By far the most popular fencing material in this area, wood provides an all-around good value. There are several species of wood used in fencing; however, the two main types in Oklahoma are white wood and western red cedar. Redwood, white cedar and incense cedar are also available.
Various combinations of northern spruce, pine, and fir are referred to as white woods. In Oklahoma southern yellow pine is the predominate white wood. These woods have little resistance to rot and insects and when properly installed should last 5 to 10 years. White wood is a low cost yet attractive material that can be stained or sealed for longer life. Untreated it will darken within 2 years.
Western red cedar comes from the NW United States or Canada. It is mildly resistant to water and insects and should last 15 plus years. Staining and oil treatment can be done to extend life beyond the average. Although higher in cost, Western red cedar provides a better value over the life of the fence.
Designs from the basic "stockade" to highly customized designs involving expert carpentry are possible using wood. The examples shown here are some of the more popular looks.
We are primarily a residential fencing company; however, we do serve the commercial and industrial customer as well. Our primary product is the SERVICE that is provided as fencing, customized to solve your problems, is built and installed. These pages list and describe the major fencing types and materials with pictures to show our work and give you ideas.
Fencing can be done with almost anything. We have built everything from invisible fences where you see nothing to prefabricated concrete fences that become a solid wall. While not practical to try to list/show every type and style of fencing, or combinations of the various types and styles, we want to list and briefly describe the major types of fence, fencing materials, and styles.
Remember this just gets us started. If what you have in mind isn't shown; contact us by phone or email so that we can provide you the information.