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Question DetailsAsked on 12/3/2015

reputable, established res. fencing companies w/ wide selection of fences, long (3 yr?) warranty post-install 32257

We need about 140' of at least 6' and preferably 7' high privacy fencing installed to replace our old and rotted fence. We like wood colored vinyl, but are concerned about cost and upkeep. Privacy and security are both very important. We like lattice or full board and batten treated pine. We're not sure of the local code or wind tolerance--up to 8 foot high fences may be allowed, but we don't need a fence to blow down the first strong wind!

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Fencing would be your Search the List category to find well-rated and reviewed firms to bid your job - use the Home > Fencing link below your question to see prior similar questions about price, materials to use, rot, etc.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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Since you downchecked my answer, I think you may not understand the Ask function or how AL works.


This forum - Ask a Question - is for people to get input on their issue or question from members and other contributors - while it is monitored by AL staff and they answer membership and website use issues and such, generally it is just a question-by-question blog with answers provided by contributors (like me) for the benefit of the questioner. Questions may get rapid responses, several days, or in some cases never be answered.


Unless you use the SnapFix, an App where AL staff finds providers for a specific task, AL does not link you up with specific providers or quotes - you have to (as a member) Search the List by category (or by specific company names) and check out the ratings and reviews on the various vendors on the List, then select one(s) for YOU to contact about doing or bidding your job.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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