Traditional Wood Fencing Supply Company in Colorado
Traditional wood fencing, which has been in use for decades, remains a popular choice with consumers today. With a myriad of design possibilities like privacy, split rail, ranch rail and post and dowel, wood fencing isn’t going anywhere!
Denver Wood Fencing
All of the fencing that we stock here in Denver is cedar lumber. The three key benefits of using cedar lumber here for wood fencing are aesthetic appeal, durability and value. The natural beauty of a wood fence remains desirable in residential, commercial and agricultural settings. Wood privacy fences are the choice for anyone looking to enhance their yard, secure their home, keep the dogs in, keep the kids safe, and create a private outdoor addition to their living space.
How Much Linear Footage Do You Need?
We like to make this simple here. Try this equation to calculate the number of pickets you need.
Total number of 4 inch pickets
Total number of 6 inch pickets
Absolutely we can help you with your HOA regulations. Rocky Mountain Forest Products started out selling fencing door to door and has been working with HOA regulations for over 40 years. Unlike the Big Box Stores, we have knowledgeable staff to ensure that you meet every code in your HOA guidelines. Plus, if you need help with the actual installation, we can help connect you with a fence contractor that works on HOA fence installations.
Depending on what kind of fence you will be building, we have a PDF document that you can download HERE. Plus, our fence specialists are always available to answer any of your questions. Here is a basic 5 Step process for installing a fence:
Step 1: Determine Spacing for Fence Posts
Typically, fence posts are spaced about eight feet apart. The corner posts are always set first. Sets stakes at your corner post measurements and then stretch a line from one stake to the other to serve as your guide. Mark the exact position where you’d like each post hole dug.
Step 2: Prepare Holes and Posts
When setting the fence posts, make sure about 2 feet of each post is buried in the ground. This helps the posts endure heavy weight and high winds.
Step 3: Set Posts
Place two to three shovel scoops of gravel at the bottom of each post hole before placing the post into position. Use a level to make sure the post is plumb. After the posts are properly aligned, brace each post with stakes.
Step 4: Attach Rails to Fence Posts
Install a bottom and top rail to attach to the fence posts. A “butt joint” is a basic wood joint where the ends of the rails are aligned, placed together and then secured. Be sure to measure that the top and bottom rails are perfectly aligned.
We can help in a variety of ways. Download our free fence installation guide if you are thinking about doing the project yourself. However, we also work with over 2,500 contractors annually and can connect you with a reputable contractor for your new project!
Fencing Grades We Supply
RANCH | RUSTIC
Great for the Penny Pinch
Typical uses are for farm and ranch properties
Used for repairs, back alleys and chicken coops
Usually contains check marks, knot holes, and pecking
Typical waste is 20-30%
QUALITIES | STANDARDS
Standard and better grade that your average box store or lumber yard carries
Great for the average fence and average home
Standard construction grade, a few visual flaws
Typical waste is 10-15%
Highest quality material*
Thicker material wIth very little aesthetic issues
Main applications are for business – high end
fences or horizontal fences
Typical waste is > 10%
Returnable or exchangeable
Don’t Forget Your Stain, Hardware, and Screws
Cedar vs. Pressure-Treated
Which type of material will work best for your privacy fence in the harsh Colorado climates? Maybe what you really need is an exotic material for your horizontal privacy fence. No matter which type of project- whether it’s to keep the dog in or to impress the neighbors- we have what you need.
Although pressure treated is seen as a viable privacy fence for most locations in the US, this is not true for Colorado. The climate here tends to dry out pressure treated boards. They begin to warp, crack and twist after only 2 years. Our number one seller is cedar picket fence with cedar rails and post. Cedar will last longer than pine and, in our opinion, looks better for the cost. We offer the largest selection of cedar fencing in the state. This allows us to meet any budget or quality need. Give us a call today if you have any questions about privacy fencing or to learn more!
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Looking for specialty fencing?
Whether you’re looking for split rail, post & dowel, composites, or ranch- rail, we have the right solution for your project.
Additional Information (Click Titles to Learn More)
A Post and Dowel fence, also known as Western Rail Fencing, is known for its round posts and round rails. Manufactured from pine logs, Post and Dowel fencing has been chemically pressure treated to help prevent rot and decay. This treating process is what accounts for the greenish hue that Post and Dowel fences are known for.
Split rail fences are made by splitting logs into crude rails. Their organic appearance has made this style of fencing popular in everything from small decorative applications in the front yard of a city lot to large ranch boundaries. The simple design of Split Rail allows it to be installed with very few tools.
Vinyl/composite fence is on the rise in popularity and there are a number of reasons for that! Vinyl/composite fencing has very low maintenance, easy to clean and easy to install. One more added benefit is that you never have to worry about termites either. Our fencing is more environmentally friendly as well, since it will last much longer than the competition, which saves you even more money in the long run.
A typical Ranch Rail, two, three or four rail system, will typically be made with 4×4, 4×6 or 4×8 cedar posts and nominal 2×6 or 2×8 cedar boards for its rails. We keep all of these in stock and can also supply weld wire that can be attached to your fence to keep small pets or animals in and predators out.