FAQs

Whether vinyl coated or uncoated, chain linkfence typically lasts between 20 and 30 years. Buying a gauge with a smaller number, such as a 9 rather than 11 1/2 gauge, can extend the life slightly; the smaller the number, the stronger the fence and the thicker the material. We use 9 gauge almost exclusively for commercial purposes. Wood fences, by comparison, typically last about 15 years but are more expensive to replace and maintain.
Depending on your material choice, residential Fencing can last anywhere from 15 years to 30 years. Wood with proper maintainence will last around 15 years. While vinyl and black aluminum will last closer to 30 years.
We install all types of Fencing chainlink, wood, ornamental aluminum, vinyl, composite, and custom projects.
Our installation team including me have a combined experience of 45 years of experience, myself I have been installing fences for over 10 years.
We can usually start and complete most projects within 2 days of the start of the project. With regular residential lots we usually complete the project in 1 day. Our Normal waiting time from signing of contract to completion is around 4-6 weeks. This is due to a variety of reasons. Material acquisition and also how many customers are ahead of you.
Wood does require initial staining and or painting, and periodic checking, while all other types of Fencing require little to no maintenance whatsoever.
Many city's have their own requirement regarding fence height, we will advise you on what's allowed, also most HOA'S also have restrictions on style and material choice, we will also handle your hoa paperwork as a part of out service to you. Most communities have a 6 foot maximum.
The cost to install a fence is all based on the linear footage of your yard. We will come out help you design your project then give you an accurate quote based on the footage. We give free estimates and consultations!