts and wooden beams rather than the conventional metal posts and beams.
Metal – tough, built to last and reliable. Resistant to bad weather. A lot of design choices and different grades to choose from. Can be ornamental too.
Ornamental Steel, Iron or Aluminum – a wide collection of colors, designs and options including a variety of gates. Nice looking but more expensive.
Barbed Wire and Barbed Tape – very effective for security situations. Not so attractive.
Composite – similar to vinyl, but often is a combination of PVC vinyl and reclaimed wood fiber materials made to mimic the look of timber. The finished product is resistant against mold, cracking, rotting and peeling. Suitable for privacy.
Wood Picket – old-fashioned and classic. Often cedar. Not very weatherproof or easy to maintain.
Accessories and Gates
An Oregon property owner can add a couple of accessories to the design to achieve a little extra safety or to make it look better.
Nearly all fences also have access gates.
Will yours be a gate that locks? There are gates designed for people to walk through and gates for autos to drive through. After you choose a gate, you will then decide on what kind of controls are used to open and close that access gate.
There are some add-ons that are solely cosmetic too.
The most prevalent accessory are finials. Finials are attached to the top of the fence posts. They quickly make the post look better.
You can get caps too. Caps are similar to finials, but they cover the top of the post (generally wooden posts) and offer some cover to the post from rain and snow.
Scrolls are separate metalwork that may be attached to matching metal fence sections or gates to give a little decoration.
Temporary Fencing in Beaverton OR
If you need a temporary fence, you can get that done quickly too.
Outdoor project zones often need barriers to help keep bystanders away from the work area. And short-term outdoor events often require non-permanent gates and barriers too.
They can plan, put together, keep up and then disassemble a short-term fencing, gate and barrier solution.
A Beaverton Fencing Contractor
It’s in your best interest to have an experienced local crew fix or replace your fencing.
Seasoned contractors and work teams have encountered almost all the typical challenges before, so they understand what to look out for. They know the best way to plan your project to eliminate challenges ahead of time.
Is This A Project I Should Try To Do Myself?
If you are going to attempt something you have not done before, you will probably make a few errors. Fence building isn’t any different. And your mistakes might be on full display for the whole neighborhood to look at.
And an inexperienced builder will often take a lot longer to finish a job in comparison to how fast a trained team can go.
The bottom line is this – you do not want your new fencing to look like it was installed by someone who wasn’t very good at it. You want it to be straight and look nice.
Beaverton Fence Replacement and Repair
If there is a section of your metal, vinyl, chain link or wood fencing needs replacement or fixing, they can take care of that for you too.
You can speak on the phone with them, and they can set up a chance to visit your yard and take a look.
How Much Is Fencing in Beaverton OR?
It can be hard to provide a solid cost estimate for one of these work projects without seeing the property. It’s best if your builder can make a helpful visit to walk around the property first.
Once they see your location and learn what it is you want to see at your place, they can examine the available options and illustrate what they think are the ideal choices for your property.
They can also explain how many days the project will take and when they will get started doing it.
Local crews work all over the this part of Washington County.
This includes the Aloha, Cedar Hills, West Slope and Raleigh Hills areas, along with the 97124, 97079, 97129, 97078, 97003, 97077, 97005, 97076, 97075, 97007 and 97008
Do You Work in My Area?
They work the far west Portland suburbs plus the West Slope, Cedar Hills, Raleigh Hills and Aloha areas, along with the 97124, 97979, 97129, 97078, 97003, 97077, 97005, 97076, 97006, 97007, 97008 and 97075 zip codes.