Kirkland Fence Repair and Installation Contractor
Thinking about getting a fence?
Speaking with a local fencing company can help you fully understand your choices on building styles and materials. And what your cost might be.
Advantages of Having Good Fencing at Your Home or Business
Minimize the chances that your home will get broken into.
Help to protect a commercial building, stock, additional assets and staff property.
Help keep kids away from your swimming pool or some other spot they should not be in.
Help your house or business look nicer. Maybe even add to the property value a little.
Filter out vehicle traffic and pedestrian views and sounds.
Grow your feelings of security and safety.
Obstruct your neighbors from knowing every thing you’re doing.
Help stop people from unintentionally walking into unsafe business or building areas.
Keep your kids and the dog from walking away from your home.
Residential Customers North of Bellevue
Most homeowners are looking to add a little security, privacy and safety to their home and yard. They also want an end result that will look great too.
Your installer will work with you to identify your wants, needs, budget and personal preferences and show you some cool alternatives for your East King County house.
There is a selection of building materials you can use for your installation. These guys can undertake all of them for you. They like to use the strongest, most long lasting materials. You will have your choice.
They generally suggest colors, styles and accessories that should end up coordinating with the design and colors of your home.
They know the kinds of materials that endure our Western Washington weather. They will suggest products that will be durable and long lasting.
They will also always comply with all city building laws and regulations, whether that’s concerning perimeter fencing or swimming pool fencing.
Business Property Needs
The starting point is often putting together a brief look at the property and lot. They can consult with the building manager regarding what he or she is hoping to achieve and then someone can come up with some solid solutions and options.
Whatever type of structure we decide to build with, your end result will be strong, resilient, not require any servicing and help provide extra security and safety.
Typical Spots for Business Fencing:
- Swimming pools
- Entrance gates
- Schools and daycare facilities
- Correctional facilities
- Equipment yards
- Clinics and medical facilities
- Entertainment venues
- Parking lots or smaller private parking areas
- Residential buildings
- Commercial outdoor storage
- Dumpster areas behind buildings
- Recreation and athletic fields
- Tennis court fencing
- Golf courses
- Hotels and resorts
If your commercial building could use some interior partitioning or protected spaces, they can build those as well. They will draw up and put in place caged sections to protect valuable inventory or to keep machines and special assets from use by unauthorized workers.
Styles of Fencing
Here are a few some choices to make as you are arranging your new fence installation.
Your two big choices are deciding whether you will be having fencing that delivers privacy or not, and then, based on that choice, what kind of materials you would like to use during the construction.
Pick Your Materials
Chain Link – generally one of the least costly solutions. It’s usually the fastest and easiest to put in. May have a galvanized alternative. Galvanized products feature a zinc coating, so no rust.
Wood Picket – old-fashioned and classic. Often cedar. Not too weatherproof or easy to maintain.
Vinyl Coated Chain Link – chain link covered with a shiny, protective vinyl coat. It’s maintenance free. Frequently available in colors such as black and green.
California Chain Link – a hybrid style combining chain link fencing, but having lumber posts and timber beams as opposed to the standard metal posts and beams.
Composite – similar to vinyl, but usually is a mixture of PVC vinyl and reprocessed wood fiber materials made to match the look of timber. The finish is resistant to water, chipping, peeling and rotting. Perfect for privacy.
Wood – classic charm and traditional looks. Mixes well with nature. Can be terrific for privacy cases. Needs periodic maintenance.
Aluminum – resistant to cracking, chipping and peeling, very low maintenance.
Metal – tough, long lasting and dependable. Resistant to bad weather. Lots of layout choices and various costs to choose from. Can be ornamental.
Ornamental Steel, Iron or Aluminum – a big selection of styles, designs and options including a variety of gates. Great looking but more expensive.
Vinyl – affordable, low maintenance, durable and maintains its look and color for years. Comes in a variety of textures and accessories. Suitable for privacy.
Timber Split Rail – wooden poles placed vertically and horizontally. No privacy or security. Has a rustic feel to it. Usually residential. Uses a small amount of material. An inexpensive choice, particularly for large areas.
Additional Security and Appearance Options
A property owner can add some extras to their project to gain a little more security or to make it look better.
Most fences also have access gates. Will yours be a gate that locks? There are gates built for people to pass through and gates for cars to drive through. When you pick a gate, you will then select which kind of control mechanisms are used to close and open that access gate.
Many accessories are mostly just for aesthetics.
Finials and post caps are common ornamental accessories. They are attached to the top of flat posts. Finials add flair to a squared-off post. Caps do the same thing, but since they go over the entire top, they protect wood posts from rain and snow.
If you have metal fencing, scrolls are commonly mounted on pickets or gates to add some extra bling.
Temporary Construction Fence in Kirkland
Do you have to create a security fence just for a small amount of time?
Outside work areas often need a barrier system to keep bystanders out of the work area. And one-time outdoor events often need non-permanent access gates and barriers too.
Some builders can also deliver, build, manage and take down a temporary system that offers the level of safety or control you need.
Speak With a Fencing Company in Kirkland
Putting up fencing isn’t the toughest job you will ever undertake, however it is not that simple either.
A specialist who works on these projects each week understands how to plan each project in order to do away with potential problems and complications. The project is set up to progress quickly.
Can I Put it Up Myself?
Let’s be honest – novices can make mistakes.
A crew that does this kind of work every week knows the tricks about how to do it well and get the work finished smoothly.
Eventually, after your new fencing is all built, you need it to look great. You wouldn’t want it to look as it was set up by an amateur.
Fence Repair Near Kirkland
If you have an area or two that needs some repair or replacement, they should be able to take care of that for you.
Just give them a call and let them know what’s going on.
Fence Prices in Kirkland and Bellevue
They only need a limited visit to your property to get a better understanding of what your prospective project would be like.
Once they visit your location, they are able to discuss with you regarding what it is you really want to have done. They’ll offer a couple thoughts and opinions. They’ll show you one or two estimates and you may pick the options you like the most.
The cost of any project depends on the cost of all the material used. The second factor will be the amount of labor necessary to get the posts into the ground and then get all the remaining pieces connected.
Contact them if you are in the north Bellevue area of Kirkland, Highlands, Totem Lake and the 98033, 98034 and 98083 zip codes.
One phone call will get you all the details.
Do You Build in My Area?
Builders work at homes and businesses in the areas north of Bellevue, such as Highlands, Totem Lake and the 98033, 98034 and 98083 zip codes.