Pool and privacy fence made with ProWood Dura Color treated fencing

Fencing

When you want the right fence — one that retains its beauty year after year — start with the right building material. Professionals and do-it-yourselfers choose ProWood® pressure-treated lumber.

Pre-built or custom-built fencing

Build your fence from the ground up using our individual posts and pickets. Or, choose from an array of contemporary or traditional prebuilt fence styles. All have the durability and beauty of ProWood lumber.

To finish your fence, choose from our extensive list of accessories, including post caps, post points, finals and finial bases.

Whatever you choose, you'll know you're building a professional grade look that lasts and lasts.

All this. And color, too.

2 Year Color Assurance

For an even more attractive fence, use ProWood Dura Color®. The lumber is not only treated with our environmentally friendly wood preservative, it's also color-infused using state-of-the-art technology. The unique Dura Color pigment penetrates the wood better than stain, while allowing the wood's natural characteristics to remain visible. Pigment is driven deep into the wood fibers, creating beauty that's guaranteed to stand up to years of use. We're so confident, we offer the wood fence industry's only two-year color assurance limited warranty against fading.

ProWood treated fencing delivers the advantage of superior treating from one of the industry's leaders in treating technology, Universal Forest Products. Every ProWood MCA (micronized copper azole) treated product is less corrosive than competing pressure-treated products; plus, it's warrantied against termites, rot and fungal decay. And, it's environmentally friendly. In fact, third-party auditor Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) has certified ProWood as an EPA-defined Environmentally Preferred Product.

Don't let your next fence project become a faded memory.

Choose ProWood or ProWood Dura Color fencing for lasting performance and see how our fencing stacks up to other non-treated species.

Fade Comparison