Wooden Fence

We will install any style of wood fence you like:

Board on Board

Closed Louvered 


Tongue and Groove

Shadow Box

Nail-On (flat/dog ear/hi-low)

Picket (square/round/pointed/dog ear)

Split Rail (2 or 3 rail cedar)

Grape Stake

Basket Weave

We can also install any style of “topper” you prefer from custom to most standard designs listed below.

Diagonal Lattice
(standard or triple/private)

Square Lattice
(standard or triple/private)

2×2 Piano Keys
(with or without 1×6 arched panel)

Quality Lumber:

Our local supply vendor in San Jose FSI (Fence Specialties Inc) sources only the best material and has worked with Delamore Fencing since the beginning.

We work closely with FSI to make sure that all our material is selected for quality and if not it’s returned/exchanged before being installed.

The most common grade of redwood we use for standard residential fencing is called select common meaning that the outer sap (white wood) layer of the tree is mixed with the inner (red colored) layer of the tree. The result is a red & white marble looking board. This select common grade is available with smaller quarter size knots or special ordered clear common with no knots.

The next grade level up is called construction heart and is considered the premium grade with a slight price increase. The advantage of construction heart is primarily the initial consistent beautiful pure red look as well as its ability to fight off dry rot fungus and termites for many years. This grade is taken from the core (mid-section) of the tree just inside the outer sap layer. The estimator will be happy to go over all these grade choices with you on site during the scheduled estimate appointment.

Quality Pressure-Treated Wood: 

The two most important (backbone) parts of the fence are the vertical post and horizontal kickboard on the bottom of the fence. Throughout the life of the fence these two parts are serving as critical support for your fence. Delamore Fence spends more money and time to select the best quality pressure treated wood available for this reason. We only install .40 concentrated ACQ treated Douglas Fir with a #2 or better rating.

We also make sure that all the post we buy are 90% FOHC (free of heart center) to help avoid post that will twist and bow over time. The Douglas Fir material is known to be much more stable and stronger over time then Hemlock Fir. Most contractors install a lesser grade Hemlock Fir with knots to save money, which will normally last until their warranty (3-5 years) is up.

Some of Our Wooden Fences