Our wooden fencing Orange Park featured fence outlet installation is a 6’H Board on Board Yellawood pressure treated pine privacy fence. And here is what the customer had to say:
Justin, Blake, Zach, and Samuel did an excellent job on installing the fence today. They were very professional and explained things perfectly.
Yet another quality fence installation by Justin, Blake, Zach, and Samuel. And a great job delivering on our goal of first class customer service!
Wooden Fencing Orange Park Fence Outlet
Good side or bad side? That’s the question most people have when it comes to wooden fencing. Our answer? Most of the time it’s the customer’s preference that determines the answer.
The “good side” of a wood fence is usually the side where you can see only the fence boards and not the fence framework or posts. The first picture above shows the difference clearly. In this installation, the customer chose to have the good side installed on one side and the bad side installed on the other. The customer chose this for aesthetics and for consideration of their neighbors.
Some customers ask if there are any codes that require the good side to face your neighbor. The answer is yes and no. Some Homeowners Associations (HOAs) in North Florida dictate that the good side face the neighbor, but most do not have this restriction. There are no fence codes that dictate the good side face outward automatically.
For homeowners with a pool, the smooth side typically faces out from the pool to meet pool code, unless the horizontal rail spacing is modified.
Some folks believe that the smooth side facing out makes the yard more secure, but a 6’H privacy fence is not much of an impediment to a determined intruder.
The final answer? Pick what’s right for your backyard.
Need help designing and selecting your wood privacy fence? Call Superior Fence & Rail today!
Superior Fence & Rail of Orange Park, FL