FAQ

1. How much will it cost?

-Cost is a vague question. We do our pricing by type of fence material, length of the fence, terrain, and many other variables. We cannot give any type of a price quote based on a verbal description either, for a solid pricing we will need to actually look at the site. Feel free to fill out our estimate page with the information that you have, drop us an email, or give us a call. We would love to take a look at your ideas.

2. How do I find my property lines?
-All properties have “pins” at the corners. If you were to go out to the corner of your property and take a very close look you may be able to locate them. Some old properties still have rocks with an “X” on them so keep an eye out for them, but they are usually big properties in the woods that haven’t been upgraded. Your county or city office also has the lines on file, they have the ability to find them, or they may have somebody come out to survey your yard. That may cost you extra money though. We have the ability to use a metal detector to try to locate your pins. We may or may not be able to find them. In the end it is ultimately your decision on where we put the fence.

3. Do I have zoning codes?
-Zoning codes are dependant of your location. From the state level all the way down to which street you live on depend on which zoning codes you fall under. Every area is different, and we could not possibly begin to know all of them for the area we work in. The easiest way is to just look at your deed. Your deed usually tells you all of your zoning codes and restrictions. We will build you any fence you would like, but it is your responsibility to do your homework and make sure you’re within your zoning regulations.

4. What if I had a grade change?
-Terrain is a big key factor in price, time, and estimating. For example, We can put chain link fence across a golf course for a lower price and more quickly than fencing through woods or swamp areas. We can put in a fence anywhere you want it, but there are price and time changes.

5. What if I am not sure of how many linear feet of fence I want?
-When it comes down to it, we are going to measure regardless. If you would like to measure for your own piece of mind that’s OK, too. Linear feet of fence is nothing more than how many feet of fence you want down. Ex: a 2x2 box has 8 linear feet because it has four sides at 2 ft each. If you don’t know or don’t want to measure it, that’s OK. Before we start any fence project, we have to measure to ensure we order the correct amount of materials.