At Eugene Deck and Fence we concentrate on gorgeous Cedar fences! Are you wishing to upgrade the appearance of your Eugene home? We can increase the value of your residential or commercial property with one of our custom Cedar fences. Cedarwood is very durable and holds up to our Pacific Northwest weather conditions.
Eugene Deck and Fence can build you a Cedar fence that will last longer than fences that are made from softer, less resilient wood, such as pine. The natural oils from Cedar really preventinsect damage and rotting. We personally hand select all materials needed for your task concentrating on quality, color, texture and shape.
Our basic fence is equivalent to other builders’ premium fence and includes pressure treated 4 × 4 posts, galvanized brackets, exterior grade screws and superior clear cedar boards. We even take the extra time to form post hole concrete so that water escapes from the post to significantly increase its lifespan. All our decks are developed on steady put concrete footings rather than pre-made pier obstructs like those utilized by other deck builders and joists are set 16 inches on center for increased stability.
We can also construct steel fences and gates in a range of styles from standard to extremely decorative and ornamental. Dave’s also has high quality aluminum and vinyl fencing readily available to suit any requirement and offer extraordinary durability and resilience.
At Eugene Deck and Fence we believe in providing the highest quality product at the very best possible cost. We know a fence or deck is a severe financial investment in your house and we wish to ensure you get the most worth for your cash. We are a Eugene based family owned deck and fence business, we don’t have a fancy store and numerous areas so our overhead is low and we can pass the cost savings on to you. We don’t cut corners however we constantly try to cut costs and are more than happy to work with you to find the most budget-friendly choices.Fences are exposed to the natural aspects every day. No matter which product you select, or how well you keep your fence, its look will ultimately degrade.
How can you tell if your fence requires a couple of repairs or if it’s time for a new fence installation? Consider intensity versus the expense.