Providing a Wide Selection of Fence Styles and Materials in Calgary for Residential and Commercial Clients
Are you looking for a fence that provides maximum privacy and security, or a fence that will add aesthetic value to your home? Professional Fencing 2000 Ltd provides a large selection of fence styles in Calgary to meet your needs. In addition to our fence styles, Professional Fencing also offers several choices of lumber grades with treated wood, supreme cedar or S4S spruce. If you have a different type of gate in mind, we can customize any fence or gate style. If you currently have a damaged fence on your property, we offer repairs as well as full fence removal and disposal if needed. Call us to schedule your appointment. Here are a few examples of styles we can create for you:
Jumbo lattice panels are placed between the upper rails and are
held in place with one-by-one nailing strips and one-by-six fence boards placed one-half inch apart. Our lattice fencing is available in several wood grades and sizes.
Brentwood fencing offers a unique curve that distinguishes itself from
other styles – you have the choice of whether you want it to curve up or curve down.
Fortress fencing gets its name from its sturdy, strong and sag-free
design, which is reminiscent of fortress' walls. It is one of the most rugged fences we offer, built with a strong, sag-free design.
On Sherwood fencing, the tops of the fence posts are higher than the
fence boards in order to allow decorative caps to be added to the tops of each post, for that added personal touch.
Our Duggan fencing is designed with four-by-four pressure-treated posts
that are cemented into the ground. Strong upper and lower two-by-four rails, as well as a one-by-four sub rail on the bottom, hold the one-by-six fence boards in place securely.
Our Dalhousie fencing is designed with four-by-four pressure-treated
posts that are cemented into the ground. The one-by-six fence boards are placed tightly together on one side of the rails and then on the other in alternating eight foot sections. The alternating fence boards give added privacy because they are placed very close together.
Our Cedarbrae fencing is designed with four-by-four pressure-treated
posts that are cemented into the ground with the one-by-six fence boards placed along one side, and one-half inch apart. Upper and lower two-by-four spruce rails are placed along the back side of the fence for added stiffness.
Our Millwood fencing is designed with four-by-four pressure-treated
posts that are cemented into the ground. Two-by-four dry spruce rails are placed horizontally to support one-by-six fence boards. The fence boards are placed one-half inch apart and alternate as to which side of the support rails they are placed on.