Seattle Fence Builder
Would some new fencing improve your home or business property?
Whatever form of fencing you are looking at – chain link, metal, vinyl, wood, bamboo – most installation jobs should be carried out by a specialist.
Ways Fences Can Help Homeowners
Help keep uninvited individuals away from your home or commercial property.
Help to protect commercial properties, important assets, inventory and personnel.
Limit individuals from walking or driving into an area they should not be in.
Introduce some visual appeal to a residential lot. Make your whole yard look better.
Block out vehicle traffic and pedestrian sights and noise.
Raise your peace of mind knowing your kids and pets are better protected.
Get more privacy from your neighbors.
Stop people from inadvertently entering unsafe work or building areas.
Know that your children can’t simply wander away from home. And know where your dog is.
Homeowners in King County
Homeowners want fencing which will look good and give them some additional security for their family. And if it delivers some privacy too, that is a bonus.
Experienced installers prefer to see your yard and speak about it to you. When they know what you like and want, they can show you the right alternatives. Then you just decide which option you like best.
You have access to all the best vinyl, cedar, steel and chain link producers and products. They can build any package you like.
An important factor with residential fencing is that it should go with the look of your house regarding architecture, style and colors.
They can show you samples of good looking but sturdy materials that are suited to our section of the county and will resist the weather here in Western Washington.
They are aware of what the local building codes concerning perimeter and swimming pool fencing is, therefore they will follow them.
Fences for Business Properties
Your builder will like to perform a simple walk around and discuss with the building manager about what features they are focused on before they are able to come up with a recommendation on potential alternatives and options.
The proper fencing uses reliable materials, is strong, won’t require much upkeep, will last long and look decent.
Some Common Installation Locations
- Trash and recycling spaces in the back of buildings
- Recreation fields
- Basketball court fencing
- Equipment yards
- Parking lots or private parking areas
- Outdoor swimming pools
- Driveway gates
- Daycare facilities and schools
- Health treatment centers
- Hotels and resorts
- Apartments and condominiums
- Commercial storage buildings
- Outdoor venues
- Correctional facilities
- Golf courses
They can also work inside of commercial buildings to plan and put together interior dividers and storage cages.
Which Style is Best For You?
You have several options when it comes to building your new fence.
The two biggest options are whether you need a privacy or a non-privacy fence and which building components you want the fencing created with.
Popular Fencing Choices:
Chain Link – often one of the affordable options. It may be the fastest and simplest to build. May have a galvanized option. Galvanized products arrive with a heavy zinc coating, so no rusting issues.
Timber Split Rail – timber poles positioned vertically and horizontally. No privacy or security. Has a country feel to it. Usually residential. Uses a small amount of material. An affordable option, particularly for large areas.
Barbed Wire and Barbed Tape – common, very effective for security situations. Not very attractive.
Aluminum – resistant to cracking, chipping and peeling, no maintenance.
Steel – tough, long lasting and reliable. Resistant to weather damage. Plenty of layout alternatives and various costs to choose from. Can be ornamental.
PVC Coated Chain Link – chain link covered by a glossy, protecting vinyl coat. It’s maintenance free. Typically offered in colors such as black and brown.
Ornamental Metal or Iron – a big variety of styles, layouts and options including different styles of gates. Great looking but higher priced.
Vinyl – affordable, maintenance free, weather resistant and preserves its look and color for years. Comes in a variety of styles and accessories. Good for privacy.
Composite – similar to vinyl, but usually is a blend of synthetic vinyl and recycled wood fibers built to resemble the look of timber and wood. The finish is resistant against mold, cracking, peeling and rotting. Good for privacy.
Barbed Wire – very effective for security situations. Not so attractive.
Wood Picket – traditional and ageless. Often cedar. Not weatherproof or maintenance free.
Wood or Timber – classic charm and traditional style. Blends well with the outdoors. Can be terrific for privacy cases. Needs periodic maintenance.
California Chain Link – a hybrid style using chain link fence, but using lumber posts and wooden beams rather than the regular metal posts and beams.
Adding a Gate and Accessories
A property owner can add some accessories to the design to achieve a little more safety or to simply make it look better.
Some choices are for safety and security. Driveway or pedestrian gates will often have locks. Those locks will come with options about how the controls work that lock those gates. For example, there are coded keypads, remote devices and card reader alternatives.
Many of the rest of the common finishing touches have to do with improving the physical appearance of your project.
The most common appearance accessory may be finials. A finial attaches to the top of a post and makes it appear a little more fancy. Caps are common too. They rest on top of the post as well, but they also actually cover the post top and offer protection from rain, snow and sun.
The final group to mention are scrolls. Scrolls are matching metalwork which can be added to gates or sections of metal fencing. They will create additional visual appeal.
Temporary Safety and Security Fence in Seattle
If you are expected to build a temporary fence, they can help you do that.
Construction sites often need, or are required to have, a simple fence to keep people outside the working area. Big outside events need perimeter barriers too.
They will build a temporary barrier to keep people out (and keep your stuff in). It will be functional more than attractive.
A Seattle Fencing Contractor
You don’t have to be a perfect handyman in order to build a contemporary fence. But it can be difficult to do a perfect job.
Professional installers have observed all the potential problems before, so they know how to get around them. They understand the entire process and the tricks to keep your project moving quickly.
Should I Try To Build It Myself?
Unless you have a lot of time to yourself and you have done remodeling jobs like this before, it’s probably better if you don’t accept this job by yourself.
A knowledgeable construction crew is able to plan and manage the entire process so that the assembly goes smoothly and quickly.
As a final point, months from when the project is finished, you want your fencing to become an asset to your property, you want it to look like a qualified professional built it.
Seattle Fence Replacement and Repair
If there is a section of your metal, vinyl, chain link or cedar fencing needs replacement or fixing, they can take care of that for you too.
Tell them a little bit about what you’re seeing. You can set up a time to come by and take a look at it.
Fence Prices Near Seattle
It is difficult to generate a thorough price quote on the phone without being able to see the actual property, but if you call, they will do their best. If it all works out, they can set up a time to drive by your lot and take a look.
Once they spend a little time talking with you on what you want to achieve with this construction project, they will draw up some ideas and choices. You can look at these choices and choose which plan you like the best.
They will also examine their upcoming schedule of projects and give you a guess about when they would begin and when they would finish.
They build these projects all over the metro area and King County.
This includes the downtown areas of First Hill, SoDo, Pioneer Square, South Lake Union, International District and Belltown (98121, 98101, 98104 and 98109), plus all of the suburbs from Lynnwood to Sea-Tac and over through Bellevue.
Why don’t you talk it over sometime?
Do You Work in the Seattle Area?
Dependable crews are working on homes and businesses all around the metro area, including the downtown neighborhoods: South Lake Union, SoDo, International District, Pioneer Square, First Hill and Belltown (98109, 98104, 98101 and 98121)
They also work in almost any of the suburbs: Ballard, Beacon Hill, Burien, Capitol Hill, Central District, Edmonds, Fremont, Greenwood, Highland Park, Industrial District, Kent, Kirkland, Lake City, Lynnwood, Magnolia, Mercer Island, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Northgate, Queen Anne, Renton, SeaTac, Shoreline, Tukwila, University District and West Seattle.