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NorthBay Fence Builders

The Premier Fence Installation Company in Petaluma California

NorthBay Fence Builders

Petaluma
Petaluma California 94954
United States

707-779-2573

Business Description

It takes more than just tools and materials to create a fence that is truly exceptional. It also takes a thorough understanding of the Petaluma landscape. NorthBay Fence Builders stands as the go-to provider of professional fence installation services in Petaluma, CA. Our approach goes beyond mere installation; rather, it takes into account each property in Petaluma to find solutions that accentuate both its beauty and security.


As Petaluma's most experienced fence installation contractor, professionalism defines our team, which strives to deliver fence installation services that exceed industry standards. Each project is meticulously planned and executed to ensure the best possible outcome. Petaluma residents deserve a fence that is more than just an ordinary fence. They deserve craftsmanship that speaks volumes of how much care has been invested in each installation project.

Business Hours

Monday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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About Petaluma

Petaluma is a city in Sonoma County, California, located in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. Its population was 59,776 according to the 2020 census.Petaluma's name comes from the Miwok village named Péta Lúuma that was located on the banks of the Petaluma River. The modern city originates in Rancho Petaluma, granted in 1834 to famed Californio statesman Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, considered to be the founder of Petaluma. Today, Petaluma is known for its well-preserved historic center and as a local hub for the Petaluma Valley region of Sonoma County. == History == The Coast Miwok resided throughout Marin and southern Sonoma County. The village of Péta Lúuma (Coast Miwok for "backside of the hill", or "sloping ridge") was east of the Petaluma River, with a number of other Coast Miwok villages nearby: Wotoki was immediately to the south of Péta Lúuma, on the opposite side of the river; Etem, Likatiut, and Tuchayalin were near today's downtown; and Tulme and Susuli were just north of today's city limits.The Petaluma area was part of a 66,000-acre (270 km2) 1834 Mexican land grant by Governor Jose Figueroa to Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo called Rancho Petaluma. In 1836, Vallejo ordered construction of his Rancho Petaluma Adobe, a ranch house near Petaluma, which his family often used as a summer home, while he resided in the neighboring town of Sonoma. Vallejo's influence and Mexican control in the region began to decline after Vallejo's arrest during the Bear Flag Revolt in 1846. Pioneers moved to Petaluma from the eastern United States after James Marshall found gold in the Sierra Nevada in 1848. The town's position on the Petaluma River in the heart of productive farmland was critical to its growth during the 19th and early 20th centuries.

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