Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Winnipeg homeowners have planned for their Fencing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 110 Fencing projects posted by homeowners in Winnipeg seeking the services of local Fence Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $472,500.00 with a per project average of $4,295.00.
I am looking for a builder to come in and take down our existing fence and remove content and build a new 6 foot fence in the same area as the existing fence with the exception of adding some additional fencing to close off the fence on the side of our house just off the deck, which currently does not have any fence, this would require a 4 or 5 foot fence with gate for access to the back of the property. There are brick pilasters that will need to be fixed as they are about 30 years old and need some repair. This fence was built by the builder about 30 years ago. At this time we are looking for quotes that include good quality lumber and parts as well as the cost for labour.
Fence is 134 feet with 2 small gate and 1 big removable gate. lowest quote thus far is 2800 included labour and materials. Looking to get this project complete as soon as possible. Still looking to get my fence rebuild, if there is any reasonable contractors left out there call Geneen. I have already removed the old fence.
Old fence blew down. I need the old fence completely taken down and replaced with new cedar fence. 72 feet in a straight line, no gate, 6ft high, preferably 5/4x6 boards but please also quote 1x6x6. 4x4 posts and 3 2x4 rails to match other side of house. I will salvage old wood so nothing to haul away. The project is in Charleswood.
I am looking to get a dog run installed to run along an exisiting fence line.Need a chain link dog run, grass removed and replaced with gravel.
- 54 feet long, runs parralel to exisiting fence line, and connects on 3 sides (meaing I only need 1 fence line created).
- 4 feet high
- 4 feet wide
- chain link roof
- 1 gate
- Landscaping material put down on grass, chicken wire on top of material (to prevent digging) and wood chips on top of wire.
- 2x6 planks along bottom of fence line to prevent digging and keep wood chips within.
Dog run is the first project, redoing the whole backyard is next step, so I prefer a good company with a good price, so I can keep that same company for both projects.
- We would like to raise the level of the yard, for better drainage, fill in spots where dog created trenches, and reseed. Build a small deck in 1 area as well.
Please quote on building a fence at the back end of the property. We're going to demolish our shed and we need a fence built where the shed currently is located. The fence to be built will go from the existing fence to the garage. Please also comment on whether the existing fence is okay, needs repair, or needs replacement.
Hi there, I just need to replace my old wooden fence within the next two weeks and don't have time to do it. It is a straight 90 feet fence, nothing fancy 3-4 feet tall. Can you tell me how much for wood and how much for chain link and how soon can you install?
Also, I need the old fence to be removed and taken away.
Thanks for your help.
We are looking to have a fence built in our backyard. We currently live in a newly developed neighbourhood and already have a back fence but do not have fence on either side of our yard. We would like 2 fences at 6ft (or higher), each measuring 50 feet in length, that include standard gates on each side.
Back yard fence replacement - 50 foot wide lot
Fence style is Ranch style.
One gate, one seasonally removable section.
Remove existing posts, some metal braces anchored in concrete, and boards.
We will be keeping the removable section, to be used with new fence.
To be completed ASAP after the 2012 Spring thaw.
We have a home built in 1978 and a garage built in 1998 that both need stucco repair. We are not looking to have this done until the spring (2010) but would like to line up the work now,
We also would like to built a wood fence 5ft. high in the spring on a pie lot 200x70 this again would be contracted for the spring of 2010.
We have a wood slat fence that is now falling down and it needs to be completely removed and a new fence installed. We would like a combination of pressure-treated wood panels and chain-link fence. If possible, we would like an on-line estimate. Here are the approximate measurements:
2 wood panels with gates - 6 feet wide X 6 feet high
2 wood panels without gates - 6 feet wide X 6 feet high
2 sections of chain-link fence (6 feet high) approximately 100 running feet, with sliding gate for parking pad in the back.
Over the weekend a car hit my front fence knocking out 4 6x6 posts and demolishing the rest of the fence, all of which is currently scattered everywhere on my front lawn. The cost for the replacement will be paid for by MPI. They ask for 3 quotes.I would like quotes to replace the wooden fence as it was, or replacing it with a chain link fence. If the price is about the same, I don't see why MPI would not approve one over the other.
Thank you in advance for your estimate.
I am involved with our condo board and recently we've discussions about securing our building and parking lot.
The parking lot is 32 ft. wide. We require a pedestrian gate at the front and a sliding or other gate at the rear, partial fencing up the side and pedestrian gates on the opposite side.
Please feel free to contact me.
I just got a house and i want to fence the yard from the back all the way to the front. there is some grass/weeds in the back and then soil seems wet and a little porous. I'm thinking about putting gravel in the back so that we can park cars there. I also want a fence that we can put in a motor for remote operation when we need to (not right away).
Our backyard gate has not closed properly since we bought the house 3 years ago. It appears that the reason the gate isn't closing is due to the section of fence leaning/shifting, so my preference would be for you to correct that problem. However, if that isn't going to be possible or practical, I'm also open to simply cutting the necessary amount of wood off the gate and repositioning the hardware --- whichever makes the most sense once you look at it.
I would like to install a fence (wood) on the west side of my backyard (the other sides were already done when I bought the house). I estimate the total length of the fence to be between 10 m and 15 m. There will be one door included.
I'll purchase the wood and any other required materials from Home Depot (already have an account set up with them).
If interested, please call (preferred) or email me.
Would like to install a small gate on a residential house. Already have the gate. Needs to be connected to the preexisting fence and house (stucco). House is quite old and has major foundation issues which I am not sure will effect the possibility of this project. I am the tenant- I have permission and can get written permission, if needed, to install the gate.
To whom it may concern: I need to replace my fence and I would like to copy my outer neighbors fences with the so-called "good neighbor fence" in cedar. Need to install 41 feet of fence, 10 posts and over 60 fence boards. I will buy all products necessary for the installation, just need labourers and tools. Looking for competent people, with knowledge in fence installation, common sense, good time management and tools (nail gun, hammers, post auger (or I can rent)). I will paint myself. Changing from a 4 ft fence to 5 ft, post holes need to be redone. I would like an estimate, Please contact me by email or phone.
Not sure how it happened, bought house last year, but the post for the back gate, which was at one time attached to the garage, seems to have literally pulled out of the ground. Need to have the hole redug, and possible a new post put in, with better method for attaching to the side of the garage.
Our yard goes back 150 some of it is driveway so it doesn't need to be fenced all the way. We need both sides done one at a time thought. Also we are splitting the costs between the neighbours. Looking for wood.
Also we are able to remove the fence that is already there if that would cut costs.
Building a new garage in the Harbison area and am in need of a contractor to put in fencing. Requires- gate and approx 2ft fence between houses, Approx 8ft between house and garage. Approx 10-12 ft w/gate between garage and neighbor garage. Fence will be max height and be made with treated wood-current fence is 51/2 feet off city line and is to be moved towards the line by the allowed 3 1/2 feet.
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