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Looking for a fence company in Parker, CO?

If you are looking for a fence company that can install a beautiful, clean-looking, long-lasting new fence in Parker, CO; Parker Fence Pros is here to help provide you with the new fence of your dreams! When it comes to a local fence company, Parker Fence Pros not only knows fencing but we also know Parker. Plus, we also know that one of the most important attributes of a reputable fence installation contractor is fast and open communication, followed by stellar fence installation and an exquisite finish on your fence that will leave a lasting impression on you and your neighbors.

So, with that in mind, thank you for stopping by Parker Fence Pros! Let us be your trusted, top-rated fence company located right in the heart of Parker, Colorado. There are many fence companies out here, but if you are looking for a professional fence contractor that delivers immaculate results, first-class customer service, and quality material and products you can trust and rely on, you've come to the right place! Let Parker Fence Pros be your one and only stop for a fence company that serves Parker, CO.

On top of that, we don't just serve our Parker faithful; we also take care of customers in the surrounding areas, namely, Castle Rock, Elizabeth, Lone Tree, Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills, Aurora, Centennial, and Denver, to say the least. So, tell your friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors; we're your "fence guys!"

Whether you are looking for a wood, vinyl, aluminum, PVC, or chain link fence, we'll have you fenced in in no time. Split-rail, privacy, dog fence, pool deck, TREX? We'll get it surrounded. Residential fencing or commercial fencing Don't delay; the right choice for your new fence or repair can do wonders for your landscape, and you will want the best fence contractor you can find. Take a look at some of the descriptions below. Don't forget, we also do gates and entryways. Parker Fence Pros is our one-stop shop for all your fencing needs.

Don't wait any longer; get in touch with local fence contractors through Parker Fence Pros and contact us today! Or, simply fill out the form and tell us about your fence projects. We will respond to you either by email or phone to discuss and set up a bid. We are here to help and are looking forward to serving any and all of your fencing needs. Don't delay; act now.

There are many different kinds of fences.

Wood Privacy Fence

Street noise, vehicle traffic, passerby's or even pesky Looky-Lou neighbors? A privacy fence may be exactly what you need. Ranging from 4 to 6 feet in height, privacy fences are a relatively low-maintenance addition to your property, whether you choose to go with wood or aluminum.

Protect your yard and your landscape by adding an element of decoration to one of the most used parts of your home—the backyard. A privacy fence is key to not only keeping your pets in your yard, but a nice new privacy fence will also keep your neighbor’s pets out! There are plenty of wood fence styles to choose from when it comes to selecting the right privacy fence for you and your family. So don't delay in finding a reputable fence company and giving Parker Fence Pros a call today if you need help deciding which wood fence will go best with your backyard design scape. Don't forget that Parker Fence Pros also does all different types of fence gates as well. Give us a call

to find the right option for you! (720) 821-7649.

Split Rail Fence

Split rail fences do a fantastic job of giving you that old country feel, even in modern suburban American neighborhoods. Although uncommon, they have also been known as snake fences, zig-zag fences, and even worm fences. Sounds fun!

Split rail fences are an attractive decorative addition to your home, garden, or larger property. Plus, if you're not looking to spend a ton on a fence, or perhaps you have more of an agricultural large property to line, like a horse or cattle ranch, farm, or excess acreage plot of land, for example, a split-rail fence can be a less expensive and a much easier to install option, as well. There are many different types of timber, or wood, to choose from, ranging from cedar, pine, redwood, cypress, fir, and spruce, just to name a few. However, cedar is most commonly used because it is affordable and durable. We even offer plastic or vinyl split-rail fences as well. Call now! And let the kind and knowledgeable professionals at Parker Fence Pros handle this project for you.

Chain Link Fence

Made mostly of galvanized steel and bent together in a zig-zag pattern, making a diamond pattern, chain link fences are very common among business owners and home owners. Chain-link fences have many useful purposes. For example: containing animals; providing security; lining a ball field; defining specific boundaries of a property; lining high-security buildings and facilities, just to name a few. From dog cages and runs to baseball diamonds and school yards, we can chain link almost anything. A feature a lot of people enjoy about a chain link fence is that it doesn’t completely disturb their view; you can keep a close eye on your pets and children. You can also keep an eye out for any pesky, furry intruders! For added security to your commercial or high-security properties, consider adding a little barbed wire to your chain link fence. Perhaps your goal is to keep others inside the confines of your fence. If you want the most attractive and high-quality chain-link fencing, then hesitate no more and call Parker Fence Pros immediately.

Metal Fence/Wrought Iron Fence

Wrought iron is a typical choice for metal fencing for commercial and residential customers alike. It creates a strong barrier while
preserving a beautiful, decorative appearance and a clear view of your property. A wrought iron fence can blend in well if you reside in a historic or urban setting. A powder coat protects each piece of wrought iron fencing from the weather. The metal is protected with powder coating, which is a heat-applied finish that is more durable than traditional paint. However, powder-coated materials, particularly metals, do not survive indefinitely. If the finish is scraped or marred, the iron will instantly rust.

Repaint your fence every year or two to avoid this problem, and keep a constant watch on its condition throughout the year. Some pros to choosing wrought iron fence installation are that they are super strong and long-lasting, they have designs that can be changed, and they can have a classic appearance, which is ideal for historic regions. Now, here are some cons to choosing a wrought iron fence: A wrought iron fence must be maintained regularly to avoid rust and corrosion; wrought iron is also heavy and difficult to install in solid form; and a sloped yard can't always be accommodated by sloping fence parts. This is not to say that wrought iron is not the way to go, and our fence installation experts are very crafty and specialized in installing residential wrought iron and commercial fencing, of course.

