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Fences

Premium Wood Built Fences

Traditional and modern wood fence designs with our Built-Strong Promise. Choose either brown pressure treated wood or cedar as an economical and high-performance fence choice that offers a variety of design, privacy, security and adds value to your home.

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Premium Wood Fences backed by our Built-Strong Promise

Wood fences are a great choice for a variety of reasons:

Economical

Wood fences are a great economical choice. They are affordable and durable, even if minimally maintained. In the event of a broken board, it is easy to replace without requiring the replacement of multiple parts.

Design Variety

Wood fences offer a variety of design variations from board orientation, wood types, stains, trim, and additional decorative or accent panelling. A well designed wood fence can make your property stand out.

Privacy

Wood fences offer much more privacy as opposed to chainlink fences.

Security

Enclosing your property deters unwanted visitors from entering your property and preventing from pets and children wondering out into the neighbourhood.

Curb Appeal

A well-built fence can make your property look great and add value to your home.

Design Ideas

Types of Woods

Brown Pressure Treated

Brown pressured treated wood is the most commonly used material for fences. It is the most economical option, looks great and is durable to last throughout the seasons.

Treated wood is pressure injected with preservatives that prevent rot and decay for decades.

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Cedar

Cedar is a great looking natural wood product. It is a notch up from brown pressure treated wood products and possesses natural properties which are resistant to rot and decay.

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Painted or Stained

If you are going for a unique design, painting or staining your fence with the right products is a great options. It is relatively inexpensive, and protects against rot and decay from our ever changing weather.

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  • Are permits included?
    Yes! We take care of all necessary building permit applications and inspection bookings so you don't have to!
  • How long does it take to build a garage?
    On average, once construction starts, you can expect your garage to be completed in about 4 weeks although this timeline may be impacted by availability and time of year. We do our best to build your garage as quickly as possible.
  • Can I build my garage in the winter?
    If you have an existing concrete pad, yes! The only thing we can't do in the winter is pour a concrete pad do to the frost. This can cause your garage to shift and breaks apart when the ground thaws in spring.
  • Can I build a Custom Garage?
    Yes! We can design and build a custom garage to suit your needs. Everything from increasing the height, to different shaped footprints. Some of the most popular options include vaulted trusses and installing hoist pads for car lifts.
  • I would like to build as big of a garage as possible on my property. What are some of the restrictions?
    The Land Use Bylaw lays out the requirements and retrictions for size of secondary building and required setbacks. This can differ from one property to another based on approved land usage. Some restriction include setbacks from property lines and the maximum percentage of the property which can be used for buildings. The Land Use Bylaw also has some restrictions around the maximum height of secondary buildings. However, it is possible to reuqest for a relaxations through the municiplaities. This is common when building nanny suites. Our team can help you with the process.
  • What area do you build in?
    We serve multiple communities in and around Calgary such as Airdrie, Okotoks, Springbank, Rockyview County, Foothills & Chestermere. If you live outside on of these areas, just ask us!

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WHAT YOU GET FROM US

Reliability

Trusted Professional Quality

Experienced Craftmanship

Good Communication

Honest & Fair Pricing

Professionalism

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Our Process

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BBB Accredited Business

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is a non-government organization established to enhance marketplace trust and credibility. For over 100 years, BBB has been helping consumers find business's they can trust with confidence. Hammerhead Construction is proud to be a BBB Accredited Business, meaning we adhere to the strong business standards and practices set by the organization.

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