All Around Fence uses only quality fencing materials that are durable and last for years.
The fence styles listed on this site are the most common fences we build. We can incorporate different options into our fence styles to give our client the perfect look. If you do not find what you are looking for here, we would be happy to hear your ideas. We can match most fences so if you see one you like in your neighborhood, we will drive by and take a look. Schematics are available upon request.
Standard Estate Style
The Standard Estate Fence is a basic style of fence that offers the client the best bang for their buck. The framing can be seen on the interior side of the fence while the exterior side appears smooth between the posts.
Full Panel Style
The Full Panel Fence is also known as the “Good Neighbor Fence” because both sides are visually the same. It offers a trim piece along the top to give the fence a finished look. The bottom frame piece and trim are located 4-6″ above the ground.
Picture Frame Style
The Picture Frame Fence offers both top and bottom trim. The bottom frame and trim piece run along the ground to create the “picture frame” appearance. Similar to the Full Panel Fence, the Picture Frame Fence provides visual appeal to both sides.
Lattice Top Style
The Lattice Top Fence has lattice running along the top portion of the fence. The lattice can be diagonal or horizontal depending on the client’s taste. The lattice is designed to give the fence a decorative finish.
The Kirkland Fence was designed to give our client’s an alternative to the lattice. It provides extra structural support while incorporating a simple design element.
The Horizontal Style is a more modern approach to fencing; and can be done with no space between boards for privacy, or with space for a light and airy feel. A horizontal fence can give your yard an elevated look, and make it appear longer and bigger. Horizontal looks best on level ground, it is not recommended for hillsides or steep slopes.”
With a Shadowboard fence the vertical boards alternate on each side of the rail, allowing the panels to look the same on both sides, as well as distribute the fence weight evenly. Close up, children and pets can see through to the other side of the fence which helps discourage climbing or digging.
Rambler is the most simplistic of the wood privacy styles. From the outside, only the vertical boards are visible. The posts are set to be below the height of the vertical boards, so they are not seen. This creates a visually unbroken line of fence.
The picket fence is one of the most traditional decorative fence styles. While it does not offer privacy due to its low height, it does offer style and a barrier for your yard. There are many different styles of picket fencing beyond the traditional Pointed Top, including Scalloped, Flat-Top, and “Picture Frame” to name just a few.