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We are a locally owned and operated home repair contractor with over 15 years of experience in construction, both residential and commercial. Our goal is to provide excellent service before, during, and after the project is complete. Our job is not complete until our clients are completely satisfied!
Navid Construction is a construction and remodeling company located in Ashburn, VA. With more than 10 years of experience in the construction business, we are dedicated to improving homes in the area with remodeling, repair and handyman services. You can count on us for friendly, helpful customer se...
At Cardinal Fence our reputation builds our business. Serving local residents and home builders, we strive for excellence. Whether you're planning a simple townhouse privacy fence, or coordinating a complex fence with an existing deck, we consistently deliver superior craftsmanship, distinction, an...
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does it Cost to Install a Fence?
When you're looking to install a fence, you can typically expect to pay from $14 to $32+ per linear foot for the fencing materials plus supplies and labor.
The total cost to install a fence depends on:
● Length and height
● Bends and/or angles
● Purpose (for example: security, privacy, swimming pool safety, curb appeal)
● Ornamentation or patterns
● Whether it includes a gate (manually opened or automatic, as for a driveway fence)
What are some common types of fence material?
● Wood Fencing - The most common material a homeowner typically thinks of when considering a new fence. Wood is usually used as a privacy fence and curb appeal and can be highly customized with different stain colors. One downside is that it requires regular maintenance to keep it in good condition.
● Post and Rail Fencing (Sometimes called a Split Rail Fence) - Resembling the types of barriers you see on farms and rural areas, posts and rails are great for dividing property lines and are incredibly cost-efficient.
● Vinyl Fencing - Sought after because of it's incredibly minimal maintenance costs, a vinyl fence may be a little more expensive to install but will keep costs low in the future.
● Chain Link Fencing - Commonly seen at businesses, construction sites, schools, and more, this typically commercial fence material is economical and functional.
● Polymer Fencing - Resembling metal fence material like wrought iron, polymer fences are typically used for decorative purposes.
Can a fence improve a home’s property value?
A fence is a big investment that, if installed correctly, can raise the value of your home and last a very long time.
Would you be responsible for providing equipment/materials for the fence contractor?
Sometimes. Some Fence Specialists will prefer to use their own materials. In addition to your fencing, basic materials include posts, rails, post caps, and one or more gates as required.
Can you build a fence yourself?
Yes! There are many build-it-yourself fencing kits available from home improvement stores. For the most part, the fences offered in the kits are vinyl, as this is the easiest type of fence to install. However, installing a sturdy fence may be a very lengthy process.
However, If you lack experience with building fences it’s highly recommended that you contact a professional. Building and/or installing a fence on your own can end up being much more costly than if you had hired a professional to do the job.
How to find an expert fence contractor?
The best way to start is by asking around. Get recommendations from family, friends, and neighbors. Was the price fair? Were they pleased with the results? Did the contractor guarantee his work, and for how long?
If you need more options, check out reviews online.
What are some recommended questions to ask the fencing contractor before I hire?
Asking these important questions will help you find a top fencing pro in your area with the right experience and business practices for your needs.
-Are you licensed and insured?
-What kind of work do you do most?
-Will you provide references (for past jobs similar to mine)?
-What does your estimate include?
-What will you guarantee/warranty?
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The Fence Master For more than 45 years, The Fence Master and his professional team have been building high quality, custom designed Fences, Barns, and Stables, of any size and configuration, using...
DelCor Remodeling Servicing (703)434-1109 has been in business since 2005. We are licensed and insured. We are your one stop shop for all of your household needs. We do it all small or large, inside o...
Experienced fence contractor for over 18 years
At YK design and Remodel LLLC we've built our livelihoods on remodeling people's homes. From the simple to the lavish, we've experienced it all and we can help you every step of the way. No job is too...
Poisant Ironworks and Decks, LLC (703)304-6675 For over 12 years, Chris Poisant has worked in the construction industry as a certified welder, journeyman ironworker and foreman. He began his side bus...
Why Choose A Networx Fence Specialist?
Why choose a Networx Fence specialist? It's our mission to provide a superb experience for a homeowner to easily connect with a local fence installer so that they can make the best choice for their commercial and residential properties. To that end, every fence contractor on our site has been screened by us to ensure they are certified and licensed.
In order to be listed with us, our fence contractors are required to maintain a high level of professionalism - if we receive any valid negative feedback about any of our fence specialists, we will promptly remove them from our site. Asking yourself, “ are there any professionals doing fence installation near me?” Based on the number of cities and states we service, our fencing contractors can help you with your next project!