If you are looking for high-quality fencing at affordable prices designed specifically for your needs, look no further. We at Sierra Fence specialize in all types of fence installations, and our goal is to provide you with the best fence for your home or commercial building.
Where other fence companies have a salesman trying to force you into the most expensive fence, we’re delivering value. We take each customer through the same process we would use if we were to build a fence for our own house. In fact, we invite customers to leave their feedback and reward our team for doing a good job.
The height and material of each custom wood fence selected are built to your home’s layout and style. We can also incorporate steel posts, decorative caps, stone, cedar slats, and even cattle panels into your custom design.
For Austin homeowners updating older homes or constructing a modern residence, custom horizontal cedar fences are both fresh and functional. Cedar is highly durable and water resistant. We can also stain the fence to ensure the color tone beautifully complements your home’s exterior.
With over 19 years of experience serving Austin, Dripping Springs, Lakeway and surrounding communities comes knowledge of the terrain, property, and cost which are all factored into giving you the most cost effective solution possible.
If you are just starting out, our website offers useful information along with examples of our work to help you decide what you want. If you already have some general ideas, take a look at our company projects to see some of the specific designs we can do. Contact us now to schedule a free quote!
Our wood privacy fences come in cedar or pine with various rail and picket design options. Traditional and Craftsman style homes often include these classic designs for backyard enjoyment. Standard heights include 4, 6 or 8 foot.
Cedar Cattle Panel Fencing is one of the more popular designs for Central and South Austin homes despite traditionally being used to safeguard livestock. Many homeowners choose to build them around their private gardens or as a perimeter fence. They can be more open and inviting than traditional privacy fence and are especially useful to keep out deer and other uninvited wildlife ready to eat up plants and flowers.