We are one of the premier fence installation companies in Denver. We provide service to all areas of Denver including Denver Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. We specialize in installing aluminum, vinyl, wood, chain link and several other types of fences.
Our focus is on delivering a quality product to our customers that provides their property with safety, security, and long lasting durability for years to come. We believe in leading the industry by giving full transparency with our customers, showing them detailed design options before permitting so that you have exactly what you intended on. From the time we come to your residence to go over options, and setting a date and time to begin the work, we make sure to listen to any specifications our customers request. If you do not know your municipality’s property laws, don’t fret, as we will guide you through anything that may be necessary or requests that cannot be completed. We do not hide any pricing for the last minute and give a full budget outline before starting the job, so there are no surprises when we are finished. By the end of the installation process, you will not notice our team was there, as we make sure to leave your property line spotless and better than when we came.
We believe in providing quality service and using top brands for materials so that you don’t have to call us in a just a few months or years for repairs and replacement work. Our pricing can range from $500 to multiple thousands, depending on your property and requirements. We do not offer the cheapest fencing options in the area, because we pride ourselves in producing incomparable craftsmanship, that you can trust and rely on, rather than sacrificing excellence for saving a few dollars. In the long run, you can rest assured knowing that your property is protected and only increases in value over the years.
We source from the top local manufacturers of every fence type. Whether you are looking for a classic wrought iron design or a more modern horizontal wood fence or aluminum variation, we bring some of the best options in the area for you. If there is something you have your mind set on that may need to be imported, we have a multitude of experience working with manufacturers from our of state and overseas.
We will do whatever it takes to make sure our clients are given what they hope for. Some contractors may think you are being too picky, but we believe the place you call home should be the way you want down to the very last detail, given that you have to see it every day! This goes for both aesthetic looks as well as practicality, as far as fencing because we take your safety just as seriously as you do.
Once our team is on the premises, we start by going over our custom process for your home fence installation in Denver. Beginning by setting the posts and determining spacing, we make sure every inch measures up to our plans before using our high grade augers for digging. After we make sure everything is accurate, and finish digging post holes into the ground, we set the posts in gravel or cement. For wooden fences, we add a preservative to the ends of each post so not to rot the wood. For metal fencing, we then begin to attach the panels that you have pre-selected.
We usually install the gate panels last, as this can take a larger portion of the day, especially if our clients request automatic gates that deal with electronic components. Once the gate is in, and we give it a few test runs, we begin to clean up the site. Depending on the size and scope of your fence project, installation can range from a single day to multiple days for larger properties with more elaborate materials. No matter the size of your project, we guarantee to get it done right, leaving you with a beautiful addition to your home and added security for you and your family.
If you have more questions on installing a fence on your property, here is a quick and easy guide through the process, if you prefer to do-it-yourself.
DIY Fence Aluminum & Wood Fence Installation Guide and Tips on Hiring a Professional
Take the guesswork out of fencing with our easy installation guide.
#1 Check local building codes to make sure you have a sturdy barrier against intruders.
#2 If you decide against a DIY project, make sure your fence is installed by an experienced professional who knows what they are doing or hire a contractor if needed.
#3 Be careful when choosing the type of post spacing, as this will affect the overall price and look of your new outdoor security system!
After ordering your new fence materials the most difficult part is over so all that remains is installing them. I’m talking about putting up posts, rails, end caps, etc. The good news is most wood fence panels have already been arranged properly so you don’t need to worry about matching up pickets and evenly spacing them.
#4 – Wood Fencing Installation Tips
Wood fences are known for being fairly easy to install, but this doesn’t mean they won’t require a bit of time and effort on your part, especially if you’re planning to save on the costs and do it yourself . Since you’ve already chosen your fence panel style make sure all the materials are properly stacked and ready for use. It’s important to read all installation instructions (included with your fence order) before starting so you will know how much effort will each task require of you
#4.1 – Aluminum fencing installation tips
Aluminum fence panels are designed to be as easy and quick to install as possible. They come in a standard 4 feet by 8 feet size that’s perfect for any residential or commercial fencing project! All the materials required for installation will be delivered with your order so all you have to do is go online and pick the right type of posts, rails, end caps, etc.
