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Wood Fencing

A wood fence is the ideal finishing touch for the function and aesthetics of your yard. Whether you’re looking to create a landscape that’s rich, rustic, dynamic or pastoral, Seacoast Fence Company of greater Jacksonville & St. Augustine FL has the wood choices and picket designs to realize your vision and meet your home needs.

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Styles of Wood Fence

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Shadow Box: This style is the most common for subdivisions with homeowners associations. Pickets are space evenly on one side of the runner (horizontal brace) and then on the back side of the runner a picket of equal size is placed over the gap. This design allows air to flow through the panel and gives you the same look from both sides of the fence. This panel will provide privacy from straight on but can be seen through from an angle.

stockade-fence

Stockade: Pickets are all on one side of the runner (horizontal brace) and are pressed together. This style provides privacy but once the wood has weathered there will be small gaps between the pickets.

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Board on Board: Pickets are all on one side of the runner (horizontal brace). Bottom pickets are spaced evenly and then the gaps between them are covered with another layer of the same picket, providing total privacy even once the boards are weathered.

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Board and Batten: Pickets are all on one side of the runner (horizontal brace) and are pressed together to form a stockade panel. Where the pickets meet a 1 ¾” to 2” strip is placed over the gap to provide total privacy even once the boards are weathered. This will provide you with the total privacy you are looking for and give a different look than the board on board panel.

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Picket Fence:  Often thought of as the classic American fence, this is a highly decorative style with pickets all on one side of the runner (horizontal brace). Often perfect for the front yard or a low border, it’s a low-profile boundary that will give just enough separation from your neighbors.

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Custom Designs:  It is all up to you! If you can dream it we can build it!  To all of our designs above we can add lattice, top cap boards, and special post designs. Tell us what you are looking for.

Split Rail Fence

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Split rail is typically used for decorative fencing. Made from cedar, pressure treated pine or cypress, this fence type is popular for its simple construction. Split rail can be built without using any nails or other hardware. It is ideal for use on hard or rocky ground. It delivers a beautiful rustic look while it clearly defines your property lines and bordered spaces.

For a more secure enclosure, particularly for dog owners, wire mesh can be attached to your split rail fence.

Durability – The woods we use are resistant to decay and insect damage, increasing your fence’s durability without the use of chemical treatments. Plus, the rails will experience minimal warping over the life of your fence.

Let us help you design a grand entrance! Customize your gate with your design and accent it with an arbor or pergola entrance.

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Wood Gates: All of our gates will be made out of the same material used to build the fencing, and all of our gates (unless requested by the customer or for some custom designs) will have a steel frame and will be mounted to 6×6 posts that are placed 4 feet underground.

Let us help you design a grand entrance! Customize your gate with your design and accent it with an arbor or pergola entrance.

We use all hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel fasteners to build and secure all of our panels.

Materials Used
Cypress • Pressure Treated Pine • Cedar

All of these materials are resistant to rot and bug infestation.

  • Cypress typically lasts 10 to 15 years depending on the soil and weather conditions.
  • Cedar typically lasts (with ground contact) 6 to 12 years depending on the soil and weather conditions.
  • Pressure treated pine typically lasts 12-18 years depending on the soil and weather conditions.

Seacoast Fence and Home services the entire Jacksonville and St Augustine Florida metro area. Give us a call at 904.274.4700 or fill out the form for a free estimate.

We use all hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel fasteners to build and secure all of our panels.