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RESIDENTIAL FENCES

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.

Make your home stand out with the perfect fence! Not only can it add a layer of security and privacy, but a stunning fence also boosts curb appeal – making your home look even more beautiful. When you’re ready to make this lasting improvement, Bluff City Fence is here to help.

High Quality Materials.
Superior Customer Service.

At Bluff City Fence, we understand that everyone has different needs when it comes to residential fencing. That’s why our knowledgeable staff works with each customer individually to choose the perfect solution and level of investment for their space. With high quality materials and superior customer service, we make sure you get a lasting solution without the hassle – no matter what your fencing needs are.

Explore Our Diverse Range of Fence Styles at Bluff City Fence

Wood

Wood fencing is the most common type of fencing for residential properties and comes in a variety of styles. By using pressure-treated or cedar wood, you can give your business an attractive privacy fence that is simple to care for.

Ornamental - Iron

Iron ornamental fencing comes in a variety of styles to best suit your home’s aesthetic while also providing excellent security and requiring little maintenance. Iron fencing is durable, elegant, and makes a great choice for any homeowner looking to maintain an elegant look while also securing their property.

Privacy Slat

With a privacy slat fence, a chain link fence is installed. After the installation, plastic slats are inserted through the fence’s openings. These slats provide extra security, protection from the elements, and additional privacy. For aesthetic purposes, privacy slats come in different colors.

Vinyl

There are numerous types of vinyl fencing to meet your needs. They tend to be strong and low-maintenance, resistant to impact, as well as unlikely to chip, rot, fade, or need repair. Vinyl fencing can come in a variety of styles, such as privacy fencing, picket fencing, or solid fencing.

Chain Link

Chain link fences are weather and rust resistant. They are made up of steel that has a protective galvanized coating. Barbed wire and razor ribbon can be added as an additional protective measure.

Vinyl-Coated Chain Link

Vinyl-coated chain link fences are essentially the same as a regular chain link fence except that they have a vinyl coating on the outside. The vinyl coating comes in a variety of colors such as black, brown, and green. The purpose of the vinyl coating on the fence is aesthetic, as it provides a nicer appearance.

Ornamental - Aluminum

There are many great styles of aluminum ornamental fencing. They serve a dual purpose of providing low-maintenance, weather-resistant security while also creating a distinguished look for the property.

Pool Fencing

If your home has a pool, you may need to have a pool fence installed around it for safety reasons, as well as to keep unauthorized people from using it. In fact, pool fencing is a code requirement in many states and counties, so make sure you know your area’s requirements surrounding pools.

Do I need a permit for my fence?

In many cities and counties, ordinances are in place to keep houses uniform. Rules are also in place to ensure safety for your neighbors. For example, in many places, you cannot have spikes on the top of your fence unless it is a certain height. This regulation helps prevent a simple accident like tripping and falling from becoming a deadly outcome. Some places also have permit requirements; especially if your fence is electronic or has an opening and closing gate mechanism. Before deciding on a privacy fence, check in with your city’s website to discover what fencing ordinances might be in place. Still unsure? Reach out today to speak with one of our experts.

Do I really need to check my property line?

Many people think they know their property lines until a property accident occurs and they discover differently. Something as simple as a tree falling during a lightning storm, and you suddenly find you are liable even though the tree was growing on the other side of the fence. For this reason, it is extremely important to have a land appraiser come out and verify your property lines before a major fence installation. Cover all your bases!

What type of fence is right for my home?

When it comes to choosing a fence, there are many different options available on the market. From wood to vinyl to metal, each type of fence has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. To help you make the best decision for your home, we’ve compiled a list of the most popular types of fences:

Wood Fences:

Wood is the most popular material for fences, and for good reason. Wood fences are attractive, durable, and can be customized to fit any home’s style. Wood fences require more maintenance than other types of fences and can be susceptible to rot and insect damage if not treated and maintained properly.

Vinyl Fences:

Vinyl is a popular alternative to wood fencing because it is durable and requires little maintenance. Vinyl fences are also available in a variety of colors and styles, making it easy to find the perfect fence for your home. However, vinyl fences can be more expensive than other types of fences.

Metal Fences:

Metal fences are a popular choice for homeowners who want a durable and low-maintenance fence. Metal fences are available in a variety of styles, including wrought iron and chain link. Wrought iron can come with many styles, including different finials, scrollwork, and puppy pickets. Chain link is mostly seen galvanized, but there are vinyl wrapped options with various colors available as well. These types of fences vary a great deal in price so it’s important to understand the differences and the associated costs.

How much will my fence cost?

When looking to invest in a fence, you may notice the wide range of pricing options available. From affordable to high-end, fencing costs can vary greatly depending on a variety of factors. The material you choose, the labor price of the contractors you choose, the size of your yard, and other land components will all impact your total cost. With the right approach, fencing within your budget is still doable for most homeowners. We are here to help break down the different things that can affect the price of fencing so that you can make the best decision for your personalized needs and specific budget.