Wood Fencing in Yorba Linda
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Wrought Iron Fencing Yorba Linda
Patio Covers Yorba Linda
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Fence Construction Yorba Linda
Fences in Yorba Linda
We deliver and build glass, wood, composite, vinyl, steel and aluminum fences. We install on slabs, in-ground, and on top of walls.
Fences deliver separation between properties, and furnish either solitude or openness contingent upon what is necessary. For example, openness might be needed because of either a pool or a nice view. Sprinklers or pool water and the moisture in the air in our area makes steel rust and rot, so for openness the best answer is aluminum or vinyl. Steel fencing is regularly called wrought iron, but that is an inaccurate term because wrought iron won’t rust, while mild steel definitely does. Aluminum fences have a similar small profile as steel, however vinyl fencing will have larger supports or shapes. Both aluminum and vinyl are high-quality materials around pools because they don’t rot or require painting even when exposed to lots of water. Dark colors are not offered in vinyl.
For strong fencing, vinyl or composites are preferred because once again they don’t rot or decompose. White is customary for vinyl, however we carry an especially good looking tan vinyl with a texture making it different from the customary manufactured material.
Another pool fence alternative is a detachable fence such as the style produced by “Baby-loc”. This is designed with a netting material to keep young ones out and requires either fiberglass or aluminum poles that are put into fittings exactly placed in a concrete slab. Finally, there is a specific dog guard fence system that initiates a shocking mechanism on a dog collar. If the dog attempts to cross over an invisible fence line established by a buried wire the dog will be deterred by an electrical shock.
Glass fences and rails are a last option, and we have custom made them.
Patio Covers in Yorba Linda
Pierce Construction & Repair provides and set up patio covers which are either water proof or for shade. For waterproof patio covers, we employ wood, metal and Alumawood. In the case of shade, we employ canvas, wood or vinyl. Wood framing and shingles is done, however is generally not cost effective. Shade patios, when done in wood, require painting which is a giant maintenance problem, so to lessen maintenance, Alumawood or vinyl shade covers are suggested.
Many of the patio covers designed for clients in the Orange County area are designed to be for shade and are made of lattice (2x2s) placed evenly on the top. If the shade 2x2s are painted wood, they will need repainting in a few years. This is quite tricky, time consuming and expensive. That is why, Alumawood or vinyl is recommended for patio covers. Nevertheless, because we get morning dew and a little rain, solid water proof covers are also trendy. With regard to second story decks, the same rule is appropriate in that a water proof top protects both the tables and chairs underneath in addition to the actual building itself. Structural protection leads to a reduction in maintenance and repairs.
Dry-rot is the chief component to wood damage in our area, not termites. Termites can be eradicated, but dry-rot is a fungus and it continues to reproduce and destroy wood. The old wood has to be either removed or cut out. Dry-rot will occur if moisture is left to accumulate in an place that doesn’t dry out rapidly. This can happen on top of level joists, but specifically in areas involving wood joints. When building substructures, we’d rather use chemically treated “Green” timber which fights dry-rot. Every now and then we cover substructure support members with roofing type paper or vinyl to protect the supporting wood from rainwater. We especially like to minimize decorative moldings or trim that form gaps and spaces for water to get into and harm the wood. Most property owners let dirt and dust to build up so that the debris actually touches support wood for either fences or patio covers. When rainwater, or water from a sprinkler is left to pool near a support base, it almost assures that the wood support will decay.
As an alternative, canvas awnings can be quite charming and functional for creating protection. Sunesta carries an assortment of types and numerous colored fabrics. Awnings also have options like stationary, or with the option of closing and opening either manually or automatically.