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If you are looking for a custom fence or a fence in Orlando, one thing is for sure.  You have questions, and those questions need answers.  We are here to help.

Just ask a professional at Custom Fence Orlando. Understand and realize there are no stupid questions, only a question not asked.  It does not matter if it is silly or complicated. Failure to ask will only lead to aggravation and wasted money.

So ask that question.  We will get it answered, and you never know, that question might just help the next person.

If a question about a wood fence, vinyl fence, or aluminum fence, it is now easier than ever to get it answered. It does not matter if you live in Oviedo or Orlando, Winter Park or Winter Springs,  Deland or Daytona,  Clermont, or Clearwater Florida.  There are three different ways to ask below:

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Ask your question in the comment section at the bottom of this page.  Questions are essential in making a more educated consumer base.  They create dialogue and you never know when your questions just might help the next person.

Get that question answered live on the air.  Join us Saturday mornings at 10 AM on News 96.5 Florida Home and Garden Radio Show.  Text those questions, 160 words or less, into 21232 or Call 844.220.0965.

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    1. Lisa Martin

      I was think of doing a custom fence in my back yard. I’m not sure what design or material I should use. Any suggestions?

      1. Kip HudaKoz


        Great question. The type of design and material should be determine in the architecture of your home. For example, lets say your house is linear by nature its important to incorporate a fencing system that possesses the same linear concept. As for materials, examine your home a look for architectural elements made of wood, metal, or stone. Pick the one that would create an aesthetic blend.

        Paramount Fencing, Inc.

    2. Mark Savage

      The wood fence you have on your website is beautiful!! Does it last? I heard wood only looks good for a year or two before it warps, cracks and fades…

      1. admin (Post author)

        Great Question:

        Ninety percent of the effects mentioned are created by two simple misconceptions:
        (1) All lumber is created equal.
        (2) All fence companies can create quality custom fence.

        At, we are well researched. We visit the wood millers, pressure treating plants, and chemical makers of the treatment it’s self. Most importantly, we do are own in house test and experiments. We understand how the species of the tree, the milling method, the size and grade, and the fasteners contribute to the long term aesthetics of a fence. It’s little things such as the number of growth rings a tree possess is directly tied to the lumbers ability to resist against fungal decay and termites. Simply put, we take the time to understand the little things others often over look.

        Then there are the discount and outlet fence companies who deliver lowest cost custom fence solutions directly to the Orlando Florida market, all at the lowest quality and highest possible mark up. What they don’t see are the little things. What they do see are dollar signs. What the homeowner see is warping and cracking and discoloration So yes. wood does have the potential to only look good for a year or two before it warps, cracks and fades.

        The key is to have that fence built by a company who understand the little things. Below are four things to consider which should help minimize the warping, cracking, and discoloration:

        (1) Finish Grade Cedar, Kiln Dried Cypress, Pressure Treated Pine preserved with Eco-life, must be used to minimize warping, splitting, and checking.
        (2) The thicker the lumber the better it will perform.
        (3) The post spacing and depth matter. Post should be a minimum of six feet apart and maximum of eight apart with a 50% leverage ratio.
        (4) Stainless steel screws and ring shank nails is your best options.
        (5) A preservation budget for a good oil base wood sealant.

        I hope that helps,

        Kip HudaKoz
        President Paramount Fencing, Inc.

    3. Dorthea

      It’s actually a great and useful piece of info. I’m satisfied that you simply shared this useful info with us any changes to custom fence in Orlando, Florida. Please stay us informed like this. Thank you for sharing.

    4. ellen

      thank you for ll the info i learned from your coprehesive guide i am in sarasota and wish you were too. can you recommend a fence co here? thanks for your time

      1. admin (Post author)

        Custom Fence is a tricky thing. We at Paramount Fencing wish we could assist you in Sarasota, but your out of our area. Our best advice is call us. We will be more than willing to assist you in the selection of that custom fence company. We would be more than happy to help in anyway we can.


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