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 What types of fence do you install?

All styles of Wood, Vinyl, Aluminum, Farm (split rail). 

Does your company provide any warranties for your fence products?

Answer: Yes. Our company provides some of the strongest warranties in the industry. Our PVC has a lifetime warranty against peeling, flaking, blistering, rotting, and corroding. This warranty is transferable one time. Along with lifetime warranties on aluminum and vinyl products, we also offer lifetime gate adjustments, which is extremely rare in the fencing industry.
Do you use your own employees or do you use subcontractors?
Answer: We only use company employees, not subcontractors. Our company installers are professionally trained in the installation of fence. All our employees are covered by worker’s compensation, so if someone gets injured on your property, we have it covered


Does your company use concrete when installing a fence?

Answer: When installing a vinyl fence, aluminum, or a chain link fence, our company uses concrete. We do not use concrete when installing wood fences due to the fact that moisture tends to build up around the posts and will rot the posts faster than the moisture in the soil. Other than wood fences, concrete is included on each post that is installed.

Does a fence add value to a home?

If you're trying to sell a house, the appearance of a fence adds value to the home overall. Buyers with children or pets will appreciate the privacy and security of an enclosed backyard.


What is a linear foot in fencing?

In most cases, linear feet are simply a measurement in feet. ... Linear footage is a measure of length, one foot is one linear foot. Linear footage measurements do require a straight line measurement. Lumber and fencing are commonly sold by the linear foot.


What do you do to help gates from sagging?

Answer: We use heavy-duty, stainless steel hardware and use an 8' aluminum insert in the hinge and latch posts to give the gate more strength. But don’t worry, we offer lifetime gate adjustments for FREE for the life of your fence.

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