A Good Fence Starts With a Good Material

Your fence is something that is a big part of your home. One of the first things people look at is the fence. It can add a lot of value, but it can also bring the cost of a home down. We can all agree – you want a fence that looks amazing. But shouldn’t a fence be more than looks? 

When choosing your next fence, it’s essential to understand the materials going into the fence. No matter what company you choose for your next fence, it’ll probably look great for a year or two. Then what? Great fences will look great and hold up for years to come. Other fences will begin to wear after a couple of years, and you’re going to be investing in another fence not long after. How do you know if you’re getting a high-quality fence? Know the material. 

If you’re building a wooden fence, you must choose a material that will perform well. At Fence Masters, we primarily use Western Red Cedar. We carefully selected this wood for many factors. We know Western Red Cedar not only makes your fence look better than your neighbor’s fence, but this wood will also keep your fence standing after the next Oklahoma wind storm.

Here are some of the reasons Western Red Cedar is the best wood for fences:

· It looks impressive. Please don’t take our word for it. Many customers find cedar to be the best-looking material for fences. If you add a stain to your fence after it’s built, it looks even better.

· Termites? Don’t worry. Western Red Cedar is naturally resistant to termites. The wood is also resistant to rot and decay, so you’ll never have to worry about nature taking a toll on your fence.

· No bending, twisting, or warping. One of the most annoying things about an old fence is the warped, twister boards that stick out like a sore thumb. Western Red Cedar won’t do that like other woods. This type of wood naturally absorbs and releases moisture very near to the atmosphere around it. That means the wood won’t bend, warp, or twist as other woods will. 

· Need examples? This type of wood is used almost everywhere because of its superior qualities. It’s used to make shingles for roofs, siding for homes, indoor panels, outdoor decks, and furniture. It’s been put to the test many times before and has never failed. 

This might be more than you ever expected to learn about a type of wood, but it’s vital to know you’re building your fence with the right materials. If you make it suitable to begin with, you’ll decrease your maintenance cost and won’t need to replace the fence nearly as soon as other, cheaper types of wood fences. 

We take pride in our fences at Fence Masters, which is why we care so much about the type of wood we use. If you have any questions or would like to discuss your next fence, give us a call.

We Build Fences

Do you want your new fence installed by a company that does 5 different things just…so so? Or do you want a company that has been doing nothing but fencing for 20 years, has an A+ with the BBB, and guarantees their work?

There are lots of companies out there that install fences, do roofing, landscaping, lawn care, tree services, siding – you get the point! They have subcontractors who do many things, but not any of them are done with expertise. We at Fence Masters only install fences, nothing else.

And our Master Installation Crew is the best around. Professionals who know how to do the job right! All of our repairs or new installations are done with top quality materials by a top-quality team of professionals. Together, our team has over 130 years of fence installation experience.

That’s how we EARNED the name The Fence Masters.

Better Material Better Installation Better Fence

When you need a reliable fence builder for the projects that requires perimeter security and control to your property, choose The Fence Masters.

We are not the cheapest, and that is not our goal. Our goal is to:

Do it right the first time.

Provide high-quality materials that will last for years to come.

Provide you with prompt, courteous service.

To get a FREE quote and the exclusive 20% off on wood fence stain when we install your fence or if you have any questions, please call us today at 405 728 3200.

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