29 Jun Still Standing
After Hurricane Irma stormed through South Florida in September, one of the most common types of damage was downed fences. No residential wood fence is hurricane-proof, but if you want a modern wood fence that is more likely to beat the odds, turn to Zepco Fence.
When it comes to modern wood fences in South Florida, we at Zepco Fence are not bragging when we say that we are the best in the business. We adhere to and surpass the South Florida Hurricane Building Code and we use only the highest quality pressure treated wood products.
When you contract Zepco Fence to install your residential wood fence – either Shadowbox, Board on Board, or Stockade fence – we start with digging and setting your wood fence posts deep with lots of concrete. We set a post every 4 feet on center. We then frame your fence with 12 foot long 2 x 4s to minimize the amount of seams. We then attach our 1″ x 6′ dog- eared boards one at a time. We never use pre-made panels. All of our fasteners are galvanized ring shank hurricane proof nails. This will insure a modern wood fence that will still be there when others will be ‘GONE WITH THE WIND’. After Hurricane Wilma, we were proud to see our wood fences still standing while others were in ruin everywhere we looked.
We put our name on every fence we install. It is our best form of advertising. When people see that orange Zepco Fence sign they know that the job was installed by the best fence installers in South Florida.