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In total, TrustedPros has received 32 Fencing projects posted by homeowners in London seeking the services of local Fence Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $165,500.00 with a per project average of $5,171.00.
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2 smaller projects, looking for someone able to do both:
1) Finish 3rd side of a backyard fence, approximately 50 feet long, plus a gate enclosure on this side (connecting to the house, ~ 6 feet), and the opposite side of the house where a final 6 feet length to fully enclose the yard is also required.
2) Build a custom shed, approximately 7'x7'x6', built level to our walkout basement, and beneath our 2nd floor deck. Fully enclosed to allow storage of yard equipment (lawnmover, pressure washer, snow blower), tools, tires.
I am looking at building a fence in London Ontario. Simple 5' high Pressure Treated, 8 foot sections to 4x4 posts, posts 4' into the ground. Looking for your pricing please to put in the post holes and depending on price, to finish the job. What kind of costs am I looking at? What would be the price for the holes and labour to construct.
I recently bought a house and was wondering how much it would cost to install fence posts along the back of the yard, as well as 4 or 5 along the front of the yard, to close it off. There would be a gate at the front and one at the back. I'm not sure if that makes a difference, but it may.
I was thinking chain link, but I can roll the fencing myself so only the posts would be needed.
The yard is 38 feet across the back but only 3-5 yards are needed to close off the front.
I need a quote (ball park estimate) on the cost to build a 6 foot high pressure treated wood fence along three property lines, with 2 - 4' w x 6' h gates. In total there is 166 linear feet of new fencing to be installed (approx. 7 foot sections) with PT wood posts (approx. 24 - 6" x 6" x 12' PT posts). Something similar the fencing shown in the attached.
In addition I am looking at a 500 square foot pressure treated wood deck to the rear of my 2 storey home, basically just above ground grade. I would like half of the deck to be open and the other half (say approx. 280 square feet) to be covered (but left open along all sides). Something similar to the deck on the back of the house in this photo.
I recently had a concrete retaining wall installed between my rental property and the next door neighbour. The terminal posts and the link posts are to be bolted to the side of the 8 inch thick retaining wall. The height of the link fence is to be 4 ft. The colour of the fence is to be black. There are no obstructions.
The existing fence on the other side of the yard has 2 inch chain link x 9 ga. in black colour. The post spacing can be 10 ft. The total length of the link fence is 57 ft.
I would like an estimate. Please call me at my residence so that we can meet at the rental at a suitable time.
With kind regards,
I am looking to get a quote on the following project:
I need approx 5-6 post holes dug/augered, posts set in cement and levelled, as well as, cut to proper
height. This is for a property line.
I would also like to know what the cost would be individually as; I have 3 areas on my own property where I would like to put up a fence & gates to keep my dogs in the backyard and for privacy at the front of the house. But may not do so, until closer to fall.
We had our pool removed in the fall and the fence was removed to allow access for tractor etc. Now, we need someone to put it back together. We have the pieces, but need a post put into ground and attached to fence. Also have a small wood ramp that was installed for our lame dog, to be replaced with wooden stairs (we have wood stairs) - just needs to be re-attached to the deck
We're in the Trafalgar/Highbury area
Thanks ~ Danielle and Kristen
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