Two New Horizontal Fences

Privacy Fence Denver

This fence must be solid-stained, or painted

T&G 1x6's for ultimate privacy

T&G 1×6’s for ultimate privacy

Step the fence for elevation changes

Step the fence for elevation changes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sleek Style

Sleek Style

Clear Cedar Pickets

Clear Cedar Pickets

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2 Year Old Horizontal Fence (by Alpine)

Look into the future. This is what you can expect our fence to look like a couple years from now.

Nice, right?

Old Horizontal fence1

This is at 25th and Stuart. Sloan Lake adjacent.

Notice the boards. They are as straight as the day we put them up. Now drive around YOUR neighborhood and look at how bad some of the other horizontal fence look after even 6 weeks.

Notice the boards. They are as straight as the day we put them up. Now drive around YOUR neighborhood and look at how bad some of the other horizontal fence look after even 6 weeks.

It costs more to do it right (these are 3/4" custom-sawn boards) but it's worth it for long-term beauty.

It costs more to do it right (these are 3/4″ custom-sawn boards) but it’s worth it for long-term beauty.

Well Engineered Horizontal Fence

Louisville horizontal fence

Steel posts, wrapped with cedar, clear pickets, stained grey

This is a shadowbox horizontal fence we’re building (early March, 2015) up in Louisville.

Because of heavy wind concerns, the posts are 3″ black steel. You cant see them because they’re wrapped with cedar.

The pickets are clear (no knots at all) and we’re staining the fence grey to match the surrounding structures.

This fence is engineered to withstand 120+ mph winds.

Stainless steel screws are used for the pickets, and the posts are 6′ on center.

More pictures as soon as we’re done.

 

 

Denver horizontal fence, high quality with steel posts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More pics below…

The gates had to be thinner, so the style is the same but they look slightly different. Not as much depth.

The gates had to be thinner, so the style is the same but they look slightly different. Not as much depth.

Steel posts (powdercoated, 3" 11ga.) set 3.5' in concrete. 6' apart. This fence is ridiculously strong.

Steel posts (powdercoated, 3″ 11ga.) set 3.5′ in concrete. 6′ apart. This fence is ridiculously strong.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very Pretty too.

Very Pretty too.