Lattice Fences

If you want to combine outstanding privacy, beauty, and utility then a lattice fence is the way to go. This is one of our most popular fence styles because of its beauty. Our customers have enjoyed both the full-lattice option and the partial-lattice option. The one that’s right for your home will depend on your long-term needs. If you want more privacy, go for a partial lattice. If you want the utility and the ability to use your fence as a trellis which supports plantlife, then the full lattice option is better. Here are a few of the questions we..

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Dog Eared Cedar Fences

Here at A1 Fence we custom-build fences in a variety of styles. Our most popular are different styles of wooden fences, which we build out of Northern White Cedar.  We often get asked to build dog-ear fences because they combine privacy with a touch of class that turns backyard spaces into tranquil havens. There’s something about this fence style that communicates a sense of exclusiveness and understated artistry.  What does “dog eared” fence mean? Dog eared fences have slanted peaks running from post to post. The result is a sort of large, gentle wave that seems to roll over the..

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Cedar Convex Fence Installation

A “convex” style cedar fence lets you combine 100% back yard privacy with a touch of whimsy and personality. It refers to the top of the fence, which will rise and fall in gentle curves. While many of our customers want us to build them fences with curves that are absolutely uniform, some opt for a more customized, irregular “wave” style look. The benefit of working with a custom fence company like ours, of course, is that you get the flexibility to make these kinds of decisions. What kind of cedar is used for fencing? While both red cedar and..

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