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  • Blue Ribbon Roofing LLC
    Went smooth. John was on top of it. Left the job cleaner than when they arrived. Saved me money too.
    SCOTT D.
  • BASTROP Fence
    Bastrop Fencing did an excellent job on our "smallish" garden fence. They promptly came out and took the specs snd quoted us a fair price. Built just like we wanted. There were a few changes, and they made them quickly and professionally. Friendly and hard working. The work ethic outstanding. I love the new sturdy and beautiful fence
    AJ F.
  • HandyRandy
    Randy is an invaluable resource for so many different tasks. We have used him for years for drywall , ceiling fans , lawn work , you name it.
    Scott R.
  • HandyRandy
    Randy always has a smile on his face, shows up when he says he will, has a positive attitude, does good work, prices are reasonable, is trustworthy, and I trust him in my home. I highly recommend his services
    Al J.
  • Sturdi Services LLC
    Fantastic, I see where they get their name. With the square flanged galvanized post, deck screws in place of nails and concrete that was mixed rather than poured dry in the hole insured a finish product that will probably out live me. Wade and his crew paid attention to detail and stayed in constant communication with me. I was very impressed...this is the third time I've replaced this fence in 30 years and the quality of this fence vastly out weighs the quality of the previous two
    Dawn A.
  • JJG Land Improvements
    It went well. Jordan showed up on time and took care not to damage the house while pushing the trees over that were grown into the chain link fence. He hauled everything off. He did a wonderful job digging out an old stock tank on the property and improving the berm, now I can’t wait to get some good rain so it’ll fill up
    William H.
  • Sagamore Fence & Deck
    I needed new fencing for a section of my wooden fence that had fallen down and was no longer usable. Since we're on a busy street, they were able to come out the next day and get it done in a matter of hours. Tony and Jessica were lovely to work with, and I look forward to having Sagamore install a new fence for me in the future
    Malina P.
  • Sanchez Fence LLC
    Oscar (owner) provided a same day quote and estimated date of when the project would be completed. His crew showed up within the prescribed timeframe. Work is top notch and efficient.
    Sean I.
  • Sanchez Fence LLC
    We are very pleased with the beautiful newly renovated pool fence. Everyone was courteous, friendly and hard working. They tried very hard to accommodate our specifications. We recommend them highly and would hire them again.
    Elaine S.
  • Sanchez Fence LLC
    Crew very professional and courteous from start to finish. Outstanding quality work results in just two days. It’s not very common these days to find professionals like Sanchez Fencing who are truly committed to their profession by providing exactly what their customers paid for.
    Fred P.

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Fencing FAQ

  1. How much does it cost to install a fence?

    Answer: The average cost to install a fence is $2,600. A variety of factors will impact the overall cost of fencing installation, such as the length of the fence, the materials you choose, and local labor costs. Fencing projects using the lowest cost materials and with lower labor costs can cost as little as $1 to $6 per linear foot, while projects using the highest cost materials and with higher labor costs may be as high as $15 to $45.

  2. Do I need a permit to build a fence around a yard?

    Answer: Whether you’ll need a permit to build a fence around your yard will depend on your city or county's local codes. Many metropolitan and suburban areas require a permit to install most fencing, but they may not for fences situated behind a house as opposed to in front of it or fences that don’t run within a certain distance of the road. To find out if you’ll need a permit to fence your yard, reach out directly to your local government office.

  3. What is the cheapest fence to install?

    Answer: The cheapest fencing to install is chain-link fencing. Chain-link fencing is typically cheaper than other fence types because the materials cost less, and installation is generally quicker and easier than other options. Chain-link fencing is affordable, easy to install, and low maintenance. However, it’s usually considered less secure than other options and doesn’t increase resale value as much as fences made of different materials.

  4. Is a wood or vinyl fence cheaper?

    Answer: Wood fences are generally cheaper than the cost of vinyl fences. While the cost of materials for wood and vinyl fences is usually very similar, the labor cost associated with installing a vinyl fence is higher. Wood fencing is also easier to install than vinyl fencing, making it possible to save money by making wood fence installation a DIY project. It’s also possible to DIY install a vinyl fence.

  5. What is the life expectancy of a vinyl fence?

    Answer: Vinyl fencing can be expected to last between 10 and 30 years. Vinyl fencing is generally low maintenance, but proper care will ensure it lasts as long as possible. Its long life span and high return on investment make vinyl fencing a popular option for many homeowners.

  6. What type of fence adds to the property value?

    Answer: Installing quality fencing, no matter the fence type, will generally add value to your property. In general, fences made of longer-lasting, lower-maintenance, and more attractive materials—like wrought-iron, composite, or vinyl—add more value to a property than fences made of lower-cost or less attractive materials, like chain-link. To ensure your fencing adds as much value to your home as possible, be sure it’s properly permitted, approved by your homeowners association (if you have one), and installed properly.

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