Wood, Chainlink & Wrought Iron Fencing
We design and build all styles of fences - Chain Link and Wood Fences, Aluminum and Steel Fence, Custom Fencing - Anchorage, and Eagle River, Alaska
The primary function of a wood, chain link or ornamental fence or gate is to mark the boundaries of your property. However, it may also serve a number of other purposes, from child and/or pet containment to garden fencing, from keeping the wildlife out of your families’ yard, to mere decoration. Wood, chain link and ornamental fences come in many different designs and material types – wood fences and gates, aluminum fences, steel fences, coated chain link fence and a variety of other chain link fencing and gates are available. The fence you choose for your backyard or project will depend entirely on the purposes you intend it to serve. Titan has constructed thousands of linear feet of custom fences and has experienced personnel that can duplicate almost any type of fence or gate you desire. Our workmanship is second to none. Servicing Anchorage to Eagle River, Alaska
What type of fence are you looking for?
Titan has skilled carpenters that offer a variety of styles but we also pay attention to quality. That includes concrete on your post foundation. Posts are the number one reason that wood fences in Alaska fail, contrary to belief that the wood rots first. Alaska soils are very susceptible to frost heave. Improper mixing of concrete or poor post hole diggings will lead to weak posts that will fail or heave after a season or two. Our experienced personnel digs posts and mixes concrete to a set standard. It is rare to find a fence contractor that is as committed to quality as us. From quality materials, to spacing, to flat levels and proper grades, we want to provide a sturdy wood fence that also provides aesthetic quality. Check out our wood fence gallery to see the vast difference and superior quality in all of our wood fence constructions.
Chain Link Fence
Wrought Iron & Aluminum Fence
We do not recommend using vinyl fences in Alaska due to cool weather conditions and frost heaving that causes the products to break. Furthermore, these fences styles are re-made every few years and it is typically difficult to find a replacement to a broken section.