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How long does it take for a fence to be installed?
Although each installation is different, the process for a residential installation typically takes 1-2 days (depending on the weather), and for the bigger jobs, a 3rd day will be necessary.
Does your company give free estimates?
Yes. In many situations, providing that the customer can give us accurate measurements, we can do preliminary estimates by phone, which can expedite the process. Later, to proceed with the project, we can come out and confirm the measurements and make any changes needed.
What kind of guarantee will the fence have?
Material warranties are usually provided by the manufacturer. The term of any warranty will vary from product to product. Generally, the better the material, the better and more secure the warranty.
What types of fence materials and styles are there to choose from?
Depending on your needs, Good Neighbor Fence, Inc. offers a wide variety of fencing materials and styles for you to choose from. Please feel free to take a look at our online brochure for more information on what we offer.
Who will install my fence?
Owner Shane Lacks and his crew, who bring more than a decade of fence fabrication and installation experience to the company, perform all installations. Good Neighbor Fence, Inc. does not use subcontractors to install our work. Therefore, we have control over the quality of the installation and the workmanship of your fence project.
How long will the fence last?
The life of a fence depends on many factors, including the integrity of the fabrication climate, materials used, climate, and soil conditions to name a few.
For strength, longevity, and durability, Good Neighbor Fence Inc. uses only the highest quality fencing materials. If properly built and expertly installed, a fence should provide 15 to 20 years of enjoyment.
What do I need to know before having the fence installed?
You need to assess:
- The purpose of the fence (privacy, pet or pool enclosure, property, etc.).
- Where exactly the fence will be located.
- What type of fence you want (materials, height, style, features, and accessories).
- When you plan to have the work completed. (For example, are there landscaping, remodeling, or surveying issues which need to be completed before the fence installation)?
- When a fence is well planned, properly designed, carefully crafted, and expertly installed, it leaves the impression that it belongs. A good fence will last a long time, and you need to make a decision that you will be able to live with.
How do I select a good, reputable, qualified fence company?
We recommend you ask several questions:
- Ask your local Better Business Bureau if the company has a complaint history.
- Ask the company for a list of customers, residential and commercial, and contact some of them.
- Make sure you contact some of the customers who have had recent work completed and some who have had work done in the past.
- Take the time to inspect some of this work.
- Ask for bank and supplier references, including individuals to contact. Follow through with reference checks.
- Ask for copies of proof of the company’s liability insurance. This will protect you from liability while the company’s installers are on your property.