In business since 1997

fence installation

Making space for a better life outdoors.

how cascade works

Picture of a patio cover and deck in the Pacific Northwest
step 1

We Listen & Learn

Once you fill-up the Get Started Form, our team will contact you as soon as possible. After our first 15-minute phone call, we schedule a 1-hour site walk to get to know you and your project a little better.
step 2

Design & Visualize

Once we have a good idea of what you are after, we tailor-fit a design to meet your needs. From realistic 3d renderings and finishes selections, our estimators guide you through the whole process.
step 3

Blueprint & Build

With a design that matches your dreams, we then work hard behind the scenes to take your project through the engineering, permitting, material ordering, and fabricating process. Our project manager will keep you in the loop every step of the way and ensure you receive your project on schedule or before.

Deck Check & Guarantee

Whether it’s a fence, deck, gate or patio cover we bring all hands-on deck to check all components for fit and finish. We’ll then walk the site with you to ensure everything meets your expectations and stamp the project complete when it does. All workmanship is guaranteed for life, and we choose the products that have the best warranties in their class.
cascade fence & deck

Fence Post Options

Trask Lattice Top Privacy Fence
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“Choosing the right fence posts for your cedar fence makes the difference between a 5-year fence and a lifetime fence”

Fence Costs

How much does a fence cost? How do you know whether you’re getting a good deal?

According to HomeAdvisor, most Portland homeowners spend between $1,771 and $4,557 on fence installation, with an average cost of $3,153.  Our own data shows that our customers spent between $1,733 and $21,268, with the average spending $7,497 on their fence installation in 2020.

Our full fence installation service includes planning and layout, demolition and disposal, installation, cleanup, and a lifetime workmanship warranty. Still not sure whether we’re the best choice for your project? See what other customers had to say about their fence projects below.

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Do I need a permit for my outdoor living project?

When planning an outdoor fence or deck project, it’s essential to determine if your local county or city requires a permit for the specific type of work you plan to have done.
Cedar fence

When is the best season for a fence project?

You’ve got an idea to improve your yard, but you’re not sure when you should start planning. Is it better to begin in the springtime, as the weather gets better? Or will you get a better result by starting in the winter?
Chelan Cedar Fence

Why choose metal posts for wood fences?

Galvanized steel fence posts are durable steel supports that have been coated with zinc to prevent rust. This type of fence post enhances the strength and longevity of cedar fences. Steel is stronger than wood posts.

Cedar vs Vinyl: What type of fence should I buy?

It’s time to replace your fence and you have some decisions to make. You’ve seen some nice fences in wood and vinyl and you’ve heard some pros and cons for each.

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“Love my new deck and the great support from Cascade during both the design process (yay Trevor) and excellent work by the install team *yay Ross and company!)”
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“Nice people, great customer service and a gorgeous finished product!”
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“Just wanted to give a special shout out to the two that were moving massive beams, making sure everything was meeting my goals, and being awesome to have around.”

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“This project has truly transformed our deck in a way that we could never imagine.” See all reviews