Cedar Wood Fencing Sales & Installation
The most popular wood for exterior use in New England is Cedar. Cedar is the natural choice because of its beauty, practicality and durability. It is naturally resistant to decay, insect and weather damage.
All of our cedar fence panels are custom fabricated, unlike most of our competitors. Our cedar fence materials are Northern White Cedar shipped directly from the saw mills.
Wind and weather, cold and heat, all take a toll on your fence. But studies show cedar greatly outlasts other woods.
Due to white cedar’s natural beauty, it’s been the choice of craftsmen as the preferred material for fencing for years. White Cedar fence will naturally weather to a classic silver grey, or you can stain your cedar fence to a color of your choice.
Perhaps most importantly, it’s rich grain, texture, and color enhances and compliments any architectural style. It fits naturally with the great outdoors.
Pickets are flat on one side and curved on the face and typically pointed.
Cedar pickets are 3/4” thick by 3” wide, available in 3’, 4’, 5’, 6’ & 8’ lengths.
Boards are flat on both sides and planed smooth.
Cedar boards are 3/4” thick x 3 ½” wide, available in 3’, 4’, 5’, 6’ & 8’ lengths.
Posts and Rails are pressure treated.
Most cedar fence panels are built standard 8’ wide, but can be built to your needs from 12” wide up to 10’ wide.
All natural wood installed by us is still fresh from the logging farms. The wood will dry over time. A process called checking may occur in your posts, boards, pickets and rails. The drawing below shows a "crack" where moisture has escaped. This process does not affect the structural performance or integrity of your fence.