Installing a new fence can improve the appearance of your yard in addition to offering privacy. Homeowners, though, may be surprised by the hidden costs.
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- DAVE KARCHERAs you can see from my examples above, this guy is EXCELLENT! We have been using him for 3 years. We are gone a lot because we travel. Dave is so dependable that we don't have to concern ourselves about our yard and property care as we know he will take care of it and it will always look fabulous!
- AWC Deck & FenceDale was great to work with. He responded to our inquiry, measured within a few days, and installed when scheduled. He has even stopped in after the work was completed to ensure all was going well and that we were enjoying our space.
- AWC Deck & FenceDale was very professional. Started on Wednesday and finished on Thursday. We were very pleased with his work.
- Creative Deck & FenceFence not straight gate blew down after 14 days installed. No support in posts. No support in gate. Did not put gate where I told him I wanted it and I wanted an 8 foot gave he made it a 6 1/2 foot gate. He refused to buy the needed pieces to fix gate that he didn't support to begin with. When I called to let him know the gate was down he laughed and said he wad no weatherman and we only get wind a couples times. He had his young son and another young man doing most of the work
- M&R ContractorsIt did not go well at all. He did not do the job. But, took the money and did not deliver the material to us. We were unable to find him although we sued against him already. At first, he kept calling us in saying that all his crews were in jail and will not be able to do the work himself. Overall, I am grading him a F. I am not going to use him in the future
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- Blass Residential Services223 W Main St
Lima, Ohio 45806
- Blass Residential Services
- Certified Contractors9000 Maumee Western Road
Monclova, Ohio 43542
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- Fredericksburg Builders2532 S Apple Creek Rd
Apple Creek, Ohio 44606
- Fredericksburg Builders
- G.A. Wilson Builders3557 County Road 1
Swanton, Ohio 43558
- G.A. Wilson Builders
- Invisible Fence Brand of NW OH & SE MI6100 MONROE ST
Sylvania, Ohio 43560
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- Lance's Hidden FencingPO Box 20040
Columbus, Ohio 43220
- Lance's Hidden Fencing
- Palmer Construction & Electrical LLC273 S Washington St
Tiffin, Ohio 44883
- Palmer Construction & Electrical LLC
- Quality Decks LLC304 1/2 Boundry St
Oak Hill, Ohio 45656
- Quality Decks LLC
- Swiss Valley Fence Ltd2411 State Route 39
Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681
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- Taylor renovations 624 1/2 E Warren St
BUCYRUS, Ohio 44820
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.