When you rely on our Wood Fence Installers for Hallandale Beach projects, Xtreme Fence will discuss your wants and needs during your free consultation to determine the proper design for your property. Choose from board on board privacy, stockade privacy, and shadowbox semi-privacy as well as horizontal semi-privacy, ranch fencing, picket fencing and more. Offering a variety of styles for both private and semi-private fences, we work with you to determine the style that will compliment your building or home while providing the level of privacy desired.
A cost-effective fencing solution, wood fences can cost up to 50% less than vinyl fences and are easily repairable by replacing damaged boards or panels when damaged. Providing clients with reliable wood fence installers in Hallandale Beach since 2000, Xtreme Fence uses pressure treated wood to slow down the effects of exposure to humidity and salty air. When providing installation, our team uses cost effective wood species, most commonly pine or western red cedar, and adheres to all Florida codes and local requirements.
Providing clients with wood fence installers in Hallandale Beach, Xtreme Fence is dedicated to providing clients with incomparable customer service and quality products. We set posts in concrete and use hot dipped galvanized ring shank nails, making our custom installations stronger than prebuilt fence panels. Painting or staining the unfinished boards will increase its durability and with regular maintenance that includes pressure washing and refinishing as necessary, you can extend the lifespan of your fence. Call today to learn more.
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.