Wood Fencing for Residential Housing in Tucson, AZ

Tucson AZ


There are many different types of fence styles. When it comes to protecting your home and providing privacy, nothing beats the classic look of a wooden fence. Not only does it give a timeless aesthetic appeal, but it also provides a sense of security and privacy. However, choosing the right fence for your home can be challenging, especially if you live in the Tucson, where the hot summers put your fence to the test. In this post, we will talk about the benefits of choosing a wood fence for your residential home.

Custom Wood Fencing Designs

With our team of designers and builders, we will help you choose a style of fence that looks beautiful and works great for your home. Whether you want something more rustic, or more modern, we want to make sure you’re satisfied with the design and look of your new fence.

Our Wood Fencing Options

We offer 3 different types of wood fencing out of the box, but can create more custom solutions if clients are wanting that. From oak to spruce to maple to California redwood and beyond, we have a wide range of materials to choose from, each coated with one of our signature finishes to add shine and luster to your installation. If you’re on a budget, we also offer several cost-effective stockade fence styles, including standard point, modified point, and dog-ear panel builds. Here is a breakdown of our general services for wood fencing jobs in Tucson.

Wood Materials to Choose From

  • Cedar
  • Cypress
  • Pressure-Treated Pine
  • White Oak
  • Redwood
  • Spruce
  • Composite Wood
  • Luxury Caribbean RoseWood.


Finishes to Choose From

The Tucson Fence Company has 31 Different Stain Colors Options. YES 31 different choices for our clients!

We currently carry all of the Big Brand Stain choices but here is a list of our Top Designer Stains :

The most desired stains are Red Mohave, Oregon Red Wood, Burnt Cherry Wood, Walnut, Kona, Rustic Sage,

Weathered Gray, Carbon Gray & LUXURY IMPORTED* Italian Vintage Aqua & Spaniard Cabernet Rojo.


Built for the Sonoran Desert

Living in the Sonoran desert means that your fence will have to withstand the harsh summer heat. Our team is well-versed in the challenges that come with building a fence in the desert, and we take the necessary precautions to ensure your fence can withstand the elements. We use high-quality materials that are durable and can withstand extreme temperatures. We also ensure that your fence is properly installed, so you don’t have to worry about any damage caused by the hot desert winds or the temperatures during peak summer months.


Permitting for Wood Fences in Tucson

In Tucson, you want to make sure you are doing proper permitting before building a fence. Our team will take initial measurements and handle any necessary permit work, leaving you free to customize your base model design into a unique work of art.

Security and Privacy for Your Home

The primary purpose of a fence is to provide privacy and security. Our custom wood fencing services ensure that you get both. We understand that privacy is essential for homeowners, and we design our fences to provide maximum privacy. We also take security seriously and ensure that your fence is sturdy and impenetrable. You can rest easy knowing that your home is protected from unwanted visitors. Check out our Gallery for more pictures.

Wood Fencing in Tucson FAQs

According to The City Municipal Code, a residential fence CANNOT exceed 7ft (unless a permit is obtained and plans are made by the fencing contractor).

Arizona is a “fence out” state, meaning that on open range you need to build a “lawful fence” if you want to keep wandering livestock off your property. The owner of the livestock is not required to “fence livestock in”

Protecting a Wooden Fence is essential in Arizona. The Tucson Fence Company suggests an Oil Based Stain coating once every 24 months.

Neighbors Share Responsibility for a Boundary Fence. Boundary fences are considered mutually owned, so both parties are responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the fence. If the neighbor’s dog destroys part of the fence, technically you’d both be responsible for the cost of repair.

The Tucson Municipal Code states that Property owners DO NOT need a permit for residential fencing unless the client would like a fence taller than 7ft in height.