Wood Privacy Fence
Traditional Dog Eared
Dog eared fences (pictured) get their name from the shape of the cut at the top of the pickets, which resemble a dog’s ear. These fences are a classic and economical choice that can provide privacy while also adding a touch of charm to a property.
Shadowbox fences, on the other hand, offer a more unique touch than dog eared fences as they feature alternating pickets that are attached to the front and back of the fence rails. This allows for some airflow and visibility while still providing privacy. Shadowbox fences are often used in residential neighborhoods as they have a more finished and polished appearance.
Board On Board Fence
This decorative fence is considered a “Complete Privacy Fence”. This fence is popular with home owners since its design conceals the gaps left between the boards caused by shrinkage. This design prevents people from seeing through the gaps after the boards shrink. A decorative cap is installed horizontally at the top of this type of fence. This design looks more sophisticated and will add 4 to 6 extra inches of “height privacy” because the boards have not been cut like Dog Ear styles along with the additional width of the top cap.
When choosing a wood privacy fence in Dallas Ga, consider your budget, the style of your home, and the level of privacy you desire. No matter which style you choose, a wood privacy fence can add value and appeal to your property for years to come.
Complete Privacy, Natural Beauty
When it comes to wood privacy fence in Dallas, Atlanta, or NW Georgia, there are several different styles to choose from. Two popular options are dog eared and shadowbox fences, while a third option includes a decorative top cap. Each of these styles offers its own unique look and benefits, so it’s important to consider which one is the best fit for your home.
At Titans of Timber, if you also choose to have your new wood privacy fence stained by us, we will also TRIPLE your warranty free!
As the name suggests, the dog ear fence style has a cut at the top of each picket. This style of fence is an economical way of getting a wood privacy fence for your family.
Top cap fences, which include framed shadowbox fences, combine the privacy of a shadowbox fence with the added visual interest of a top cap. The top cap is a horizontal board that runs along the top of the fence, adding a decorative element and additional support to the fence.