Wooden Fences

A classic look and comes in a variety of styles and finishes including natural and pressure-treated.

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Practical Benefits of Wood Fencing

Wood Fencing Solutions

When you add wood fencing to your property, you not only enhance its strength and style but also enjoy the cost-effective advantages it offers. Let's take a closer look at some functional benefits to consider when choosing wood fencing for your space:

Solid visual barrier for added privacy

Ideal for child and pet protection

Acts as an acoustic barrier, dampening road noise

Complements natural landscaping features

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Explore Cedar Fence Styles

Transform your home’s exterior with our wide variety of wood fencing styles. From traditional to contemporary and everything in between, our cedar fences are available in eight different options. Get inspired today!
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Estate style Wooden fence.

Estate Style

Best value with visible framing on the inside and smooth exterior between posts. A top choice for practical and popular cedar fence style in Washington.
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Modified Full Panel Style Fence

Modified Panel Style

Durable and long-lasting Cedar fence with a unique touch. Similar to full panel, but with the frame positioned one foot off the ground for added durability.
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Full Panel Style Wooden Fence

Full Panel Style

Elegant and Neighbor Friendly: Also known as the "Good Neighbor Fence," it adds trim to the bottom, providing an attractive side for both neighbors.
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Lattice Top Style Wooden Fence

Lattice Top Style

Features decorative lattice along the top, available in diagonal or horizontal patterns to suit personal taste. Lattice enhances the fence's aesthetic appeal.
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Horizontal Wooden Fence

Horizontal Style

Modern approach with horizontal boards prevents water runoff damage at ground level. Enjoy a sleek, contemporary fence with enhanced durability. Perfect for a modern aesthetic.
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Hog Wire Style Wooden Fence

Hog Wire Style

Galvanized steel rods welded at every intersection. Provides a clean, view-friendly enclosure without compromising your property's scenic beauty. Ideal for a contemporary and functional fence.
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Picket Style Wooden Fence

Picket Style

A classic, traditional, and decorative fence choice. While not offering much privacy with its low height, it adds style and is a charming yard barrier.
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Why You'll Love Post-on-Pipe Fences

Advantages of Post-on-Pipe Fencing

strength and toughness

Strength & Toughness

Metal pipes give it a tough foundation for those wooden posts, making it a super strong and long-lasting fence

no rot no worries

No Rot Worries!

Elevating the wooden posts keeps them away from the ground, so no more rotting issues to deal with!

low maintenance

Low Maintenance

Relax, it's hassle-free! The metal pipes stay strong, meaning less repairs and less stress for you.

budget friendly


It's budget-friendly! Get the best of both worlds with metal pipes' strength and the classic wooden fence look.

Best Choice for a Lasting
Fence in Washington

Post on Pipe Technology!

A 1 5/8" galvanized pipe 10" into the center of the post.

Prevent moisture from affecting above-ground posts.

A concrete footing securely holding a 1 5/8" galvanized pipe.

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Estimating Wooden Fence Post Installation in Washington




Durable and affordable posts in concrete last 15-20 years without rotting.




Conceal posts effortlessly on both sides, lifetime warranty included.




20-30 years longevity, elevated from the ground to resist weather and moisture.

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Which fencing option is right for you?

Take a look at this quick guide of the comparisons between the fencing options below to help you make the best choice for your home.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best wood for a fence in Washington State?

Western Red Cedar is an excellent choice for fence installation in Washington State. It is highly favored because of its natural durability, resistance to decay, and capacity to survive in a humid environment. Because of the wood's lovely reddish-brown hue and excellent grain patterns, fence styles, and finishes can be customized to fit different tastes and architectural styles.

How long can I expect a wooden fence to last in Washington's climate?

A well-constructed wooden fence in Washington can last between 15 to 30 years with regular maintenance and attention, depending on the type of wood and the surrounding climate.

What maintenance is required for a wooden fence in Washington?

To keep your fence in good condition, it's important to perform regular maintenance. This includes staining or painting every few years, inspecting for any signs of rot or damage, and clearing vegetation around the fence. By taking these steps, you can help extend your fence's lifespan.

Can I install a wooden fence on sloped terrain?

It is possible to install wooden fences on sloped terrain. To do so, special techniques like stepping the fence panels or using adjustable brackets are used to adjust the slope.

Do I need a permit to install a wooden fence in Washington?

The requirement for a permit can differ based on the regulations in your area and the height of the fence. It's crucial to verify with your local building department to find out if your particular fence project needs a permit.