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packages and customize the design to
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Popular residential fence use-cases

Residential fences are available in a range of heights and designs and are a great way to mark your property line.

Residential Privacy fence

A residential privacy fence will offer you the most privacy for your property. That’s because the fence, once constructed, will be solid without any gaps in it. Privacy fences can be built taller than average fences, local ordinance permitting. They are ideal for keeping animals or small children inside your yard as well.

Backyard residential fence

A backyard residential fence is the fence you built to enclose the backyard of your home. These are typically taller than front yard fences. The average height is about six feet. They come in many different materials, designs, colors and styles depending on your needs!

Front yard residential fence

A front yard residential fence is built to enclose the front yard of your home. These are usually shorter than backyard fences. The average height is three or four feet tall depending on the city ordinances. They come in a variety of materials, designs, colors and styles.

Residential fence options

Customize the design of your fence to suit the needs of your home.

Good neighbor residential fence

A good neighbor residential fence is a fence built on a shared property line with your neighbor - but with a twist! Usually, one neighbor sees the “nice” side of the fence and the other sees the side with the rails and posts. With a good neighbor fence, it looks the same on both sides.

Residential fence and gate

For getting in and out of your front yard, why not add a residential fence gate to complete the look? These can be built along with the original fence or even added later. There are taller gate styles for your back or side yard fences as well. It can lead up to your front door, or around to your backyard.

Popular residential fence types

Choosing the right design will improve the curb appeal of your home.

Residential wooden fence

Residential wooden fences are a classic choice for homes. From picket fences to traditional privacy fences, a wooden fence will add privacy and security to your residence. There are different types of wood to choose from, as well as styles and designs.

Residential chain link fence

A residential chain link fence is an affordable option and great for marking your property lines without impacting the view in or out. They will stand up to the elements, and keep small children and pets inside your yard while adding security to your property.

Residential vinyl fence

Vinyl fence is made from synthetic materials and is a good alternative to other types of fences like wood or chain link. It is made from a plastic-based material called PVC (polyvinyl chloride) and is known for its strength, durability and protection against UV damage. It’s strong and flexible.

Residential cedar fence

Residential cedar fences are popular and durable. Cedar lumber is readily available across the US and can be built to meet a variety of fence uses and styles. Cedar is one of the most durable materials you can choose - a well maintained cedar fence can last up to 15-20 years.

Residential box wire fence

A residential box wire metal fence, also known as a deer fence, has become an increasingly popular design even outside of rural settings! It is composed of wood frames and metal wiring in between that allows you to see through the fence while keeping children or animals inside.

Residential fence characteristics

Residential fences are a popular choice to provide residential
and curb appeal to your home.

What is a residential fence?

A residential fence is a fence that is built around a residential property. This is the type of fence you’d have put in around your home. They can be around your backyard, side yard, or even front yard. They are available in many different designs, materials, colors and heights.

Benefits of a residential fence

The benefits of a residential fence include increasing your property value and the curb appeal of your home. If you have small children or pets, a residential fence is a great way to keep them safely inside your yard. They are a great way to give your yard some privacy as well!

Residential fence costs

A 6’ height residential fence in 2023 costs on average between $15-$35 per linear foot. The cost will depend on the fence material, style, and add-ons. For reference, the average cost for residential wood fences ranges from $15-$35 per linear foot; vinyl fences range between $20-$40 per linear foot; chain link fences range from $10-$35 per linear foot.

Fence Components

A residential fence is made up of a few different parts and it’s helpful to know what they are.

Residential fence panels

Fence panels are the section of the fence that go between the fence posts. You can build panels in a variety of widths, but most common are eight feet wide. If wind resistance is a priority, six feet wide panels are recommended instead to increase stability.

Residential fence rails

In fences, rails are the horizontal support for your residential fence. They are typically a couple inches thick and around five inches wide. For most traditional styles of fences, you will see two rails - one at the top and one at the bottom of the frame.

Residential fence pickets

Pickets are the part of the fence that stand vertically next to each other and are joined together by the rails. Residential fence pickets come in three inch or six inch widths. There are decorative tops to choose from for your picket fence. Those include dog ear, gothic, pointed, or flat tops.

Residential fence post

Fence posts are the main support structures for the fence. The posts can be made of wood, vinyl or metal. Typically posts will be installed every eight feet and set in the ground two to four feet. Standard post thickness for wooden posts are 4” x 4” and 5” by 5” for vinyl. Metal posts can be different thickness.

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