This is a tough question to answer because we have so many different types of fences. As a general rule, for less expensive fences, the horizontal fence will have the lower price. An Ashton, for example, will cost less than a Hamilton. For more expensive models the reverse is true: the horizontal model will cost more than the similar vertical fence. A Holland, for example, is more expensive than a Forest Hill.
What types of horizontal fencing do you install?
Below is a list with links describing all of our horizontal fences. It’s sorted from the least expensive to the most expensive. The links lead to pages where the updated price per foot is posted (we haven’t put them here because they often change due to COVID supply issues).
- Ashton: wood boards on wood posts
- Vinyl Wall: vinyl boards on treated steel
- Holland: wood boards on wood frame
- Garden Wall: wood boards on treated steel
- Hollister: wood boards on wood frame with choice of topper
- Bridgeport: vinyl boards on vinyl frame
- Gardenia: wood boards on treated steel with choice of topper
- Hollybrook: wood boards on wood frame with choice of scalloped topper
- Brighton: vinyl boards on vinyl frame with choice of topper
- Garnet: wood boards on treated steel with choice of scalloped topper
- Brookdale: vinyl boards on vinyl frame with choice of scalloped topper
What do you recommend?
If you’re looking for a horizontal fence we suggest the Vinyl Wall. The combination of treated steel posts and full-privacy vinyl boards is a beautiful look at an affordable price. And the vinyl is guaranteed for life. We believe dollar for dollar it’s the best value in our horizontal fence line.
If you have more questions about horizontal fencing or other subjects we’re happy to answer them. Call 613-736-1122 or hit the chat button on the right during business hours.