Bay Area Fence Builders

Traditional Fencing

EBW is skilled in building your traditional panel to panel fencing. Often the most popular fencing option, we provide 6 foot planks that will keep your neighbors out, keep your family in, and it will look great while doing so. We take time to set proper foundation so your fence will last!

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Bay Area Privacy Fencing

Privacy Fencing

One of the up and comer’s in terms of popularity for our clients in the East Bay Area. Privacy fencing provides all the good looks of a traditional fence, but with a private flair to it – ensuring neighboring eyes can’t wander into your home spaces. Often done at 6ft in an overlapping pattern, EBW is more than capable to provide these high quality privacy fences to keep you and your family’s privacy secure.

Latticed Fencing

Latticed Fencing is often a great addition to homes that are looking for a change, or even a bit more protection. Our East Bay Fencing Team can off a custom made latticed fence to meet your needs both for security, and for design aesthetics.

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Gates

Access to that newly renovated outdoor space is an important but often overlooked element to a project. East Bay Wood Deck and Fence offers custom fence building to give you and your family access to that perfect spot to hangout and make memories – your backyard!

F.A.Q.

Take a look below for some frequently asked questions

This largely depends on style. Some of our clients absolutely love a traditional fence and wouldn’t change no matter what, others are looking for a more secluded and private feel to their outdoor area – so they go with privacy fencing. Latticed is great if you are going to apply plants/vines to help spice up the color and creativeness of your backyard.

Redwood planks have been used for seemingly forever, but not long ago there was a surge in use of composite planks. While Redwood planks are known for their ability to fend off rot and decay, composite planks don’t ever have to deal with those issues at all.

The two main considerations are – Aesthetics & Price. (For Decks, composite is often used because of the ruggedness as opposed to wood)

Composite fencing does not look like your traditional fencing panels, so if you like the look of a nice redwood panel, composite might not be for you. The second consideration is cost – composite will cost more than traditional redwood panels, but will last much longer.

Staining a redwood fence or deck is really a question of personal preference. Staining a redwood fence does not necessarily prolong the life of it. A wood fence will normally lose its color and will “gray” over time. Homeowners should know that staining is mainly to aid in holding or changing the color of the wood planks and adequately doing so may require staining every two years.

When it comes to decks, there are some high quality stains that will help with the repelling of water and the problems that come with it – but it ultimately will have to be applied numerous times throughout it’s lifetime (once a year even).

Never leave your neighbors out of a conversation when considering a new fence. (For a deck, maybe a simple: “hey, you might hear some work” will do).

But installing a new fence, whether it is latticed, traditional, or a privacy fence is a disruption, and communicating in advance what to expect is a basic courtesy and what neighbors should do. Before a fence is built, your neighbors should be involved in the process of receiving a quote and ultimately deciding on what the fence will be – some neighbors opt-in to having an every other fence panel approach in which fence panels are staggered on the direction they face.

Different styles of fences are going to cost different amounts to build. The length of the fence is what determines the price the most, along with the fluctuating cost of elements used. The average cost of a typical residential fence is $2,500.00 to $3,500.00 for many lots.

Decks will always need a personal consultation and evaluation. Generally, the more square footage, the higher the cost – and that also goes hand in hand with difficulty (On a steep-grade, difficult foundation, etc…)