Solid Board Single Sided Privacy Fence Styles

Our single sided wood styles are constructed with #1 grade 1″x4″ cedar boards nailed onto a spruce 2″x3″ back rail. We offer single sided fence sections in (8) styles and in heights ranging from 4’h up to 8’h. Single sided designs have a distinct front & back; where the non climbable front is typically installed faced out to the neighbor. The rear side of the fence section exposes the 2″x3″ back rails and are typically installed to the homeowners yard. Single Sided styles offer privacy and are typically installed as a rear & side yard fence. Custom options are available to include custom heights, board sizes of 1″x6″, rail options of 2″x3″ cedar, 2″x4″ cedar and 2’x3″ cedar dowelled construction.

Nebraska

Nebraska is a full privacy single sided fence style with a “dog ear” 1″x4″ picket design nailed onto a spruce 2″x3″ back rail. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. This style is a great option for your rear yard and compliments very nicely with our picket fence. These sections can be installed post between with a decorative post & cap or installed with a standard post behind. Nebraska sections can be modified in a scallop or crown.

Massachusetts

Massachusetts is a full privacy single sided fence style with a “gothic” 1″x4″ picket design nailed onto a spruce 2″x3″ back rail. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. This style is a great option for your rear yard and compliments very nicely with our picket fence for your front yard. These sections can be installed post between with a decorative post & cap or installed with a standard post behind. Massachusetts sections can be modified in a scallop or crowned.

Vermont

Vermont is a full privacy single sided fence style with an “eased point” 1″x4″ picket design. The Vermont style can often be mistaken as a Stockade Section from afar; yet the Vermont section is an upgrade and features a 4″ wide board which is flat and not rounded. This style is a great option for your rear yard and compliments very nicely with our picket fence: the North Carolina style for your front yard.

Kentucky

Kentucky is a full privacy single sided fence style with alternating “45 degree” cut 1″x4″ pickets. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. This style is a great option for your rear yard and can be installed post between with a decorative post & cap or installed with a standard post behind. The Kentucky style is not recommended in a scalloped or crowned design.

New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a single sided fence style with alternating “paddled” cut 1″x4″ pickets. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. This style is a great option for your rear yard and can be installed post between with a decorative post & cap or installed with a standard post behind. The New Hampshire style is not recommended in a scalloped or crowned design

Tennessee

Tennessee is a single sided fence style with alternating “45 degree” cut 1″x4″ pickets with a “flat cut” picket in-between. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. These sections can be installed post between with a decorative post & cap or installed with a standard post behind. The Tennessee style is not recommended in a scalloped or crowned design.

Missouri

Missouri is a full privacy single sided fence style with alternating “45 degree” and combination “diamond” cut 1″x4″ pickets. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. This style is a great option for your rear yard and can be installed post between with a decorative post & cap or installed with a standard post behind. The Missouri style is not recommended in a scalloped or crowned design

Minnesota

Minnesota is a full privacy single sided fence style with alternating “gothic” and “flat board” cut 1″x4″ pickets. It is unique, and is an upgrade to the stockade section. This style is a great option for your rear yard and compliments very nicely with our picket fence: the Rhode Island style for your front yard. These sections can be installed with a standard post behind. The Minnesota style is not recommended in a scalloped or crowned design.