RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FENCING

Proudly Providing Exceptional Products and Service to the Greater Akron Area Since 2007

Before You Decide!

 

Please… Educate Yourself!

 

Click through the rest of our web site (and others), learn as much as you can about different products and various installation methods. Browse through our photos to see how products look in actual install situations. (Professionally produced brochures are nice, but please know that manufacturers most always create perfect install conditions to show off their products.)

 

It’s very important for you to know your actual property lines/boundaries. They are often marked at the corners of the property with rebar metal pins (sometimes plastic caps may have been used). If you are uncertain about the location of your property lines, in most cases we can order a boundary survey for you for about $250. You can also find information about your property from the county tax records or a mortgage location survey is usually done when you purchase a house. Investing in an actual survey is entirely up to you. Please weigh the risk/reward against a neighbor filing a complaint and the possibility of having to pay to relocate part of your new fence.

 

After you’ve done some basic research, the next step is to request an on-site consultation (or more than one). We will inspect the location where the fence is to be installed, discuss possible problems or obstacles that need to be addressed, and make recommendations about specific products that are most likely to suit your needs. In most cases, we can accurately quote your project while on-site.

We also recommended that you obtain other quotes/consultations for comparison purposes. The cost of fence varies greatly between styles and materials. You will do well to select the vendor who asks the most questions, offers the best options and gives you a feeling that they truly understand the project and your needs.

 

If you receive a quote that is significantly lower than other reputable fence companies… beware! Some small variances in material and labor costs are common; all vendors should be in the same neighborhood with their estimates. However, a low-ball quote is a “red flag” that would indicate that the vendor may not be using installers who have been background checked, trained and insured or using substandard materials or installation methods. As they say, “Buyer beware!”

 

Make sure you understand the full scope of work; everything that is to be included with your project. As you might imagine, vague estimates and contracts often lead to conflict and problems. If permits are required for your project, please be completely certain as to who will be responsible for acquiring them.

 

After you have selected a contractor, please know that it is quite common for the contractor to request a portion of the total payment upfront to purchase materials. Here in Ohio, homeowners have three business days to cancel any contracts. Therefore, many contractors will wait to order materials until this time has passed.

 

Permits are commonly required for fence construction. The time-frame and cost to acquire permits varies greatly between building departments. If a zoning permit is required, it usually must be obtained before a building permit will be issued.

 

After permits are issued and materials are acquired, the next step is to schedule your fence or deck installation. Should you choose The Fence Masters, you will be slotted for the first available workday in our schedule.

 

Our installation teams typically start the day between 7:00a.m. and 9:00a.m. Our installers will perform a “walk around” the property with you and go over every detail of your project. After installation and clean up, a final “walk around” is preformed to ensure you are satisfied with every aspect of your new fence. Only after you express complete satisfaction will the balance of the invoice be requested.

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Before You Decide!

 

Please… Educate Yourself!

 

Click through the rest of our web site (and others), learn as much as you can about different products and various installation methods. Browse through our photos to see how products look in actual install situations. (Professionally produced brochures are nice, but please know that manufacturers most always create perfect install conditions to show off their products.)

 

It’s very important for you to know your actual property lines/boundaries. They are often marked at the corners of the property with rebar metal pins (sometimes plastic caps may have been used). If you are uncertain about the location of your property lines, in most cases we can order a boundary survey for you for about $250. You can also find information about your property from the county tax records or a mortgage location survey is usually done when you purchase a house. Investing in an actual survey is entirely up to you. Please weigh the risk/reward against a neighbor filing a complaint and the possibility of having to pay to relocate part of your new fence.

 

After you’ve done some basic research, the next step is to request an on-site consultation (or more than one). We will inspect the location where the fence is to be installed, discuss possible problems or obstacles that need to be addressed, and make recommendations about specific products that are most likely to suit your needs. In most cases, we can accurately quote your project while on-site.

We also recommended that you obtain other quotes/consultations for comparison purposes. The cost of fence varies greatly between styles and materials. You will do well to select the vendor who asks the most questions, offers the best options and gives you a feeling that they truly understand the project and your needs.

