License info: Ca state lic # 886505
(When quality in construction matters) Metal post (Postmasters) fence specialist.
AFFORDABLE AND LICENSED FENCE SPECIALIST (LIC# 886505) NEW OR REPAIR, WOOD FENCING, REDWOOD OR CEDAR, COMPOSITE FENCING
VINYL FENCING, CHAINLINK FENCING, PRIVACY LINK FENCING, PRIVACY PLUS FENCING, RANCH FENCING, SPECIALIZING IN WIND
DAMAGED FENCING. DOG RUNS, CONCRETE CURBING, AND SO MUCH MORE. FREE SEALANT UPGRADE
ON ALL NEW WOOD FENCING. CALL SETH AT FOR YOUR FAST, FRIENDLY, INFORMATIVE,
AND FREE ESTIMATE. THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING ALL SEASON FENCING FOR ALL YOUR FENCING NEEDS.
(REMEMBER TO HIRE ONLY LICENSED CONTRACTORS TO WORK ON YOUR PROPERTY, AS THE LAW CAN NOT PROTECT YOU OTHERWISE)
(NEVER GIVE YOUR CONTRACTOR 50% AS A DOWN PAYMENT, 10% OR $1000.00 WHICHEVER IS LESS, IS THE (CSLB) LAW)
(ASK YOUR CONTRACTOR TO SEE HIS/HER STATE ISSUED LICENSE AND BOND CARD, MAKE SURE IT BELONGS TO THEM)
(WE DO NOT PURCHASE OUR METAL POSTS FROM THE LOCAL SURPLUS SUPPLIER LIKE OTHERS. WE INSTALL (POSTMASTERS) IT WILL BE THE LAST POST YOU WILL EVER NEED, GUARANTEED FOR LIFE, WHILE THE OTHERS ARE NOT.
(HAVE QUESTIONS? THERE IS NO QUESTION THAT I CAN NOT ANSWER WHEN IT COMES TO THE FENCING TRADE)
(IF YOU HAVE SERVED IN THE (MILITARY) AS I HAVE, PLEASE LET US KNOW, SO THAT WE CAN PERSONALLY THANK YOU, AS WELL AS FURTHER DISCOUNT OUR SERVICES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. Call anytime, ask for Seth (Owner)
Building and Installation
It's customary to purchase the materials and install or build at the same time. In other words, you usually hire a contractor to do every part of the job including providing the materials. A contractor will normally charge you per linear foot and not distinguish between materials and labor. Even though the fencing contractor is most likely taking some markup on the materials they buy on your behalf, it might be preferable. They will spend the time and energy delivering it to your home, will return anything that may not be right and will incur the risk of any damage in transit. If you decide to buy and pick up your own materials, just ask the contractor for a price for installation only.
Different fencing materials will have different installation costs. Chain-link fences have reasonably low installation costs. Wood fences vary depending on the type of wood being used, and vinyl fences installation costs the most of all three. If you are interested in specialty fencing such as wrought iron, you can expect to pay a higher price than vinyl.