A Picket Fence Makes a Fine Adornment to Any Yard in Northern Virginia & Maryland
The picket fence—so often included in our collective vision of a dream home that it’s as American as apple pie. If you’ve always wanted a picket fence for your home or your current fence is deteriorating and needs an update, you can entrust your project to Builders Fence Company. We offer a range of picket fence designs and materials, as well as exceptional installation services for homeowners in Aldie and other cities in Northern Virginia and Maryland.
Picket Fence Designs
Picket fences follow a straightforward design and typically consist of a row of standing vertical boards supported by a horizontal rail. At Builders Fence Company, our pickets are available in different styles, including the pointed Gothic and mostly flat Dog Ear. Additionally, we offer space-board picket fences, where rows of pickets are separated by a larger vertical board. The tops of the pickets between the space boards can form an upward arch (Monticello style) or a downward curve (Mount Vernon style). Our fence specialists will be happy to provide more details about our picket fence designs and help you choose the best one for your home.
Builders Fence Company can build your new picket fence with your choice of natural-wood, vinyl, or aluminum materials. Here are some benefits of each:
- Pine fencing – economical and treated for weather resistance
- Western red cedar fencing – inherently strong and can last for decades
- Vinyl fencing – easy to clean and never needs to be sanded or painted
- Aluminum fencing – looks like wrought-iron but will never rot or rust
No matter which material is right for your project, you can expect a beautiful new picket fence that is installed properly to enhance your yard for years.
Contact Us Today
The first step toward a gorgeous new picket fence for your yard is a free consultation with our knowledgeable team. Contact Builders Fence Company today to schedule yours! We’re based in Sterling and serve homeowners in Aldie and other cities in Northern Virginia and Maryland.