Experienced commercial fence contractors will deliver a quality product and great service at a solid price. Here is what to look for when working with a fencing professional at United Fence.
A reliable commercial fence contractor will install a quality fence and give you peace of mind going forward.
Like all business, hiring a commercial fence company is a two-way street. The more you know about the process and how you can accommodate the contractor, the easier you will make it for them to perform quality work and offer you a great price. Here are some things to think about before meeting with a contractor:
- Identify trees, obstacles, uneven ground, etc. that may affect the fencing.
- Speak with your neighbors and your HOA beforehand to get approval for new fencing.
- Assess how the fence will look and function in relation to the rest of the property.
- Know what materials are available (usually steel, aluminum, vinyl, and different types of wood) and choose the type of fence you want.
- Make your site as accessible as possible. Clear a wide path, unlock gates, and keep pets indoors.
Prepare questions about the project timeline, warranty, cost, and whether the company will pull permits.
Different Fence Materials
Fencing materials are as plentiful as fence styles. Experienced commercial fence contractors understand the aesthetic and functional pros and cons of each in relation to your fencing goals. Common fence materials include steel, aluminum, vinyl, chain link, and a variety of woods. Some provide more eye appeal at the cost of durability, while others last longer at the expense of aesthetics. Slopes, trees, and the local climate will also impact how well a particular type of fence will perform. A reliable commercial fence company will recommend the right type of fencing in accordance with these variables.
A Variety of Fence Styles
Traditional fence styles include picket, lattice, and chain link. There are also a variety of styles that serve specific functional and ornamental purposes. Ideally, you want a fence that complements the aesthetics of your property and performs a specific function. For example, you may want a tall fence for privacy and security or one to keep your pets from venturing off on their own. If you tend a garden, you may want a fence to support vines, bushes, or trees. Certain fence toppings such as spikes and barbed wire may not comply with your HOA or the laws in your city or state. An experienced fence contractor will help you choose a fence that looks good, complies with local regulations, and gets the job done.
Dependable commercial fence contractors will work with you every step of the way to ensure your needs are met. By preparing a list of questions and information about your project, you can help them help you. Call United Fence & Construction Co. at (501) 945-1000 to speak with an experienced commercial fence company that places your needs first.