with professional installation it can cost $5-$35 a foot or $600-$4,000 for 100' of fencing. the cost for a wooden fence can vary from $3 -$9 a foot for do-it-yourself installation of a ranch-style rail fence, to $10 -$30 or more a foot for professional installation of a basic 6' wood privacy fence. for details, see how much does a wood fence cost.
the privacy of a fenced-in backyard can add value to your home, but when it's old and worn, it becomes an eyesore. so when it comes time to replace a wood fence, how much does it cost? we'll discuss the various factors and costs to consider when replacing your wood fence.
i am thinking about replacing a wooden fence with 8ft on the back and right side of the backyard and 6ft on the left and front side of the house with one gate and steel post and a stain. the 3 estimates i have $6,000 to 7,000 and one for $7174.
the cheapest backyard fence is barbed wire which costs as little as $1,050 an acre, wheres a split rail wood fence costs about $7,000 for 1 acre. the larger your acreage, the less fencing material you need and the cheaper your price per acre will be.
wood fence spruce stockade economy grade sections: 100% 3 select spruce pickets double nailed in to 2 x 3 square plain end backer rails. pickets have molded half-rounded face with a semi pointed top. choice of top design not available with this style. available in 6 high solid design only. note: spruce/whitewood is an economy wood.
the seven trust's licensed, local installers can help you find many different uses for fencing around your home. for example, a privacy fence in composite, wood or vinyl is a great way to make your backyard feel like an extension of your homes interior, while a security fence can protect against unwanted animals or trespassers.