Timber Fencing

Wooden Fencing

Timber Fencing

Wooden fences provide solutions for many residential applications. Timber can be used decoratively, with rustic-style board or rail fencing that divides property lines and creates appeal for landscaping. You may also like wooden picket fencing, or wooden privacy fencing which work well in many domestic applications.

Timber may use natural, treated, or painted wood to provide sturdy and beautiful fencing for your home or property. Wood and boards can be painted in any colour you choose to best complement your home and the surrounding land.

Types of Timber Fencing

There are many varieties available that serve different purposes.

Rural board and rail fencing is used for decoration in many cases. It was originally designed to hold horses or other livestock, and can also be used for that purpose. It’s important to let us know what exactly you expect from your fence, as some designs are strictly decorative and not suitable for containing horses or livestock.

Wooden privacy fences utilize many vertical boards mounted close together. This design keeps children and pets in your yard, but might not be good for securing some determined dogs. They are installed above the ground, to prevent rotting, making it easy for a dog to dig his way out. They are good for discouraging unwanted guests, but will not stop a determined trespasser.

Picket fences are decorative in nature and provide visual boundaries. They are generally around 1.2 meters high and often used at the front of residential homes. They are able to contain children and pets without limiting any views, and most are painted white or whitewashed.

Eco-Friendly Wood Fencing

Wooden fencing comes from renewable resources. Team Work Fencing contractors only use sustainably sourced timber for our installations. We observe industry best practices to ensure your project has the smallest environmental footprint possible.

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