|Fencing Questions and Answers
|Here's a quick Q&A to get you started on your search for the perfect fence.
corners staked and a survey map of your property made. It is recommended as a
homeowner to have a survey of your property done every 10 years.
contact your local building department to ask if a permit is needed.
apply for a variance. However, the price and time it will take to get a variance differs
from town to town. Please ask your town/village to discuss the procedures.
keep things out?
How high of a fence am I allowed by town/village code in the area I want to put
Do I want all privacy? Or can I do a combination or privacy and non-privacy
and still get the security I want?
What is my budget?
need our insurance certificate sent directly to them from our insurance agency.
Please provide us with your town/village's address, fax and phone number before you
go for your permit to save you the trouble of a double trip.
were put in by a public company. If you live in a development where your builder laid
the underground utilities personally then you must contact your builder and have
those utilities marked out by the builder. Protection Fence Company is not
responsible for damage to underground utilities.
or debit cards and apologize for the inconvenience.
damage done to the fence have a fee of $95. If you decide to have our company do
the work for you the $95 fee is credited to your balance due once you sign the
fence, please sign and date the bottom of the estimate thereby making it the contract
and return one original signed copy and the specified deposit to us. Both the signed
contract and the deposit put you on our list.
with other unforeseen occurrences sometimes force estimated installation dates to be
pushed back. We apologize for any and all delays and hope you will be patient with
Protection Fence Company and the customer.
contract with Protection Fence Company after which Protection Fence Company will
not be able to refund your deposit. If Protection Fence Company has already
ordered/manufactured your job, you are liable to pay material and labor costs
fence along your property line, it is recommended you tell your neighbor to avoid any
issues during the installation. If you have neighbor problems, please make sure that
we have ample amount of room to work on both sides of the fence (try to give us at
least a foot to maneuver between the fence and the property line especially with tall
privacy fences). We would appreciate if you keep our crew out of any confrontations.
If you have any other questions after reading the above- feel free to call or write us an e-
mail. Go to here for contact information. Thank you very much.