Answering Our Frequently Asked Questions About Fencing
Posted March 23, 2021 to Before You Buy: Tips, Advice, Checklists.
Installing a fence is a big project to take on. At Sierra Structures, we realize that some homeowners may have all kinds of questions, and we are here to answer them. From residential to commercial fencing, we have over 20 years of experience helping people get that perfect fence that they have been looking for.
Here are some of our most frequently asked questions about fencing:
- How much will my fence cost? Cost is a huge factor when trying to build a fence. It is important to get what you want out of a fence but also stay within your designated budget. We know this is important for our customers. The total fence cost will be dependent upon the yard size and what type of fence you are wanting. Try out our free fence quote calculator to get an estimate or get an onsite fence estimate today.
- What type of fence should I get? From chain link to vinyl, there are so many types of fences to choose from. The type you choose will depend on your personal preferences. Check out our website to see what kinds of fences we install or contact us to learn more about fencing materials.
- Can you meet my HOA standards? We have installed fences all over North Carolina from Raleigh to Wilmington. With this experience, we have seen many different strict HOA standards. We make sure to communicate with our customers and their HOA to be able to follow all of these requirements while still providing you with a fence you love.
- What will be the required maintenance for the fence? Required maintenance mainly depends on the type of fence you end up choosing. Vinyl typically requires less repairs and maintenance where wood fencing usually takes more time to keep up with. Contact us to learn more about how you can keep up with your fence maintenance.
Building a fence shouldn’t be such a hassle. At Sierra Structures, getting started is easy because we offer financing with no interest payments for six months. Get started with an onsite estimate. All our estimators wear masks, stay outside and stay six feet away at all times. We are so excited to work with you!