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 often get about this fence type.

How much does a lattice fence cost? 

Much depends on the specific design of your fence, as well as the size of your property. Most of our quotes will run between $8 to $20 per linear foot.

When you call us we’ll give you a more specific quote which will take all of the options you choose into account. We will always do our best to give you the best possible fence at the fairest possible price. 

How do you build a cedar lattice fence? 

We start by milling the wood right here in our workshop, which means your lattice fence will be thicker and sturdier than those you might get from other providers. We make the lattice frames on site, and then nail each frame between wooden posts which we set in concrete.

We approach every step of the process with real pride and craftsmanship. Every single panel of your fence is a work of art, something that comes together to create a seamless whole that you can enjoy for many years to come.

Can you use a lattice fence for a trellis? 

Yes. If you get a full lattice fence then it will be more than suitable as a frame for climbing plants. Some of our customers have done this to create living walls of the plants that they love. 

What is the best way to paint lattice? 

We recommend skipping the paint in favor of an oil-based stain. We also recommend using a sprayer to get the job done. There’s a lot of potential for missing a spot on a lattice fence. A sprayer will make sure you get everything done. 

Just make sure you are careful of both your yard and your neighbor’s. Warn your neighbor that you’re going to maintain your fence and offer to put a tarp down on both sides. You don’t want to stain your neighbor’s grass.

Want to get a free quote?

If you live in the Milwaukee metro area then we’re happy to help. Just give us a call to schedule your free fence quote today. 

See also:

3 Tips on Staining a Fence to Help it Look Nice Longer

How to Stain a Wood Fence

What’s the Best Fence Stain Brand for a Cedar Fence?

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