Wood Privacy Fence in Close Proximity Housing

Wood privacy fence installation on 11-17-17

We all love a good neighbor, but that doesn't mean you want them "up in your business!" Privacy was a phone call away for this Tennessee residence. They had a beautiful home in a nice neighborhood that was very close to their neighbors, and we were able to work in close quarters to give them the privacy and safety they deserve. Need a little space from your nosey neighbor? Fill out the form or give us a call at 423-842-8700.

Learn More About Wood Fences...

Let face it... wood looks good! Whether it's in our cars from the 50's or are cabinets, desks, and tables, we collectively love the look of a well sanded and stained wooden piece. Fence's fit in that category, and wood is for that reason often chosen over aluminum or vinyl materials. Learn a bit more about the types of woods from our friends at ReadySeal.com.

Cedar wood for Fencing
An excellent choice of wood for fencing since it contains natural oils which are a deterrent to insects. Cedar wood is a middle-of-the-road option that might better fit a limited budget, and is also rot-resistant, giving it a longer lifespan compared to other types of wood. Treating cedar with a finish such as paint and wood stain prevents it from turning gray in color and increases the lifespan even more. Although some people recommend painting cedar with acrylic to protect it from the elements, most woodworking enthusiast will opt to stain it since in this way, the woods natural beauty is ideally preserved...
Cypress wood for Fencing
In addition to being rot-resistant, cypress contains cypretine, which is a natural chemical deterrent to insects, making the lifespan of this wood longer in comparison to other types of wood, hence an excellent option for fencing. Cypress trees are native to the South of the United States and the consequent transportation costs can make cypress a pricey choice...
Redwood wood for Fencing
Redwood is arguably the most extensively used type of wood for wood fencing and even though it comes at a high cost, redwood’s quality, durability, and aesthetic value make it among the best options. Although redwood is resistant to insects and rot, it still should be treated with a stain, preferably clear stain, to preserve its natural beauty, prevent it from turning grayish in color due to aging, and boost its resistance to insects and rot. Constant moisture, freezing, thawing, and dry conditions can damage redwood. Read rest of article...

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We truly believe that if you can imagine it, we can build it!  We also install custom fences, security gateways, and secure access points.  We know there are many fence companies to choose from and appreciate you visiting with us.  To get an idea of some of our past works, please click the button… or if you’re ready to schedule a free no-obligation fence consultation or have general pricing questions, give us a call now at (423) 842-8700.

Action Fence

"The Action Fence of Chattanooga team has over 150 years of experience. We KNOW Fences. Whether you desire the aesthetically pleasing look of an ornamental aluminum fence, or the iron clad security of a chain-link fence with razor wiring, we can make that happen. And because we have a demonstrated track record with all phases from design, sales, to installation, we can help you find the ""exact look"" at the most affordable price to meet your budget. Being in business for 4 decades doesn’t happen by accident. It has to do with our fundamental belief that every one of our clients is more than a customer… they are a partner! We pledge to be open and honest as we guide you through every step of this “sometimes” seemingly complicated process. If you ever have a question or request, just pick up the phone and give us a call. We’d love to hear from you."