Matching on Angi
I was so impressed. So the fence - yes, it's perfect, no spacing between the pickets, and everything is totally flush with the ground, which they leveled and they sealed off every hole to the outside. But the chicken run attached to the fence was really a piece of art. I asked for a chicken enclosure like a kennel that attached to the fence that was totally impenetrable. Troy and helper used 2x4s to create a really nice design which had poultry netting and the cutest little door with ornate black hinges and latch close to walk in and out. I just love it. I wish I'd done it years ago. The fence was not trivial either. They had to cut pieces to fit around a tree that was hanging over it, and they did a really nice job. They also leveled the fence towards the end to slope downwards to the street, getting progressively shorter. He said he takes a lot of pride in his work and you can certainly tell. We're looking forward to hiring him again to build a tree house when we can afford it. He is just so good with design. Highly recommended! The cost (cedar pickets and posts) was $1700 and $525 for a walk-in large attached chicken coop.