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Question DetailsAsked on 3/15/2014

REPAIR A CHAIN LINK FENCE

1 SECTION 25 FT, 2ND SECTION. 50 feet

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Depends of course on what needs to be done. If posts are intact, 5-6 foot chain link homeowner weight fence will probably cost about $8-13/LF installed. If posts have to be replaced too, then more like $15-20/LF - this assumes easy access to get power posthole digger in to dig new post holes and not in solid bedrock. They will almost certainly cut off existing posts and put in new ones rather than takes the labor to dig up the old ones, so cost would go up probably 50% or so if you wantold concrete and posts removed rather than cut off at top of concrete. A mangate or two will not significantly change installed cost, vehicle sized gates more like $25-35/LF installed, or $100-200/LF if powered.

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