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Hal Co Fence & Deck designs and installs fences, decks, screened-in porches, and porticos. We offer an array of fencing material options, including aluminum, chain-link, vinyl, steel, and composite, and we offer a one-year warranty on all work performed. We work for both residential and commercial customers.
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Since 2001, Builders Fence Company has been serving residential fence and deck customers in the Northern Virginia area. We construct and install fences in addition to selling fence materials, and we also provide deck design, construction, and installation services. A local company, we are a member of the American Fence Association and the North American Fence Contractors Association.
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Since 1994, All American Fences has been serving Northern Virginia customers. We install wood, steel, aluminum, vinyl, and chain-link fences for residential and commercial customers, and we offer a one-year warranty on all work performed. We also offer a variety of deck services. Our quality of work is evident in the final product; we want to build the fence or deck you've dreamed about for years.
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About Virginia Fencing Companies

Fences can be a great addition to a home’s landscape, whether you need one for privacy, aesthetics, or utility.

An experienced fencing contractor can help you determine what kind of fence and what fencing material best suits your needs and budget. A reputable fence construction company will also work with utility services when it is time to begin installation.

Types of Fences

There are a lot of fence styles to choose from, and different styles suit different purposes. Fencing provides privacy, security, and containment. Anyone with pets or children knows how important it is to have a good fence.

Privacy fences

Many homeowners want their yard to be a private extension of their home. Privacy fences block the view into your yard. A common type of privacy fence is the stockade fence, which is made up of tall, vertical planks placed side by side with no gaps between.

If you’re interested in installing a privacy fence, there are a ton of options for materials and design. Do some research, find styles you like, and discuss your options and budget with a Best Pick fencing contractor. They can help you find the right privacy options for you and your home.

Decorative fences

Decorative fencing options like picket fences and ornate wrought iron fences can add character and visual interest to a yard without disrupting the view of your landscaping. Decorative fences are especially nice for front yards because they allow you to maintain a barrier between your property and any passersby without sacrificing curb appeal.

Security fences

Security fences offer additional peace of mind if ensuring the safety of your property is your primary driver in installing a fence. A security fence should be strong, durable, and hard to climb, and you’ll need to consider things like height and locking mechanisms. Ask a fencing professional to help you sort through options to create a secure and safe environment around your home.

Fencing Materials

Wooden fences

Wood fences are a popular choice for their look and cost. Wood is a versatile material, and there are many different wooden fence styles to choose from. Common types of wood used for fencing include cedar, spruce, pine, redwood, and pressure treated wood.

Wood fencing requires maintenance to prevent rot, insect damage, and warping. Water-repellent solutions are available to protect against insects and warping. Staining or painting your wooden fence will extend its life. Cedar and redwood have a natural resistance to decay, insects, and warping, which makes these materials good choices for long-lasting fences.

Chain-link fences

Chain-link fences are very common, and they’re cost-effective and relatively quick to install. Chain-link fencing is good for keeping pets in the yard, as long as the pets in question can’t jump over the fence or dig under it.

There are other metal fencing options available besides chain-link, such as steel and wrought iron. They’re more expensive, but they’re also more durable and pleasing to the eye.

Vinyl fences

Vinyl fences, made of PVC, can imitate the look of a wood fence. Although the up-front price of vinyl fencing is more than the initial cost of wood fencing, vinyl fences require less maintenance and thus cost less than wood fences in the long run. However, vinyl does tend to crack when exposed to very cold temperatures.

Why Hire a Fencing Professional

Some types of fences are easy to install, but the logistics of getting a fence built often require a lot of time and effort. You might need to apply for a permit, get a property survey done, check with homeowner association regulations, and call before you dig.

Trust a Best Pick professional fence contractor to help you through the fence construction process and take care of the hard work for you.

The Best Picks for Fencing in Northern Virginia

At Best Pick Reports, we have conducted research on quality fencing companies in Fairfax, Loudon, and Prince William counties. Based on survey responses from homeowners in your area, we have compiled a list of the best professionals in Northern Virginia.

Homeowner surveys provide us with a picture of the most experienced, competent, and timely fencing companies in Northern Virginia, and we are proud to present this information formatted for easy consultation. We conduct our objective research annually, and we guarantee that the companies we recommend are the cream of the crop in your area.

Northern Virginia Service Areas

Best Pick Reports serves the Northern Virginia region across several counties including Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, and Arlington County. Best Pick contractors serve many localities within this region including Alexandria, Centerville, Chantilly, Falls Church, Gainesville, Herndon, and Leesburg. To find the best listings for your home, enter your ZIP code in the prompt above the company listings.

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