FAQs

Q: How do you install different kinds of fence posts? Do you use cement?

 Agricultural Fences  Chainlink Fences

Note: On certain, unavoidable occasion’s posts will be set in concrete. However, this practice isn’t recommended anymore. The reason being is that cement anchored posts will tend to rise and shift with the deep-set frost we receive each winter.  

Q: How can I make my fence more cost-effective?

A: Depending on the type of fence, lighter gauge materials can an attractive solution for those looking to save money on their fencing project. For example, small dogs certainly don’t need the same gauge posts/wire as large dogs require.

Q: What type of fence is right for me?

A: This can be a difficult question to answer because each customer’s needs vary widely from job to job. Things to keep in mind when choosing a certain style of fencing: price, need (privacy, security, decorative, etc.), post-installation maintenance (wood vs. vinyl), city/village ordinances or restrictions, etc.  

Q: How long will it take to install my fence after I accept the estimate?

A: Depending on the size of the project, most backyard chain link fences can be installed in one day. However, once the project is accepted by the customer, the materials are ordered from a fence wholesaler located in Milwaukee, WI. Once a week a semi-trailer delivers materials to our headquarters in Beaver Dam, WI. Therefore, the entire process usually takes about a week from initial appraisal to final installation.

Q: Where do we get our fence materials?

A: Nearly all of our chain link, wrought iron, and vinyl projects come from the above mentioned fence wholesaler (Master Halco). However, our agriculture fence materials are purchased at numerous locations based on the customers preference.  

Q:  Does your company repair fence?

A:  Yes, we repair all types of fence.  However, it can be more labor-intensive and costly to repair an existing fence than to simply replace.  Our technicians will work with you to determine the best solution to you problem.