Ever wonder what you're neighbours are doing to improve their homes? Discover what other Oakville homeowners have planned for their Fencing projects by reading the details of their request for quotes below.
In total, TrustedPros has received 63 Fencing projects posted by homeowners in Oakville seeking the services of local Fence Companies. Total estimated value of these projects is $218,500.00 with a per project average of $3,468.00.
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We have a 20 year old fence on our property and a few sections collapsed from the wind storm and must be replaced. Three six foot sections collaped and three others should be replaced. The fence is treated wood with lattice on top. Our neighbour has a few sections the need rebuilding as well.
Given the warm weather now, it would be great to get it done this week while we are home.
One side of the yard is shared with the neighbor and is currently wood panel fencing that requires replacement. The yard backs to community greenspace with the provided chain link fence. We would like to put a wood fence up against the chain link to provide additional privacy. Looking for wood 6-ft high fencing to match existing fence on the third side. Willing to look at alternative materials, but need to ensure fence and gate are able to restrain dogs.
I need a quote on the installation of 200 foot Pressure Treated wood fence. The posts should be 6 X 6. The height will be maximum or most economical option. The existing posts and fenceboards have been removed and the area is ready for installation. Ok to quote post holes only if you wish.
Must be licenced to install fence in Oakville.
Please bring us your quotes.
Hello, I have a fence that is 48 feet long. I currently have 6x6 posts, six in total right now. I live between 2 homes so corner posts already in place, one is a concrete pillar. I need the current fence taken down and a new pressure treated fence installed. I would also like to add a gate. I am not looking for anything fancy.
I have a project that I need to move forward with. It includes a redo of one side of my fence with gate (60 ft) plus a redo of my deck (620 sqft)...both with pressure-treated wood. I am located in the Burloak/Lakeshore area of Oakville and am eager to move forward. Please advise if you are available to perform this work.
Thank you in advance.
I have a Home Depot style garden fence with a gate. The post connected to the gate has broken at ground level. What is needed?
1. The broken post attachments to the gate on one side and the fence on the other need to be unscrewed.
2. The post foundation for that one post needs to be removed and replaced with a new post (set in its own new foundation).
3. The fence and gate should be reattached to the new post.
I have the new post (actually a 12' post (from Home Depot) that needs to be cut back to 10' - I never had the time to cut it when I bought it at Home Depot recently :(
I also have the builder tube and sacrete for the foundation, and new attachments and screws for reconnecting the fence to the new post.
Please provide your estimate for this job (and I plan to do this immediately that I have a quote for the job that I am satisfied with).
Thanks for your attention!
We would need to replace an existing wooden fence, approximately 60 ft long. 4 panels have been damaged by the wind this year (3 completely blown down). We would only require one length of the fence to hopefully get it to match (as close as possible) to our existing back and side fence.
My lot is is about 60 x 120. It is perpendiicular to street.
Far back side (60') had wooden fence. It was about 40 years old, only 1/3 of it left.
Left side has about 25 ft of chain link fence.
Right side has about 60 ft chain link fence.
I need new wooden fence on all three sides.
About 8' high, some additional privacy screens on top might be needed.
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