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Yes, we are fully licensed and insured. Our Home Improvement license number is 13vh08964500 and we carry full liability and workman’s compensation insurance.

Generally 6’ high fence is maximum height although in some shore towns you’re only allowed 5’ high max. In some instances, if your property backs up to a commercial zone, you then will be allowed to go to an 8’ high fence to block out the commercial buildings.

Deer can jump over a fence that high and in some instances even higher. Yes of course, 6’ high fence is a better deterrent for deer in your backyard. But as we keep building, we are taking away their habitat - which causes them to look for food elsewhere. A 4’ high fence will do the trick as long as there isn’t a lot of vegetation for them to eat in your backyard while they search for food.

First, call your town's zoning office and speak to the officer in charge. They will give you the best information on what you can and can’t do, and let you know if you should apply for a variance.

Yes and yes. In most cases, you will need a permit. If you do, we can file it for you - as long as the permit doesn’t require a variance. If a variance is required, you will need to apply for it yourself, follow zoning instructions, and attend your town's planning board meetings.

There’s no answer to that. Every material option has a "best" and a "better" system. You can go with a basic spruce stockade wood fence from a big box store, or you can get a custom fence built for you exactly the way you want it. For example, we can custom build a #1 Northern White Cedar Tongue and Groove Fence with an open spindle top, arbors for all of your gates, and 6" x 6" wood posts with copper caps - a "better" custom alternative to fit your needs. Think about your fence purchase as car shopping: there is a base model, middle of the road model, and a fully loaded model.

Yes, the contractor calls for markouts of the property as we are solely responsible for all of the buried utility lines on your property from the curb to the meter.

Yes, we work all year around with weather conditions determining our install dates. As for the ground being frozen, there is typically a "crust" here in Monmouth, Middlesex and Ocean Counties. Think about snow covered ground, like an igloo - it actually helps the ground stay insulated in a way. If there is bare ground, and it’s a very cold winter, it’s actually worse for us as the frost line gets deeper. Our experience has been only approximately 1’ deep of frost and that’s when the machines and jackhammers really come to our aid for winter installations.

Yes. Please clean off your old fence (if you have one) from all signs, cables, lighting, etc. If there are any obstructions in the way, please remove. If you cannot remove them, please let us know and we can give you a price for our crews to handle it. Please keep your pets inside, outdoor water on for mixing of concrete, and electric on so we can charge the batteries for our tools. Lastly, please have the entry way cleared, whether it be a driveway, side yard entry, etc.