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Residential Fencing

A well designed and constructed fence can add privacy, security, beauty and value to your home. 

Want more information? Let's get started. Here's an overview of different fencing types and applications. Read through for background information or to help you decide which product might be best suited for your specific needs.

Chain Link Fencing 

Chain link fence, also known by some as cyclone fence, is one of the most popular choices of fence for both light residential to heavy commercial fence applications. Chain link fence is one of the most practical styles of fence, relatively easy to install, and very cost effective.

Chain link fence is most commonly available galvanized which is silver in color. We also carry colored chain link fence fabric, framework (posts and rail), colored fence fittings, gates (swing and slide), and gate hardware for all fencing applications. Colored fence fittings and chain link framework (posts and rails) are either powder coated, or coated in a heavy vinyl coated (PVC) material in standard colors such as black, dark brown, and dark green. White is also available as special order fencing. It is not uncommon to combine the two and stretch a vinyl coated chain link fabric on a galvanized frame.

Wood Fencing

Nothing beats the look of a wooden fence. Safe due to the design and timbers, it will keep your horses in and secure. Over time, expect your wooden fence to fade unless you're willing to paint it with a treat at least every other year. Also, consider adding an electric wire to the top of the fence to keep horses nibbles to a minimum. For the aggressive "beaver" electric wires on each rail might be needed. 

Contact warwick@kiwifencing.com to start your process today. 

Call 800-598-3374 or 253-851-5494 for a free estimate