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Pressure-Treated Fencing

Do you love the look of wood but worry that you’ll end up with a rotted fence? Then check out our pressure-treated fences that are specially treated to prevent rot, decay, and insects. These fence types are particularly popular for their superior protective qualities and extensive durability that can keep the fence looking like new for decades.

At Ideal Fence, we’re the experts when it comes to wooden fences, and we only offer premium grade pressure treated lumber for all of our projects. When you’re ready to install a pressure treated fence, we’ll be happy to take care of it for you.

Long Lasting

If you’re tired of finding scratches and dents in your current fence, consider upgrading to a pressure treated one. Pressure treated fencing is highly durable, stronger than untreated wood, and can last 20 years or more. It can endure wear and tear better and can also withstand heavy rain and snow.

Insect Resistant

Pressure treated fences don’t just repel insects, the chemicals used to treat the fence kills them. You won’t have to worry about holes in your wood — pressure-treated fences can help keep insects away from your house and garden.

Prevents Fungus and Decay

The preservative process applied helps the wood also withstand microorganisms and fungal decay. That means you get long-term protection against spores that can damage and rot your beautiful fencing.

Maintenance Is Easy

Because of the treatment process, it’s important to keep a pressure-treated fence regularly maintained. However, it’s easy to keep it looking beautiful while prevent cracking. All you need to do is stain, seal, and clean it once a year.

Affordable

One of the most affordable fencing materials around is pressure-treated wood. Compared to other types, such as redwood and cedar, you can save double digits worth per linear foot! So if you’re in search of an economical option that won’t hurt your budget, pressure treated fencing is the way to go.

If you want to save money while having a fence that can endure the elements and the insects with the longevity you need, a pressure treated fence is our recommendation. At Ideal Fence, our expert installation team will be happy to answer your questions, assist with your selection, and perform the installation with quality care and service. Contact us today to get started on your project.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Pressure-treated wood offers similar durability but at a lower price. It’s also more weatherproof than cedar and is highly resistant to insects and rot. It’s the perfect choice for first-time homebuyers and those looking for a more affordable wood option.

We use Pressure-Treated Brown MicroPro Sienna which comes with colour pigment technology that provides a gorgeous, high-quality finish. It’s also low VOC making it the only wood preservative technology that is certified as an Environmentally Preferable Product. We also use the most durable materials available to provide a beautiful, long-lasting fence option.

Even though the wood has locked-in protection to repel water and protect against UV rays, it’s still important to follow an annual maintenance plan for long-lasting results. Applying a stain or sealant that contains an ultraviolet stabilizer will help to protect the fence from all the elements and keep it looking as nice as the day you installed it.

To keep your pressure-treated fence looking good, you’ll need to apply a quality wood sealant every few years. To know when to apply the sealant, simply drip water on the wood surface every year. If the water quickly absorbs into the wood, it’s time to apply a wood sealant to the fence. If the water forms beads on the surface, it’s still protected.

Absolutely. Pressure-treated wood is safe to use in the garden and all throughout your yard. The type of wood we use also does not contain any arsenic or toxic chemicals that could endanger the softscape or animals.

That depends on where you live. In Ottawa, a fence cannot reach above 7ft or exceed 7ft from the front of your foundation to the back property line. Our team will help to ensure sure that you’re following your city’s bylaws before installing your fence.

Our team will take care of the installation and clean up. We’ll keep your property free from any debris during the construction period and we’ll make sure everything is in order before we leave.

Unfortunately, industry standards do not provide a product warranty on natural wood products.

Client Testimonials

A very positive experience from sale to completion of installation. Would highly recommend for a professional installation.

Trever Morrison, Kare-Mor

My experience dealing with the guys from Ideal fence were first class. René the owner, from beginning to end , kept communication on point throughout the entire job. Considering this was my first large scale fencing project, I couldn’t have asked for things to go as smooth, and the very large crew of men ensured things wouldn’t drag on. I thank Rene and his entire staff for a great job, cheers to the gentle giant!!

Matthew Leger, Maintenance Manager at Paramount Properties

As a fellow tradesman, I have gotten to know Francis Cote and his team quite well. He is detail-oriented, hardworking and focuses on the client is exceptional. If you are looking for someone to help you with your fencing project, Francis and his team would be an excellent choice. We recommended them to all our clients.

Dan Barnabe, Chief Estimator at Stone by Design

Owning a landscape construction company, I have worked with many contractors. When I contacted Ideal fence they provided me with prompt and professional service. I was impressed with their timeliness and clear effort it took to complete the job in a timely fashion. I have used them for multiple jobs since. My client was very happy with the finished product.

Ryan Crompton, Green Roots Landscaping
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