Richmond CA Fence Company
Will a new fence help your residential or business property?
An East Bay company can take a quick look at your property, find out what you are interested in and give you some good suggestions.
Why Install a Fence at Your Home or Business?
Minimize the likelihood of some bad guy breaking into your property.
Secure commercial buildings, important assets and employee items.
Stop non-employees from entering your work or an area they aren’t allowed in.
Make your home or business look better. Maybe even add to the property value a little bit.
Dampen vehicle traffic and pedestrian sights and noise.
Help make your lot seem more private and help your sense of safety.
Block your view of those frustrating neighbors. Plus their views of you.
Keep people from getting into work or building areas that aren’t safe.
Know that your children can’t merely walk away. And know where your dog is.
Contra Costa County homeowners and Fences
Homeowners get fencing installed in order to improve the privacy of their yard, supply some additional security, and even raise the curb appeal of their home.
Your builder will go over what it is you are hoping to achieve, understand your spending budget guidelines and offer some solid solutions for you to choose from.
They will build whatever design and style you like. You can use wood, coated chain link, vinyl, iron or other materials. They can work with products from a range of top manufacturers.
An important point with residential fencing is that it match up with the appearance of your house in terms of design, color and style.
They will provide examples of good looking but sturdy materials that are suitable for our section of the county and will resist the elements here in NorCal.
Lastly, there are regularly neighborhood building codes and rules to conform to, and they will be certain to go along with them.
East Bay Commercial Property Fence Installation
They can meet with a prospective commercial client, visit the property and come up with a number of cost-effective and proper strategies to select from.
Your completed fencing will be made with top materials, be solid, long lasting, look great and never take much energy to maintain.
Business or Commercial Uses
- Parking areas
- Junk yards
- Industrial facilities
- Vehicle gates
- Schools and daycare facilities
- Corrections facilities
- Sports venues
- Trash and recycling areas in the rear of buildings
- Outdoor or indoor animal kennels
- Recreation fields
- Basketball court enclosures
- Outdoor swimming pools
- Golf courses
- Apartments and condominiums
- Storage buildings
- Baseball or softball fields
They can also work inside of business buildings to design and put together interior partitions and rooms.
Picking What Type of Fence to Construct
You have several alternatives when it comes to installing your new fencing.
There are two decisions to make in the beginning. The initial decision is choosing between privacy versus non-privacy fencing. The subsequent determination is which material the fencing will be constructed from.
Choice of Materials Here in Northern California:
Chain Link – normally one of the lowest priced options. It usually is the fastest and simplest to install. May offer a galvanized alternative. Galvanized options will come with a zinc coating, so no corrosion.
Timber Split Rail – timber poles installed horizontally and vertically. No privacy or security. Has a country feel to it. Normally residential. Uses the smallest amount of material. An inexpensive alternative, particularly for large areas.
Barbed Wire – very effective for security situations. Not very attractive.
Aluminum – resistant to cracking, chipping and peeling, no maintenance.
Steel – durable, long lasting and reliable. Resistant to our weather. Lots of design choices and various costs to pick from. Can be ornamental too.
PVC Coated Chain Link – chain link covered with a shiny, protecting vinyl coating. It’s maintenance free. Routinely available in colors such as black and green.
Ornamental Iron, Steel or Aluminum – a wide assortment of styles, layouts and accessories including a variety of gates. Great looking but higher priced.
Vinyl – affordable, easy to maintain, weather resistant and retains its look and color for years. Comes in a variety of textures and accessories. Great for privacy.
Composite – similar to vinyl, but often is a blend of synthetic vinyl and recycled wood fibers made to mimic the appearance of wood and timber. The finish is resistant to water, cracking, and rotting. Great for privacy.
Wood Picket – traditional and timeless. Frequently cedar. Not very weatherproof or easy to maintain.
Wood or Timber – classic character and traditional looks. Mixes well with nature. Can be terrific for privacy situations. Needs periodic maintenance.
California Chain Link – a hybrid style using chain link fence, but having wood posts and timber beams rather than the conventional steel posts and beams.
Gates and Controls
A property owner will usually add a few extras to the project to achieve some extra safety or to simply make it look better.
There are plenty of security add-ons. You can install a locking gate for either pedestrian or vehicle access. And then you can decide on several types of controllers to open, close, lock and unlock those gates.
Most of the other add-ons help the appearance of your fencing.
Your fence posts can be capped with either caps or finials. Caps cover the top of a flat post and help protect it from rain and snow. A cap will also make the post look better. A finial also sits on top of a post, but is solely for adornment.
The last group to mention are scrolls. Scrolls are matching metalwork that may be mounted on sections or gates of metal fencing. They will add visual interest.
Far North Oakland and Richmond Temporary Fencing and Gates
If you aren’t looking for a permanent structure, they can assist you with that as well.
Single events and building projects routinely require a gate and barrier system to manage or protect people.
They will put up a temporary barrier to keep people out (and keep your stuff in). It will be useful more than attractive.
Richmond Fence Service
You don’t need to be smart as a rocket scientist in order to put in a fence, but, like most other things in life, it is more difficult than it looks.
Expert work teams will plan your project in the best way to eliminate potential problems. Careful planning can deliver quick progress and good results.
Should I Try To Build It Myself?
Most homeowners who have never built one of these before should probably have a trained crew do the work. A small vegetable garden fence in the backyard may be feasible, but not a lengthy one which must look perfect.
And an inexperienced builder will often take a lot longer to finish a project when compared to how quickly a trained team can go.
When the project is finished, you’ll want to be able to own something which looks great and is something you are proud of.
Richmond Fencing Repair
If there is a section of your vinyl, metal, chain link or cedar fencing needs replacement or repairs, they can help you with that too.
You can talk on the phone, and they can set up a chance to visit your yard and take a look.
Fence Prices in the Richmond and El Cerrito Area
It’s hard to figure out the cost of a project without seeing the home or property itself. Creating a brief visit to your property helps us take care of that.
A builder will ask about your opinions and what you want to get done. They’ll have a few recommendations too. They can lay out the options and give you the estimate on what the cost would be for those options.
The price of your project will depend upon the cost of the components needed to make your fence and the measure of labor it takes to put the materials together.
Experienced work crews visit property owners from the north Oakland suburbs up to Richmond, El Cerrito, Kensington and the 94530 and 94804 zip codes.
It takes just a brief phone call to go ahead and get the info you need.
Do You Work in My Area?
Local crews work all over the East Bay, including properties in the far west Contra Costa County areas of Richmond, El Cerrito, Kensington and the 94804 and 94530 zips.