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Custom Cedar Fence 

How Our Fences Are Constructed

Unless otherwise directed, we set our fences using PostMaster Posts from Master Halco.
PostMaster steel posts are constructed of  galvanized structural steel and can withstand 70-mph wind loads and heavy rain.  They will never warp or rot, they are impervious to bug infestations, and carry a 15-Year Limited Warranty.
Over the years, we've pulled out many cedar posts that have completely rotted just below ground level.  In our northern climate even posts set in concrete can turn to mush.  I am a firm believer in PostMaster Posts. 
Check out the following photos.  Most of these fences were constructed using PM Posts. Where are the posts?  They're designed to be covered by the cedar boards of the fence.   We still use cedar posts for some swing gates, but we treat any wood post that goes into the ground with Cuprinol, a liquid wood preservative.

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Horizontal Board Fence Using Post Master Posts

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Stained Shadowbox/Post Master Posts/5 years old

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Stained Six Foot Shadowbox/ Post Master Construction

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Unstained Six Foot Solid Dog Ear Privacy Fence

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Gothic 3' Cedar Picket

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6' High Cedar Privacy Fence w/ Flower Box