Pergola Installation in Dallas-Fort Worth

Explore our range of elegant cedar pergolas in the Dallas, Texas region, expertly crafted to enhance your outdoor space with timeless beauty and shade.

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Wood Fence Styles We Install In Dallas-Fort Worth

There's a range of wood fence styles out there, offering varying levels of privacy and unique design elements. Explore our collection to find the perfect style that not only enhances security but also adds a touch of charm and distinctiveness to your outdoor space.

Board-on-board

  • Enhanced Privacy: One of the primary benefits of a board-on-board fence is the high level of privacy it provides. The overlapping boards create a solid barrier with no visible gaps, effectively shielding your outdoor space from prying eyes.
  • Aesthetically Pleasing: Board-on-board fences are visually appealing and add a touch of elegance to your property. The overlapping boards create a seamless, uniform appearance, giving your outdoor space a polished and finished look.
  • Value and Resale Appeal: Installing a board-on-board fence can increase the value and curb appeal of your property. Potential buyers often appreciate the privacy and aesthetics provided by this type of fencing, making it an attractive feature that may enhance the resale value of your home.

Side-by-side

  • Cost-Effective: Side-by-side fences are often more cost-effective compared to board-on-board fences. It takes fewer pickets to build your fence.
  • Privacy and Security: Side-by-side fences offer a decent level of privacy. As the fence ages, a quarter inch gap can be expected between each picket, reducing your privacy.
  • Classic and Versatile Appearance: Side-by-side fences have a timeless and classic look. Their simplicity and clean lines can contribute to a neat and cohesive aesthetic for your outdoor space.

Horizontal Board-on-board

  • Modern and Contemporary Aesthetics: Horizontal fence boards are often associated with modern and contemporary designs. This orientation can provide a sleek, stylish, and visually appealing look, contributing to a more contemporary aesthetic for your outdoor space.
  • Visual Width and Depth: Horizontal fence boards can create an illusion of increased width and depth, making your property appear more spacious. This orientation can be particularly advantageous for smaller yards or areas where you want to visually expand the space.
  • Max Privacy: With your fence being board-on-board, no one can see through your fence, giving your backyard space maximal privacy.

Horizontal Side-by-side

  • Modern and Contemporary Aesthetics: Horizontal fence boards are often associated with modern and contemporary designs. This orientation can provide a sleek, stylish, and visually appealing look, contributing to a more contemporary aesthetic for your outdoor space.
  • Visual Width and Depth: Horizontal fence boards can create an illusion of increased width and depth, making your property appear more spacious. This orientation can be particularly advantageous for smaller yards or areas where you want to visually expand the space.
  • Semi-Private: With your fence being side-by-side, there will be roughly quarter inch gaps between each picket, making your backyard space semi-visible to people outside your fence.

Fence Orientations

Choosing the right type of wood to use in your fence is an important decision. The type of wood you select will determine how much time and money you’ll have to put into long-term maintenance, as well as the lifespan of your fence. We primarily build our wood fences from Western Red Cedar, but we do provide pine as a more budget-friendly option.

Vertical

  • Traditional Aesthetics: Vertical fence boards often convey a more traditional and classic appearance. This orientation is commonly associated with traditional picket fences and can provide a charming, timeless look to your property.
  • Compatibility with Sloped Terrain: In landscapes with sloped or uneven terrain, a vertically oriented fence can be more compatible and easier to install. By adjusting the length of the fence boards or stepping them along the slope, you can maintain a consistent appearance and functional fence line.
  • Quick Installation: Building a fence with vertically oriented boards is often faster and easier compared to horizontal installations. Vertical boards can be installed more efficiently, reducing the time and effort required for construction.

Horizontal

  • Modern and Contemporary Aesthetics: Horizontal fence boards are often associated with modern and contemporary designs. This orientation can provide a sleek, stylish, and visually appealing look, contributing to a more contemporary aesthetic for your outdoor space.
  • Visual Width and Depth: Horizontal fence boards can create an illusion of increased width and depth, making your property appear more spacious. This orientation can be particularly advantageous for smaller yards or areas where you want to visually expand the space.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What's the difference between a pergola and a patio cover?

A pergola is an open-air structure with horizontal beams and an open lattice roof, offering partial shade and aesthetic appeal. A patio cover features a solid roof for full protection from the elements, allowing year-round use and comfort in various weather conditions. The choice depends on your specific needs and style preferences.

What is the purpose of a pergola?

A pergola serves the purpose of enhancing outdoor spaces by providing partial shade, adding aesthetic appeal, defining outdoor living areas, and supporting various outdoor activities. It can be customized in design and often features climbing plants, creating an inviting and picturesque environment. Pergolas contribute to property value and architectural interest in outdoor settings.

Do you need a permit for a pergola?

Whether you need a permit for a pergola depends on your local regulations, including building codes, size, height, location, and attachment to a building. Consulting with your local building department is essential to determine the specific permit requirements for your project and ensure compliance with local laws.

How much do pergolas cost?

The cost of a pergola can vary significantly based on factors like size, materials, design complexity, and location. Generally, a basic, freestanding pergola can start at around $2,500 to $5,000. However, larger or more elaborate pergolas with additional features like lighting, built-in seating, or premium materials can range from $5,000 to $10,000 or more. We recommend requesting a quote to get an exact price on your project.

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