Horizontal Fence

When it comes to style, the Horizontal fence has replaced the traditional vertical fences as the go to choice for custom fences.  

As for some homeowners, there are even benefits to consider with this fence choice over vertical boards. Here are the benefits. Every other wooden fence panel is hidden. Therefore the view of your property and landscape are totally uninterrupted. Also with horizontal boards, you don’t have to worry about any water runoff damaging anything below it at ground level. Therefore there’s no need for a downspout or drainpipe either; all rainwater simply flows away from the surface in one direction.

This type of fence is for the outdoor enthusiasts that want a fence with the natural feel of wood, but don’t want to give up on any modern conveniences.A Sugar Land Horizontal Fence.

With all things said, this is a timeless trend that never goes out of style. The look appeals to many people because it’s so easy on the eyes and looks great in any type of landscape, whether you’re looking for something traditional or contemporary this the the right fence for you.

The most popular Horizontal Fences and the one InLine Fence Recommends

Horizontal Fence - Seattle

The most popular Clear Cedar fence (front side).

Horizontal Fence - Seattle

The back of a fence that has a cedar 2×2 for sound structural support.

Horizontal Fence

What we noticed that most fence companies don’t install 2×2 in the middle/back of the panel and over time the middle sags, the boards twist and warp especially when it gets hot.

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  • White center
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  • Ballard 
  • Greenwood 
  • Bitter Lake
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  • Bothell 
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  • Kirkland 
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  • Newcastle 
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  • Burien
  • Normandy Park
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