If you do settle on a wrought iron decorative fence, tubular iron rather than solid iron should be used for the rails and pickets. Tubular iron has the same strength and quality as traditional solid iron, but it's lighter in weight (and hence easier to install) and significantly less expensive.

Aluminum Fence

Aluminum fences are fences made out of metal. They look similar to wrought iron but are a bit lighter in weight, yet still extremely

durable. You get the same look as wrought iron fencing; however, aluminum fencing is far less expensive.

Due to the aluminum fence metal's low density and corrosion resistance, aluminum fencing has become a standard choice of

fence installation and railing construction for both commercial and residential applications. A variety of aluminum fence styles are available for commercial and residential use. Aluminum fences are easy to clean, resist weathering, and require low maintenance. It is also less expensive than comparable wood
fencing. Wood costs are rising, and many customers are choosing aluminum or even vinyl and synthetic fencing over wood fences. Rack-able aluminum panels are available on many aluminum fences. Panels are designed to rack anywhere from 4 inches to 24 inches over 6 feet, depending on the brand of fence. The size of the hole punched on the horizontal rails to receive pickets determines
how much a panel can rack. On uneven or sloping ground, the fence may then adjust to the slope of your land, ensuring that there are no gaps at the bottom of the fence. Except for the steepest gradients, this will work.​

Vinyl Fence / Synthetic Fence

A synthetic fence, often referred to as plastic or, in the case of vinyl, a vinyl or PVC fence, is built from synthetic polymers such as vinyl (PVC), polypropylene, nylon, polythene (polyethylene), ASA, or recycled plastics. The strength of a fence and its UV stability can also be improved by using composites made up of two or more plastics. In the 1980s, synthetic fencing was introduced to the agricultural business as a low-cost, long-lasting
horse fencing alternative.

If you take a gander at some of the equestrian parks near you, you will see a white split rail fence surrounding the entire area and even parceling off certain areas. It's a pretty distinct-looking fence. Agricultural fencing, horse race track running rail, and residential use are all examples of synthetic fencing. Prefabricated synthetic fencing is offered in a wide range of styles. It's usually simple to clean and refinish. ​It's usually easy to clean, weather-resistant, and requires little upkeep. It is, however, more expensive than equivalent materials, and less expensive items may be less durable than more traditional fence materials. After prolonged exposure to extremely hot or cold temperatures, some varieties may become brittle, fade, or decline in quality. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) and other UV stabilizers have recently been shown to be advantageous additions to the vinyl manufacturing process.

This has substantially increased the longevity of vinyl by giving important UV protection from the sun's damaging rays, avoiding premature aging and breaking of the product, and making it more durable than other materials. Synthetic fences are becoming more and more popular for small or large fence projects; the material can consist of different kinds of plastic, vinyl, or even PCV. You'll want to contact the finest fence company out there, so start here with Parker Fence Pros.


At Parker Fence Pros, we offer more than simply fence installation. Our other types of fencing services include installations, fence repairs, gate installations, fence removal and replacement, all the way to fence painting and staining, and regular maintenance services as they relate to your fencing needs. Don't just let your fences deteriorate due to weather, use, and critters. Keep your fence looking nice year in and year out. Just give us a call today to discuss this in detail. If your project is outside of our scope of practice, we will gladly redirect you to another one of our affiliate fencing companies that can certainly handle your needs. We know, as well as anyone else, that if your looking for a good, reputable, reliable (we could go on) fencing company, you could end up making several calls and still come up short. With Parker Fence Pros, we make it our priority to give you the quality service you expect. Don't delay. Call us now! (720) 821-7649, or click the button below to fill out a quote form.


What are the advantages of using vinyl fencing over other materials?

Vinyl fencing offers several advantages. Firstly, it's low-maintenance, requiring minimal cleaning and no painting or staining. Vinyl is also resistant to pests and doesn't rot or decay, making it a durable option. Additionally, it provides a clean and modern aesthetic, and many vinyl fences come with UV-resistant coatings to prevent fading. While the upfront cost may be higher than some other materials, the long-term savings on maintenance can make it a cost-effective choice over time.

How can I enhance the security of my fence?

To enhance the security of your fence, consider these steps. Opt for a fence with minimal footholds, making it harder for intruders to climb. Choose a height that provides adequate deterrence, and if privacy is a concern, go for solid panels. Reinforce the fence posts with concrete for stability. Adding features like anti-climb devices, motion-activated lighting, and security cameras can further improve security. Regular inspections and prompt repairs are crucial to maintaining the effectiveness of a security fence.

Are there eco-friendly options for fencing materials?

Yes, several eco-friendly fencing options are available. Bamboo is a sustainable choice, as it's a rapidly renewable resource. Recycled metal and composite materials made from recycled wood and plastic are also environmentally friendly options. Look for certification labels indicating that the materials used are sustainably sourced. Additionally, choosing a durable and long-lasting material can contribute to environmental sustainability by reducing the need for frequent replacements and the associated resource consumption.

What are our customers saying?

Feedback from our delighted clientele

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"Thrilled with my vinyl fence! Low maintenance;" looks new after years. Excellent investment in durability and aesthetics."


"Security was boosted with our steel fence. Sturdy construction, sleek design It's worth every penny for peace of mind."


"Bamboo fence exceeded expectations. Eco-friendly, adds natural charm. A beautiful, sustainable choice for our backyard."

Parker Fence Pros Mission

At Parker Fence Pros, our mission is to provide the communities we serve with top-notch value, trust, and customer service that anyone would come to expect when envisioning their fencing needs.

If you are still "on the fence" about who to call, browse through our services below and let us help you make the right decision. Parker Fence Pros is a no-brainer! Click the button below to get in contact with your specialized fence contractor today.

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