In a nutshell, cedar privacy fencing is still the most affordable way of achieving privacy, security, and adding personality to your front or backyard. Whether it's a more standard style or something custom, Rocket Fence has got you covered. Click this button to see some more pictures of our cedar privacy fences.
Cedar is known for its rich, natural hue and innate resistance to decay and insects. This makes cedar a premier choice for fencing material. At Rocket Fence, our cedar fences installation service not only ensures meticulous craftsmanship but also elevates the functionality and visual charm of your space. This makes it the preferred option for homeowners seeking the perfect blend of privacy and aesthetics.
Types of Cedar Fence Installation Service Offered by Rocket Fence
● Western Red Cedar Fence
Western Red Cedar fencing offers a range of benefits for those looking for a long-lasting and attractive fencing option. The wood is lightweight and easy to work with, making it a good choice for fence projects or for use in custom designs. The tight, straight grain of the wood gives it a uniform appearance that is well-suited for staining or painting, allowing for customization to fit any style. Western Red Cedar is known for its reddish-brown hue and natural beauty. The price of Western Red Cedar fencing materials tends to be moderate to moderately high and is considered a premium choice due to its durability, appearance, and versatility.
● Japanese Cedar Fence
Japanese Cedar fence, also known as hinoki cypress, is a popular choice for garden and property boundary fencing. This type of fence is durable, lightweight, and has a natural beautiful appearance. Japanese Cedar has a pale color with a subtle fragrance. The wood is also resistant to decay, making it a long-lasting option for outdoor use. Japanese Cedar fence can be designed in various styles, from traditional pickets to modern privacy, to complement the aesthetics of any property. The pickets of the Japanese Cedar fence exhibit thinner dimensions as compared with those of Western Red Cedar. With its many benefits, it's no wonder why the Japanese Cedar fence is a popular choice for homeowners and gardeners alike.
To know more about different styles of cedar privacy fences read our blog "Different Styles of Cedar Fences for Homes in Houston"
Local Cedar Privacy Fence Contractors in Houston
We buy all our fence materials from fence suppliers such as Binford Supply, Eagle Fence Distribution, Merchants Metals, McCoys, Tractor Supply, and a few others. We never use old or subpar materials to cut corners. We believe in using only quality materials and always specify what we are using in our estimates.
Whether you are looking for a Cedar fence contractor, residential or commercial fence company, Rocket Fence has got you covered. Our team is dedicated to delivering top-notch craftsmanship and excellent customer service. We provide free estimates to ensure transparency and help you make informed decisions about your project. Call us today or request a quote online to get started on achieving the ideal fencing solution for your property. We'd love to hear from you and turn your vision into a reality!
Cedar is naturally resistant to insects and rot. Western red cedar has been the gold standard for cedar pickets for decades. Recently, Japanese cedar pickets have become another great (and more affordable) alternative. Rocket Fence is a preferred local fence contractor that specializes in all kinds of privacy fence installation. Request a free fence estimate today!
Industry-standard for cedar privacy fencing is #2 or better grade. Pressure-treated yellow pine #2 grade is used for the posts, rotboards, and rails. "Cedar fencing" usually only referring to the parts of the fence such as the pickets, cap rail, and fascia trim and those are #2 or better grade as well. There are other grades but not common and usually a lot more costly than #2 grade. Since #2 grade is expensive enough as it is these days it's even less common to deviate from that.
It is always recommended to seal and stain your cedar fence after it's been installed especially if you plan on living at the same place for a long time and want it to last longer without having to think of replacing again as soon. There are many different stain products and types of stain. There are water based and oil based stains. And there are transparent, semi-transparent, semi-solid, and solid stains. Semi-solid and solid stains are more like paint and hide the grain of the wood so transparent and semi-transparent are mostly recommended. Transparent stain keeps the current color in place. Semi-transparent adds some color while being transparent enough to clearly see the grain of the wood.
Cedar fences are most durable when done with galvanized steel posts, posts set deep enough with enough concrete, and the wood is stained to delay the aging process.