Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Hamilton homeowners have planned for their Fencing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 47 Fencing projects posted by homeowners in Hamilton seeking the services of local Fence Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $216,500.00 with a per project average of $4,606.00.
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I am replacing my wooden fencing with 6 feet high chain link (black finyl covering) fencing.
I have 3 dogs and need a strong fence.
I would need 2 gates on either side of the house.
I also want the posts in sonotube with concrete to keep the concrete from spreading.
Approx size of the yard 40 feet wide 100 feet long on each side with the gates and small sections. (These sizes may increase or decrease on proper measurments)
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Would like to have someone source out best price and install an aluminum fence which would have to be done to code for a pool.
170' linear ft. is the rough total
One side is 84' the other is 72' and then there is 14' where the gate would go.... a 4' gate is included in the 14'.
Would like fence to go up right after installation of pool which will be end of May/beginning of June.
I need a fence - approximately 150 feet, 1 gate, pressure treated wood (stained) 6 feet high, straight top, solid no spaces, some cedar trees to be cut down and removed.
I need a fence across double driveway same as above with double gate.
i need my backyard done in concrete, white brushed, removal of mulch from backyard and whatever you put below concrete will be needed ( stone or gravel). Not sure of dimensions of back yard ( lets say 30x100 feet).
I need two paths at front of house done in coloured concrete and a coating of same on front porch to match. I'm going to say a total of 75X3 feet.
I would like this project to start with fence so dogs have a new place to stay while concrete is being done and weather permitting as soon as possible.
Fence post removal and replace. I have 8 Fence post that have broken off at ground level. My fence has fallen over because of it. I would like a quote of how much per hole it would cost to remove the broken portion in the ground, and how much it would cost to replace a post in the exact spot. ( my post are 4x4 pressure treated wood, about 7-8' sticking up above ground. Also, would there be a chance in the new post moving later on once new concrete has been poured. How would you re-inforce the post into the ground. I've gotten people to tell me they'd just bury it with dirt. Not to confident that this would work. I believe my fence is in still good use, just the post broke. I could reuse the 8'high by 6' long sections. I just need the post replaced so I can screw in the old section of fence. There is approx. 60-70' of fence that got knocked down due to wind.. ( Fencing Good, Post are broken at the ground level and need replacing..
I'm looking for an estimate for drilling post holes. I have the posts already ( 6x6x10 ) but not the cement yet. I want to go 4 feet deep so the fence is approx 6 feet high. I need approx 23-24 holes dug and post set ready for a fence. I will be doing the fence myself. Also want to know if you warranty your work and for how long.
-fence aproximately 80 feet (3 sides and 2 gates) durable long lasting wood
-deck (600-800? square feet with railing/seating w/back rest attached around parimeter) not sure what size or design fits space best
-deck made from mahogany or what ever will last over time
-buried concrete post 3.5 feet in ground
-gravel/stones under deck
Looking at possibly building a two-car garage with car entry off the alley, with entrance into the backyard via door, completely enclosed, with fencing one side going up to the house (existing fence on the other side, will have to match, pressure treated wood).
Approximately 15x10 for the garage, fence is about 26 feet.
One large lockable 'pullup' door for cars' entry from the alley, one door for backyard entry. No windows, I don't think. Roof. Flooring undetermined- cement?
Currently looking into permits and allowances with the city.
I need to erect 5 fence posts (with 6" x 6" posts).
1) Looking for a total quote for digging and setting 5 posts with pea gravel base and cement.
2) Also looking for a total quote to dig and set posts only (posts, gravel and cement provided by me).
Looking for quotes on wooden fencing.
Approx 55 linear feet of pressure treated fencing to installed on my side yard. Desire a 6ft fence (5ft boards, 1ft lattice), with one 42" gate. Would prefer 6x6 posts.
Area is very easy to access, no obstrcutions. May be roots underground as a tree was formerly in this area of the property
We are planning a very modest budget backyard reno, starting with the fence. My wood fence is about 10 years old. It is pressure-treated pine. Wood still in good shape, with no splitting, etc. however there has been a little settling of the posts, so are a bit askew so need realignment. Other main need is a good power washing, might consider staining.
I have about 50 feet along the back of my property that needs a wood privacy fence. I'm not sharing the cost with my neighbour so only one side needs to be "finished". I'm looking for someone who can do it in the spring (I need to have the grading fixed and a survey done first, but after that we'd like to do the fence right away). Not looking for anything really amazing, just a decent looking fence for a good price.
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