Fence Repair and Installation Company in Renton WA
Would your home or business property be better with some new fencing?
You can attempt to put in fencing by yourself, but hiring an experienced work crew to build yours is usually the best route to follow.
Reasons Why People Put Up Fencing
Reduce possibilities for your home or business property to get burgled or vandalized.
Help defend commercial land, merchandise and worker property.
Stop non-employees from getting into business or off-limit areas.
Make your house look better by putting in an attractive feature.
Lower vehicle noises and distractions coming from people passing by.
Feel more comfortable and secure when outside in your yard.
Get a bigger quantity of privacy from your neighbors.
Stop people from getting harmed from entering a hazardous work or building area.
Keep your children and dog from escaping your backyard.
South King County Homeowners
The ideal fencing delivers greater privacy, security and safety to a homeowner, but it can also make their house look nicer too.
We’re going to ask questions, learn what you want, determine your budget and provide you some options for your home.
We have access to any of the top wood, vinyl, aluminum and chain link manufacturers and products. We will put together any package you like.
Fencing should fit the style of your home, if possible. We have seen what works best with past homeowners. We’ll recommend the appropriate products and accessories to complete your project right.
We will suggest materials which are both durable and good looking. The leading choices are low on maintenance and will tolerate our northwest weather.
Many bigger cities have construction regulations concerning some types of fencing, especially pool or perimeter structures. We make sure to follow these guidelines.
After a simple visit and property examination, we can provide a couple of appropriate ideas for the property manager to decide between.
Almost all our projects are finished using great materials from top suppliers. The end result is solid, long lasting, provides safety and security and is simple to look after.
Common Installation Destinations
- Entrance gates
- Sports venues
- Correctional institutions
- Commercial storage buildings
- Trash and recycling areas in the rear of buildings
- Daycare facilities and schools
- Parking lots or small parking areas
- Swimming pools
- Junk and storage yards
- Outdoor or indoor animal kennels
- Manufacturing facilities
- Apartments and condominiums
- Recreational areas
- Baseball playing fields
- Batting cages
Not all of our efforts are outdoors. We plan and generate partitioned zones and rooms for inside warehouses and other commercial buildings. Businesses use these particular sections when they require added security or protection.
You have a lot of alternatives with regards to installing your new fence.
You will have two big choices. The primary decision regards privacy. Would you like a solid structure which offers privacy, or a structure you can see through. After that decision, you can pick which materials to use during construction.
Choose Your Materials
Chain Link – generally one of the most inexpensive options. It might be the quickest and simplest to put in. May offer a galvanized alternative. Galvanized options arrive with a heavy zinc coating, so no corrosion.
Ornamental Metal – a wide collection of styles, layouts and options including a variety of gates. Nice looking but more expensive.
Wood Picket – old-fashioned and vintage. Frequently cedar. Not weatherproof or maintenance free.
Wood – classic warmth and traditional looks. Blends well with nature. Can be good for privacy cases. Needs periodic maintenance.
California Chain Link – a hybrid style using chain link fence, but using wood posts and wood beams rather than the typical metal posts and beams.
Vinyl – affordable, maintenance free, durable and keeps its look and color for years. Comes in a range of styles and accessories. Terrific for privacy.
Steel – rugged, long lasting and secure. Resistant to weather damage. A lot of layout alternatives and various costs to choose from. Can be ornamental.
Aluminum – resistant against cracking, chipping and peeling, no maintenance.
Barbed Wire – very effective for security situations. Not very attractive.
Composite – similar to vinyl, but often is a blend of synthetic PVC and reclaimed wood fibers designed to match the appearance of timber. It is resistant against water, cracking, rotting and peeling. Terrific for privacy.
Wooden Split Rail – wood poles installed vertically and horizontally. No security or privacy. Has a country feel to it. Normally residential. Uses the lowest amount of material. An affordable choice, particularly for large areas.
PVC Coated Chain Link – chain link covered by a glossy, protective vinyl coating. It’s maintenance free. Generally available in colors such as green and brown.
Options, Gates and More
There will be some accessories you could add to your project. Nearly all finishing touches are in the security or appearance categories.
The security accessories you can decide on will start with gates, locking devices and the controls that lock and unlock them. There are pedestrian gates and car gates.
Besides security, most remaining accessories are for design, and to make the fencing look better.
The most popular appearance accessory will be finials. Finials rest on top of the fence posts. They instantly make the post look better. You can buy caps too. Caps are similar to finials, but they cover the top of the post (most often wood posts) and give some cover to the post from snow and rain.
Scrolls are another decorative element that can be added to fence pickets or gates on see-through metal fences. They are able to provide a little extra bling.
Construction and Temporary Fencing in Renton
For companies that aren’t wanting a permanent construction, we can take care of the barriers and fencing necessary to keep individuals and assets just where they are meant to be.
Outdoor work areas and single events and situations will often use fencing and other barriers to help handle crowds and keep people away from dangerous or restricted areas.
A local company like us can rapidly set up perimeter fencing, barriers and entry gates to help control the flow of people at your work location or special event.
Renton Fence Service
Putting fence posts into the ground and then attaching the sections is not the hardest job there is, but it can be more demanding than it appears.
Experienced installers have seen all the likely problems before, so they figure out how to prevent them. They know the entire process and tactics to keep your project moving efficiently.
Should I Do it Myself to Save Some Money?
You could be capable of set up fencing all on your own. And maybe it will look ok. But if you have not had any experience doing this before, it might not look the best either.
A trained building team is able to prepare the process so that it proceeds smoothly and significant problems are avoided.
When your project is all completed, you really want yours to look perfectly straight and appear like it was installed by a pro.
Renton Fence Repair
Maybe there are several areas of your vinyl, wood or chain link fencing that could use some significant repairs or replacing. We will take care of that for you.
Call us and tell us what the situation is.
How Much Does a Fence Cost in Renton?
We can give you some information on the phone, but it really helps us to actually see your yard. We could set up a short visit to view your place and meet you.
We will spend a few minutes chatting and get a feeling for what you’re hoping to get. We will then come up with what we think are the best solutions and alternatives. After you look at the different options, you just pick which one you like the most.
We will even let you know when your upcoming project will get underway and when it could be finished.
We work for homeowners and other property owners south of Seattle, including the Renton neighborhoods and the 98055, 98056, 98058, 98059 and 98057 zips.
You can learn all about it with one short phone call.
Call Us Today: 206-557-6677
Do You Work in the Renton Area?
We work on homes and businesses all around Renton and south King County. This includes the 98055, 98057, 98058, 98059 and 98056.
Call Us Today: 206-557-6677