#4.2 – DIY Fence Installation Tips
If you’re a do-it-yourself kind of person (like me) and will try to install your new fence panels on your own don’t rush into this decision as it requires some effort! Make sure all posts are perfectly leveled before installing and use a string line as a guide to ensure their straightness.
#4.3 – Wood and Aluminum Fence Installation Tips
Read the installation instructions that come with your fence order before you start so you will know how much effort each task will require of you. If we’re talking about wood fences, make sure all panels are arranged properly
Write a paragraph about putting aluminum fence posts in the ground using concrete, and the amount of time it takes to dry.
#5 – Pros & Cons – Aluminum vs Wood Fencing
What are the pros of aluminum fence over wooden fencing?
Aluminum is more durable than wood so it lasts longer. It does not need to be treated or stained, so it is easy to maintain, and also does not rot when exposed to moisture. Aluminum fence panels have no knots, which means they are less likely to split during installation or from natural weathering.
Aluminum fences require less frequent maintenance than wood fencing as they do not rot or splinter. Where a wood fence typically lasts only 15 years, aluminum fence panels can last up to 50 years. Aluminum fencing is waterproof so it is ideal for coastal regions or any area with heavy rainfall. It also does not suffer from insect infestation and is termite proof.
#5 – Wood vs Aluminum Fence – Weak Points
Wood fences are more attractive than an aluminum fence , but they require more maintenance and attention than aluminum fences. Since wood requires regular treatment, it can be quite expensive to maintain especially if you have a large property. Wood fences are easy to climb over which makes them an unsuitable choice for homes with children or pets who could potentially escape . The natural color of wood does not blend in well with the natural surroundings and building materials such as brick or stone which makes them look out of place .
#6 – Aluminum vs Wood Prices
The cost to install a wood fence depends on the type and quality you choose, but it can range from $7.40 per lineal foot to $8.80 per lineal foot. To give you an idea of the cost, a typical wood privacy fence will cost somewhere between $1,350 and $2,600 depending on the type of wood used . Aluminum fences are typically roughly half the price of wood and can be bought for $3-$5 per linear foot in most online retail stores, but prices have been varying heavily every month, over the last few years.
#7 – Aluminum vs Wood Fence Maintenance
Aluminum fences will usually last longer than wood fences, however they are not maintenance-free . They require regular cleaning and also need to be repainted every few years in order to keep them looking like new. An aluminum fence that is installed underground requires a special coating on the rails and posts to prevent corrosion and rust. This makes this kind of fence more expensive than wood fences .
To maintain a wooden fence, you should treat the wood regularly with an exterior stain or sealer which will help keep it looking new for longer. It is also important to inspect your fence regularly for rot or damage and replace any worn parts immediately so that damage does not spread and your fence falls apart.
What kind of finish do I need?
Most people prefer a smooth on one side (with knots) on the other so there’s no split between two colors! This way you get your fence to blend in with the environment required for your specific needs. You can also choose rough cut wood panels or pickets made from different materials such as aluminum, vinyl or faux wood . The choice is yours! Just provide our contractors with requirements and they will definitely come up with a solution that meets your needs!
#8 – Aluminum vs Wood Fencing: Conclusion
Wood fences are more expensive to install than aluminum because they have to be treated regularly in order to keep them looking good . Maintenance costs will also add up over time.
However, some homeowners prefer this type of fencing because it is less obtrusive than the typical aluminum fence, and can give the required privacy without blocking out the view.
Wood fences require more maintenance in comparison to an aluminum fence, but they are also easier to fix when there is any damage . If you decide on wood fencing it is important to keep a supply of stain or sealer so that you can treat your fence regularly. Even if you own a small property, wood fencing is an ideal option as it will blend in with your surroundings and look natural to anyone passing by.
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