Keystone Wood Fencing

Wood Fencing

Wood fencing is a popular choice for homeowners who want to add privacy, security, and aesthetic appeal to their property. There are different types of wood fences available, such as panel, picket, and board on board. Check out Fencing services

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I am absolutely happy with the wood fencing installed by Keystone! From the initial consultation to the final installation, the process was seamless and exceeded my expectations. Their team was incredibly professional, arriving on time and working diligently to construct the fence. The quality of the craftsmanship is outstanding, with each wood panel meticulously installed and perfectly aligned. Not only does the fence enhance the aesthetic appeal of my property, but it also provides the privacy and security I was seeking. I was impressed by Keystone's attention to detail and commitment to customer satisfaction throughout the project. Thanks to them, I now have a beautiful and durable wood fence that I can enjoy for years to come.

What are the different types of wood fences?


Panel fences are constructed using pre-made panels that are attached to the fence posts. These fences offer a uniform and clean look.


Picket fences are typically made of vertical wooden boards, known as pickets, that are attached to horizontal rails. This type of fence provides a traditional and charming look.

Board on Board

Board on board fences consist of overlapping vertical wooden boards that are attached to horizontal rails. This design provides complete privacy and a visually appealing look.

How to choose the right wood for your fence?

When selecting the wood for your fence, it is important to consider the durability, appearance, and maintenance requirements. Cedar, red cedar, and lumber are popular choices for wood fences.


Cedar is a popular choice for wood fencing due to its natural resistance to decay and insects. It offers a rustic and natural appearance.

Red Cedar

Red cedar, also known as western red cedar, is a durable and attractive wood option for fences. It has a rich, reddish-brown color and is resistant to rot and decay.


Lumber, such as spruce or southern yellow pine, is another common choice for wood fences. It is affordable and can be pressure treated to enhance its durability.

What are the popular wood fence styles?

Dog Ear

The dog ear style is a classic and versatile option for wood fences. It features a picket that is cut diagonally at the top to create a “dog ear” shape.


The horizontal style is a modern and sleek choice for wood fences. The horizontal boards are placed side by side to create a clean and contemporary look.


The shadowbox style is designed to provide privacy while still allowing some airflow and light to pass through. It consists of overlapping vertical boards on both sides of the fence.

What factors should be considered during wood fence installation?


Consider the availability of the wood materials and fence styles in your area. Some wood types may be more readily available than others.


Assess the space where the fence will be installed. Determine the dimensions and consider any obstacles that may affect the installation process.


Select the appropriate rail design for your wood fence. The number and arrangement of the horizontal rails will depend on the desired strength and look of the fence.

What are the benefits of a wood privacy fence?


A wood privacy fence provides a barrier that shields your property from prying eyes. It allows you to enjoy your outdoor space without worrying about neighbors or passersby.


Wood fences offer a level of security by creating a physical boundary around your property. It can deter intruders and keep pets and children safely contained.


Wood fences enhance the overall appearance of your home’s exterior. They can be customized to match your home’s architectural style and personal preferences.



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