Q- Should I use pressure
treated pine or cedar for my new fence?
A- Pressure treated pine is chemically treated to provide resistance to insect damage and limited to resistance to water damage. Pine has a tendency to split, twist and bow more so than cedar. Cedar is the more attractive of the two products and will look better for longer. Cedar is the overwhelming choice when it comes down to what really looks best.
Q- How long is the warranty on my new fence?
A- We offer a one year limited warranty on workmanship and labor. Warranty on material will vary depending on the product you choose.
Q- Do wood fences need sealing?
A- To preserve the look and prolong the life of your new fence you should stain, seal or paint your fence 4-6 weeks after installation.
Q- How much do I have to pay upfront?
A- We don't require any upfront payment on any in-stock products. We may require you to put a deposit on special orders, this would include; gate operators, some ornamental gates and certain styles of ornamental aluminum fence.
Q- How long will it take?
A- Most residential fences can be completed in one to two days, large industrial jobs may take a week. This all depends on the size of the job.
Q- Do I need a survey?
A- Most of the time we can install your fence based on the property plat you should have received at closing.
Q- How much fence do I need?
A- Every need is different, so we offer FREE estimates to help you decide what is best for you.