At Trinyfence, we specialize in the design and installation of a wide variety of fence types and materials. We believe that time spent in the backyard should be for leisure and family life, not labor, so all of our fencing materials are maintenance-free, or close to it, and with our expert installation, your fence will look as good on the day your child graduates high school as it did the day he started kindergarten.


No other construction style provides the privacy of a Board-on-Board fence. The pattern overlaps approximately one inch on each side. In most styles of wood fencing, wood shrinkage causes gaps to form between the boards that compromise the fence’s visual barrier. That shrinkage has no effect on a Board-on-Board fence, because the overlap compensates for it. Another advantage of the Board-on-Board style is that it appears the same from both sides of the fence. t is a good option for neighbors wishing to establish a boundary or a privacy barrier because it has no front or back.

Adding lattice to a Board on Board fence makes a dramatic statement. Borg Fences uses a very thick, heavy-duty lattice, framed in with 1”x1” redwood, giving the fence a beautiful finished appearance. It is not only beautiful, but also durable. The lattice measures a full inch in thickness. Lattice is available in the standard diagonal pattern and also a horizontal/vertical pattern. There is also a triple privacy lattice, which as its name implies, provides for the maximum amount of privacy. It is added to a 6-foot fence, which gives you a seven-foot finish for added privacy and sound dampening.

Solid Board Fences

An alternating panel fence is known as a ‘good neighbor’ fence (usually when the neighbors pitch in equally to pay for it). The boards are side by side, and we can alternate the sections with the frame side showing and a smooth boarded side showing. We use 1”x8”, 1”x6”, or 1”x4” redwood boards, with or without kickboards, depending on what is needed.

Dog-Ear Fences

Dog-Ear style of fencing is perhaps the most common style of fence found in the greater Sacramento area. We use 1”x8”, 1”x6” or 1”x4” redwood boards, with or without kickboards, depending on whether dirt or rock needs to be retained. The boards are set side-by-side and are clipped on each corner, thus giving a Dog-Ear appearance. The Dog-Ear fence also lends itself very well as a “good neighbor” fence.

Louvered Fence

For those who want a privacy fence with a modern touch, the louvered fence is an excellent alternative to the traditional boarded look, offering a contemporary edge and a sophisticated design. Louvered fences are slanted so that they offer substantial privacy and environmental buffering while still allowing air to pass through.


Picket Fence

The idea of a house with a picket fence is an iconic American style. It is sturdy and attractive, with evenly spaced vertical boards that allow daylight to peak through. The pickets keep animals in and out of yards while creating a sense of open space.

Shadowbox Fence

A shadowbox fence is one that is completely finished on both sides. Similar in style to a Board-on-Board fence because the unique style in which it is constructed. The rails are staggered to cover the spaces between the boards on each side. There are small spaces though through which the wind can blow.