Fairfield County, CT is a very colonial part of the country. With many towns being established before the American Revolution. Consequently we have more than our fair share of antique and reproduction colonial style homes — many of them surrounded by traditional colonial style fences.
Early settler’s built fences out of necessity. Fences built in the fields were to keep the livestock from roaming. Those were mostly split rail fences made from chopped and fallen tree limbs. Fences built around the houses were to keep the chickens and pigs in the yard and the predators out. Those were mostly what today we call picket fences.
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Colonial Style Fences For Fairfield, CT are ideal for:
Front & Back Yards
Enhance the curb appeal of your home, or add privacy to your back yard.
Swimming Pool Enclosures
Keep children and animals — big and small–out of the pool area.
Gardening is hard work. Don’t let the varmints eat the fruits of your labor.
Rest easier knowing your yard…and children are safer with a security fence.
Playground fencing adds protection for home use as well as schools.
Protect your pet from running into the road with a pet enclosure.