- Do you call for the under ground
lines to be marked before you dig, or should I ?
do, which is a free service to anyone. All we need to do is give them a 48 hour notice, ( 2-business days ), and not more
than 14 days notice when we are planning to dig.
- What is the " electric drop location fee " ?
get your electric line marked, from power box to power box is part of the free service, but to locate as to where that line
" drops " over to each house is not free. If that line were to be hit, it would cost more than $ 1,000.00, and possibly
injure someone as well. This fee is not necessary if your electricity enters your house from above, and not under ground.
- Do you haul off the old fence ?
we do, we take it to the nearest Type IV landfill... The cost of tearing it down, and hauling it off is within our bid price,
unless otherwise mentioned.
- What type of warranty do you give on your fences ?
is standard within the Fencing business to give a one year warranty on the workmanship.
- Do you take credit cards ?
we don't, there's not enough of a demand for it. One thing we can do, is when ordering your material, you can go pay for it
on a credit card, but the remaining balance will need to be cash or check.
- Do you or your workers speak English ?
All of us.
- Do you charge for estimates?
for the first estimate, or an alteration to the first estimate, but to keep on revising the bid with no commitment simply
runs into time away from other project. We have to take care of our families...
- How soon after you measure my project,
can you get started ?
It will depend
on how many commitments we have at the time, usually within a week or two. At times the next couple of days...
- To save money, I believe I can build my own fence, do you have any advice ?
of all I would like to offer some help, we can come in and just set the posts for you, which is the most labor-some part of
building a fence. If you would still like to do it all yourself, then might I emphasize our standard of going 24-inches deep
on your posts. Technically you need to go 21-inches deep, but we have found that to go 24-inches will withstand higher winds.
99 % of our fences withstood Hurricane " IKE " in September of 2008. We sure can't beat the price of you doing it...
- I don't believe that
I need my fence changed out, it is just leaning, What would you suggest ?
may be able to reset the existing posts at a very reasonable price. One " possibility " is that the original fence
builder didn't go deep enough with the posts, which made it more top heavy, yet hurricane winds can be rough.
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