 

If you receive a quote that is significantly lower than other reputable fence companies… beware! Some small variances in material and labor costs are common; all vendors should be in the same neighborhood with their estimates. However, a low-ball quote is a “red flag” that would indicate that the vendor may not be using installers who have been background checked, trained and insured or using substandard materials or installation methods. As they say, “Buyer beware!”

 

Make sure you understand the full scope of work; everything that is to be included with your project. As you might imagine, vague estimates and contracts often lead to conflict and problems. If permits are required for your project, please be completely certain as to who will be responsible for acquiring them.

 

After you have selected a contractor, please know that it is quite common for the contractor to request a portion of the total payment upfront to purchase materials. Here in Ohio, homeowners have three business days to cancel any contracts. Therefore, many contractors will wait to order materials until this time has passed.

 

Permits are commonly required for fence construction. The time-frame and cost to acquire permits varies greatly between building departments. If a zoning permit is required, it usually must be obtained before a building permit will be issued.

 

After permits are issued and materials are acquired, the next step is to schedule your fence or deck installation. Should you choose The Fence Masters, you will be slotted for the first available workday in our schedule.

 

Our installation teams typically start the day between 7:00a.m. and 9:00a.m. Our installers will perform a “walk around” the property with you and go over every detail of your project. After installation and clean up, a final “walk around” is preformed to ensure you are satisfied with every aspect of your new fence. Only after you express complete satisfaction will the balance of the invoice be requested.

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL FENCING

Proudly Providing Exceptional Products and Service to the Greater Akron Area Since 2007

  • MENU

Before You Decide!

 

Please… Educate Yourself!

 

Click through the rest of our web site (and others), learn as much as you can about different products and various installation methods. Browse through our photos to see how products look in actual install situations. (Professionally produced brochures are nice, but please know that manufacturers most always create perfect install conditions to show off their products.)

 

It’s very important for you to know your actual property lines/boundaries. They are often marked at the corners of the property with rebar metal pins (sometimes plastic caps may have been used). If you are uncertain about the location of your property lines, in most cases we can order a boundary survey for you for about $250. You can also find information about your property from the county tax records or a mortgage location survey is usually done when you purchase a house. Investing in an actual survey is entirely up to you. Please weigh the risk/reward against a neighbor filing a complaint and the possibility of having to pay to relocate part of your new fence.

 

After you’ve done some basic research, the next step is to request an on-site consultation (or more than one). We will inspect the location where the fence is to be installed, discuss possible problems or obstacles that need to be addressed, and make recommendations about specific products that are most likely to suit your needs. In most cases, we can accurately quote your project while on-site.

We also recommended that you obtain other quotes/consultations for comparison purposes. The cost of fence varies greatly between styles and materials. You will do well to select the vendor who asks the most questions, offers the best options and gives you a feeling that they truly understand the project and your needs.

 

If you receive a quote that is significantly lower than other reputable fence companies… beware! Some small variances in material and labor costs are common; all vendors should be in the same neighborhood with their estimates. However, a low-ball quote is a “red flag” that would indicate that the vendor may not be using installers who have been background checked, trained and insured or using substandard materials or installation methods. As they say, “Buyer beware!”

 

Make sure you understand the full scope of work; everything that is to be included with your project. As you might imagine, vague estimates and contracts often lead to conflict and problems. If permits are required for your project, please be completely certain as to who will be responsible for acquiring them.

 

After you have selected a contractor, please know that it is quite common for the contractor to request a portion of the total payment upfront to purchase materials. Here in Ohio, homeowners have three business days to cancel any contracts. Therefore, many contractors will wait to order materials until this time has passed.

 

Permits are commonly required for fence construction. The time-frame and cost to acquire permits varies greatly between building departments. If a zoning permit is required, it usually must be obtained before a building permit will be issued.

 

After permits are issued and materials are acquired, the next step is to schedule your fence or deck installation. Should you choose The Fence Masters, you will be slotted for the first available workday in our schedule.

 

Our installation teams typically start the day between 7:00a.m. and 9:00a.m. Our installers will perform a “walk around” the property with you and go over every detail of your project. After installation and clean up, a final “walk around” is preformed to ensure you are satisfied with every aspect of your new fence. Only after you express complete satisfaction will the balance of the invoice be requested.

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See what others are saying about our work:

© 2016  THE FENCECH MASTERS

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED