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Safe Harbor WPC Llc

Safe Harbor WPC Llc

5.0 (3)
Safe Harbor specializes in decorative stamped concrete installation, repair and removal . we also specialize in excavation, demo work, interior and exterior waterproofing systems. Also minor landscape.concrete installation we have a combined total of 38 years plus experience with anything ranging from porches patios steps retaining walls driveways. Safe Harbor is licensed and insured it our motto is service for satisfaction
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5.0 (2)
Good quality work.we strive to  make our customers happy with the fence we build for them.always on time.
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Acme NLS Landscaping

Acme NLS Landscaping

5.0 (1)
Acme Land Sculpting is owned by W. Scott Horoszewski. He has worked in the lawn service business since 1995. He is certified by the State of Ohio Department of Agriculture. Acme Land Sculpting is a registered small business with the State of Ohio. Scott started small, only part time, while working full time with a major lawn care company. Acme Land Sculpting Has been servicing lawns since 1996.In 2001, Scott Horoszewski was certified by Rainbird to do sprinkler systems. In 2006, Scott changed the name to Acme NLS, LLC. Today he runs Acme NLS,LLC full time with the help of great employees. In 2014, Acme NLS, LLC was named 14th in the U.S. by P ... View Profile
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Father And Son Building And Remodeling

Father And Son Building And Remodeling

We are the longest established full service home improvement and remodeling company in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan. Our motto - 'No job too big, No job too small - we're Father and Son' is well known and is why we are recognized for customer driven quality home improvements with an A+ BBB Rating. Please visit us at! Always available are free home improvement estimates - so call us now for 419-471-1191 and stop dreaming and start remodeling! ... View Profile
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Lawn Titans, LLC

Lawn Titans, LLC

We keep your lawn neat, clean, and green!  Looking to stay out of the heat this summer? We have 12 years professional experience to keep you happy!  Here is what we offer:  Competitive pricing.✅ Free Quotes. ✅ Quality work. ✅ Experience. ✅ Mowing. ✔️ Weed Whacking. ✔️ Edging. ✔️ Bush trimming/Pruning. ✔️Mulch. ✔️Landscaping. ✔️ Snow removal. ✔️ Spring/Fall cleanup.✔️ We are fully insured. ✔️ Not only do we provide quick turnaround times, my services are affordable.  A firm choice is a good choice. Contact Zach- 419-508-9494 ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

Do local fence companies offer free estimates?

Yes, fence companies offer free estimates. Reasonable contractors may be able to provide fence quotes even when you are not home. Get at least three fence estimates to compare by contacting local fence installers near you and share details about your project.

How much does fence installation cost?

Residential fence installation costs $10 to $30 per linear foot on average, with most homes and backyards needing 150' of fence. Fencing prices for a wood privacy fence, vinyl fence, or chain-link fence are $1,500 to $4,000 installed. Additional costs may apply for custom fences, existing fence removal, a land survey, and permits.

If you've already purchased the materials, fencing companies charge $50 to $70 per hour on average.

Who installs fences near me?

Professional fence companies, landscapers, licensed handymen, general contractors, and construction companies install fences. Always hire licensed, bonded, and insured companies and individuals for your protection.

What questions to ask when hiring a local fence installer?

The best fence companies are licensed, bonded, insured, and happy to answer questions about their business. Before hiring, ask the following questions:

  • Do you offer free estimates?
  • How much will my project cost? Can I get a written estimate?
  • Are the gates part of the quote?
  • Are you licensed?
  • Is your work insured or bonded?
  • How long have you been in business?
  • Do you offer a warranty or guarantee?
  • Will you be performing the work or someone else?
  • Will you pull the permits?
  • Will you call the utility company to help locate underground utility lines?
  • How long will my project take, and when can you start?
  • What payment methods do you accept, and what is your payment schedule? Do you offer financing?

After asking questions and verifying their credentials, hire the most reasonable and affordable fence installer near you.

What are the best types of fences to install?

The best types of fences are wood are vinyl because they offer backyard privacy. Metal, aluminum, and chain-link fencing serves as a property dividing line and provides security, but is not visually appealing and does not provide privacy. Security or wrought iron fencing is solid, durable, and can last a lifetime, but is expensive.

Do fences increase property value?

Installing a backyard fence increases the home property value, has a 50% return on investment, and can provide privacy. A front-yard fence may reduce the curb appeal of your home, unless it's common in the neighborhood or blocks highway noise.

Does home insurance cover fences?

Homeowners insurance covers damage or replacement of your fence from unexpected events such as being blown over in wind storms, lightning, hail, vehicle damage, vandalism, fallen trees, or fire and smoke.

Do fencing companies finance?

Many fence companies offer financing plans, payment plans, credit card payments, and other payment methods. Compare the rates your contractor offers against personal loans, home equity loans and lines of credit, home improvement loans, and financing forms to get the best rate.

Can I install my own fence?

Installing a fence yourself saves 50% of the total cost, but may take two full weeks of labor. Fencing materials alone cost $8 to $15 per linear foot, plus $200 to $500 for renting or buying equipment such as a drill, hammer, saw, auger, post hole digger, and measuring tape.

A professional fence contractor knows local building codes, pulls permits, flags underground utility lines, provides a warranty, and only takes 2 to 4 days to install a new fence.

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