Wood Privacy Fence

Wood fencing comes in a variety of forms and finishes that make it an ideal choice for homeowners and businesses alike. The three main benefits of using wood fencing are its aesthetic value, its privacy and its longevity. Since wood is such an adaptive material, it is very versatile and can be used in a variety of functions.

Whether created from pressure treated pine or a type of cedar, the natural beauty of a wood fence remains desirable in residential, commercial and agricultural applications. Action Fence, a Texoma Fence company adheres to correct installation and treatment procedures, which means these fences will last for many years.

Picket Fencing

Picket fencing remains the most popular type of wood fencing today. This style works in any application and has many options available to customize its appearance. When more security is necessary, privacy fencing can provide both style and safety. Both homeowners and businesses appreciate the seclusion and protection that a privacy fence provides. For a post and rail fence, wood continues to be the most practical and economical solution. Wood is not only an environmentally sound choice; it is also cost-effective to cover large areas of land using a wood post and rail fence.

No matter what the type and style of fence, the use of wood will add a natural beauty. Through Action Fence’s correct design and installation, a wood fence will serve its purpose for many years to come.

Action Fence, A Texoma Fence Company uses a wide range of materials to construct your wood fence. Each type of wood has certain characteristics that make it ideal for fencing.

Whitewoods are common throughout the Texoma area; the species of wood classified as whitewoods are pine, spruce and fir. These boards tend to appear white when first installed. Western red cedar is one of our most requested wood types. Cedar naturally resists insect damage and rot. Redwood fencing has also grown in popularity. This beautiful wood will last many years with proper care. Southern yellow pine may also be considered; this strong, durable wood is also economical. Whitewoods

Western Red CedarBottom Left: Southern yellow pine
/ Top Right: Western red cedar

While Action Fence, A Texoma Fence Company has a variety of types of wood to choose between, 80 percent of fences are made of Western red cedar or pressure treated pine. Western red cedar and Southern yellow pine are widely available throughout the Texoma area.

Southern yellow pine is a popular choice because it is strong and inexpensive. By undergoing the pressure-treatment process, pine increases its resistance to decay and insects.

Western red cedar remains our most popular species of wood used in fencing because of its natural beauty and longevity. While this type of wood costs a bit more than Southern yellow pine, it naturally resists warping and rotting in most situations.

Fence Topper

Fence Topper

Fence toppers add beauty and elegance to any fence. Action Fence, A Texoma Fence Company offers a variety of toppers.

Pet Window

For the Dogs: A Peekaboo Window in the Fence. Pets often run back and forth alongside the fence in hopes of catching a glimpse of what is on the other side. Action Fence, A Texoma Fence Company professionally installs a pet peek-through window to your wood privacy fence. It can help stop excessive barking since your pet will be able to see what they smell or hear just outside the fence. Curiosity may have killed the cat, but dogs can be pretty darn nosy too. So, let your pup see the world beyond your backyard with a pet window in your privacy wood fence.

Pet Window