Wood Fence Installation Broward County

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Wood Fence Company

Discussing your wants and needs for Wood Fence Installation in Broward County, Xtreme Fence provides clients with a free consultation and quote for our fences and installation. Offering a variety of styles for both private and semi-private fences, we work with you to determine a style that will compliment your building or home while providing the level of privacy desired. Choose from board-on-board privacy, stockade privacy, and shadowbox semi-privacy as well as horizontal semi-privacy, ranch fencing, picket fencing and much more!

Licensed, bonded, and insured, Xtreme Fence provides wood fence installation in Broward County. Using cost-effective wood species, most commonly pine or western red cedar, wood fences can cost approximately 50% less than vinyl fence installations. Highly customizable, wood fences are also easily repairable when damaged, only requiring patching of the damaged sections or boards. When providing installation, our team always adheres to Florida building code and local requirements.

Providing clients with wood fence installation in Broward County, Xtreme Fence uses pressure treated wood to slow the effects of humidity and salty air. Painting or staining the unfinished boards will increase its durability, although maintenance is required to ensure longevity. Regular pressure washing and painting or staining as required will lengthen the life-span of your fence. Locally owned and operated, we are dedicated to providing clients with incomparable customer service and quality products.

Wood Fence Installation Broward County

A natural and organic way to secure and privatize your property

With over a decade of experience selling and installing fences in South Florida, our company is one of the most experienced groups of fencing contractors in either Broward or Palm Beach Counties. Our experience gives us special insight into the needs of every city and homeowners association in South Florida, which allows us to easily navigate the permitting process. It also ensures that there won’t be any mistakes or miscalculations in purchasing materials, installing fence sections or dealing with inspections.