At Xtreme Fence, our Wood Fence Contractors in Loxahatchee Groves provide residential and commercial clients with a variety of styles, colors, and heights for their installations. Offering privacy and semi-privacy wood styles, our experienced team will help you to determine the proper style to coordinate with your architecture and landscaping. Painting or staining your fence once installed increases its resistance to the elements and allows you to further complement your property's style while also providing security.
Licensed, bonded, and insured, our Wood Fence Contractors give Loxahatchee Groves residential and commercial clients an installation that will withstand the test of time. We use cost effective pine or western red cedar wood species that are treated to slow the effects of humidity and salty air. Choose from board on board privacy, stockade privacy, and shadowbox semi-privacy as well as horizontal semi-privacy, ranch fencing, picket fencing and more to create a design that enhances your exterior facade while providing privacy and protection.
Setting posts in concrete and nailing boards using hot-dipped galvanized ring shank nails, custom installations are stronger than prebuilt fence panels. Painting or staining your fence will also increase its resistance to the elements, while providing an additional design feature for your property. When providing services from our wood fence contractors in Loxahatchee Groves, Xtreme Fence uses proven construction methods to ensure that your fence is properly secured. With a quality product and unmatched customer service, give us a 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.