Whether you choose pressure treated cedar, or a metal ornamental fence for your new fencing project, all are high-quality choices and sufficient for Edmonton’s infamously cold winters and dry summers. However, while cedar fences are great fencing solutions, they will provide the weakest protection against the elements when compared to pressure-treated fences that are chemically-treated to withstand decay, weathering, and other wood-fence related troubles. And, of course, metal fencing will provide the best protection against Alberta’s climate. For more information on which type of Edmonton fencing is best for your yard, contact Red Isle for your fencing needs today!
Edmonton Fences & Fencing Services
When it comes to residential or commercial fencing services in Edmonton, Red Isle is the best contractor for fences you can find! Whether it’s residential fences, commercial fences, pressure-treated or metal fences, the professionals at Red Isle will stop at nothing until our customers are satisfied with the fencing job we’ve completed. We can help you with all your fences and fencing needs in the greater Edmonton area. We are a top-rated fencing company and pride ourselves on offering the best customer service, quality craftsmanship, and attention to detail to each and every Edmonton customer we serve.
For All Your Fencing Needs, Red Isle is Here for You!
Why choose us for all of your fencing services in Edmonton? Simply stated, we are emerging as a fencing leader because our Edmonton clients know we are with them from the start of the job to finish. We don’t subcontract any of our fencing services to other companies. We work directly with you from the beginning. We have specialized equipment and the best Edmonton team for high-quality fences, decking, and excavation.
No matter your residential or commercial fencing needs, long-term or short-term, our knowledgeable team of professionals can help you choose the best fence for your backyard setting. We provide free fence estimates and quotes.
Best Season for Fence Installation
There isn’t one season that is better than another when it comes to fence installation. You can install your fence in the winter so as to enjoy it in the spring and summer or vice-versa. It doesn’t matter the time of year, Red Isle has got you covered when it comes to all your fencing needs. Visit us today.
We provide services in the greater Edmonton area including the communities of Spruce Grove, Sherwood Park, Leduc, Devon, Beaumont, St.Albert, Stony Plain, Pigeon Lake, Wabamun Lake, Alberta Beach, and the Sylvan Lake area. Contact our qualified fences experts today!
Separate Your Home From The Rest With New Fencing
A well-maintained and high-quality wooden fence can last homeowners upwards of twenty five years. However, more often than not, home and property owners may begin to see signs of the wood wearing down or damage around the ten-year mark due to the materials used, changing weather conditions, and inconsistent insect presence. With Red Isle Contracting, you’ll have one less thing to worry about when it comes to the replacement or installation of the one thing that defines your property line from your neighbours.
We recommend that once the cost to repair outweighs the cost to replace to begin the process of looking into what new fencing options you would like to decorate your property with. Generally, with wooden fences, signs that hint at needing a replacement or new fencing installations are the following: rotting wood boards, leaning across the fence due to wind/rain/shifting grounds, split and missing fencing panels, and loose or missing fasteners.
In addition, there are endless benefits of installing fencing, whether that is for the first time or to replace your old property line divider. Property owners can enjoy...
- An increased home value with new fencing
- Privacy for your family and room for your pets to roam about your backyard
- Safety and security
- Landscaping protection and shelter from harsh weather conditions
- A built-in noise barrier from loud neighbours or parties.
Wooden Fencing vs Metal Fencing
Over the decades, fencing materials have developed to offer home and property owners a variety of options to not compromise the aesthetics of their home. While wood fencing has always provided homeowners with its own sense of charm and nostalgia, metal fencing manufacturers have a wide range of design options available for their customers. Contact our team at Red Isle Contracting for what kind of ornamental metal fencing options we have available for your home!
When it comes to the performance and maintenance of both fencing materials, metal fencing typically provides homeowners with a notably more robust performance over wooden fencing and will not rot, warp, or deteriorate. Wooden fencing, on the other hand, is a more affordable fencing option and can be painted or stained to match an array of different aesthetics.
For more information about the pros and cons of the fencing materials we have in stock, please feel free to contact us at (780) 965-6130.
To learn more about warranties available for your next fencing project, contact the expert landscapers at Red Isle! Please note that The Trex Limited Residential Warranty does not apply to fencing.
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Edmonton Fences FAQ
What is the best choice of fencing for Edmonton?
Do I need a permit to build a fence in Edmonton?
According to current zoning bylaws, as long as your fence is no taller than 6.1 feet on the back of your property and/or 4 feet on the front of your property, you do not need a permit from the City of Edmonton.
How much will new fence installation services in Edmonton cost?
The final cost of your new fence will vary dramatically depending on the type of fence, the materials, and any necessary installation services you require. Here at Red Isle, we work with our customers from day one to ensure that their input is considered in every step of the process. With our quality craftsmanship and high-quality fencing products and services, we have the ability to provide you with the fence that will best fit your outdoor space needs. Contact us today for a free quote on your new project idea!
What is the advantage of using cedar as a material?
Wood fencing, particularly cedar fencing, is a great option for a natural and high-quality looking fence for your property. Other than aesthetics, cedar is known to have a long lifespan, proving to be more durable than other wood varieties. It can also withstand Edmonton’s harsh weather conditions. Cedar fencing is also known to change its moisture content to match the atmosphere and can help with temperature control in your yard. With its minimal maintenance and high durability, it’s no secret that cedar fencing is a favourite among our customers.
Why choose Red Isle for a new fence?
When you choose Red Isle for your new fencing project, you’re selecting more than just a fencing company. You are also hiring an experienced team that provides some of the best customer service and high-quality workmanship in Edmonton, completely focused on creating the outdoor space of your dreams. We use the highest quality materials and instill our standards of quality control into every part of your project, from design and sales to our detail oriented fences installation services.
How do I determine property boundaries?
Determining your property line is very important prior to installing your new fence. The best and easiest way to determine your property lines is to hire an Alberta Land Surveyor (ALS). If you’re already aware of these boundaries, you can mark your own property lines with markers. You should also check for any underground utilities, such as gas or electricity, near the property lines to avoid any accidents during installation. If you need assistance regarding your property lines, contact the professionals at Red Isle for guidance!
What is the best way to obtain a quote?
If you have a new Edmonton fencing project in mind and would like to receive a quote, contact Red Isle today and our professional fencing experts can assist you in deciding which fence is best for your yard and the corresponding installation. Contact us either by phone, email or through our website.