essential Fencing for Raised Beds

Are you tired of critters stealing and eating your hard-earned harvest? Do you have an old, sagging garden fence that’s become an eyesore?

If you’re thinking about installing raised beds in your backyard, one of the first things you should consider is fencing. A fence can provide many benefits for your raised beds, including keeping out pests and animals, supporting climbing plants, and increasing privacy. In addition, a fence can give your raised beds a more polished and finished look.

Pests we can fence against include:

  • Deer
  • Groundhogs
  • Rabbits
  • Cats
  • Dogs

about our FENCING

We understand the value of garden fencing that both looks good and stands the test of time. The most common type of fence we recommend is a cedar panel fence with black coated wire. These materials are selected for functionality and aesthetics. The fence framing directly integrates into the metal raised bed hardware, so it is stable and level.

How Our Process Works


While creating your garden design, fencing will be a key consideration. We will take into account the type of plants you want to grow in your raised beds, and the presence and types of critters in your area. We also consider blending the aesthetic with the property, long-term durability, and maintenance concerns.


Your fence will be installed as part of your garden project.  As with all of our installations, our team leader will do an initial walkthrough to review the details of the project before beginning, and provide daily updates.  Our team completes the job with photo documentation of each element.


After installation, some adjustments may be needed.  For example, we routinely offer courtesy visits to former clients to adjust the plumb of a gate post after settling, and we offer repairs to all of our products.