|Fence Styles:: Cedar Fencing
Wooden fences come in a variety of grades and species. The species choice is a determinant of the aesthetics and longevity of your fence.
We offer number one grade cedar as our primary choice of material for our wooden fence panels. A cedar grading guide, courtesy of SWP Industries is available for your reference.
Mahogany is also available upon request.
Eastern White Cedar makes the bulk of our solid panels, standard pickets and rails. Red Cedar is used to construct our 2" spindle picket (victorian) style panels as well as our caps.
A cedar fence should be your only choice when you consider its unbeatable quality, appearance, and longevity. The natural oils in cedar help make the wood material resistant to decay and insect attack, increasing its durability and weatherability without the use of chemical treatments. Cedar fence material more dimensionally stable than other woods preventing shrinkage; your cedar fence will stay straight and sturdy compared to non-cedar options.
Above all, the cedar wood has a beauty all its own with colors, grains, and textures unmatched by any other fence material. If you want colors other than cedar's own natural tones, the wood can easily be stained.
Properly constructed, installed and maintained, a cedar wood fence will look good for years, adding prestige and value to your home and garden.
A proper installation ensures this value. All of our installation crews are full time employees of Paragon and receive competitive compensation.
Keeping our team happy and loyal translates into the highest quality workmanship for our customers.
Paragon uses the top grades of cedar fence, as well as the best species for a Connecticut / New England climate.
You can either Request A Quote Online for installation, or order the material only for a do-it-yourself
installation in which we will provide phone support if needed. Need help figuring out what you need to order? Call or e-mail (email@example.com) and we will be happy to help you.
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