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Location: Richmond Hill, Bayview/Old Colony Road
Project: New fencing project, no removal or replacement, about 130 feet
Type of Fences: 6*6 PT post, 6*8 private wood fences, plain style, and doors
Timing: Ready to hire
You have to be experienced, check utility lines with Ontario One, able to measure accurately according to the land registration survey.
Please email me a quote with the thickness of the fence panel and type of wood that you provide.
Thank you very much.
Please contact me via reply if you are in the business of repairing retaining walls in the Richmond Hill area.
I have a 3-4 ft high timber retaining wall (about 4 years old) and is now leaning towards the tennis court fence. I need someone to straighten it up. The wall does NOT have any headers or deadmen into the hillside, so I am assuming that is what the wall needs to keep it up straight. I had a few contractors looked at it and none of them know how to repair it. They are only interested in redoing the entire retaining wall with stone blocks which is not what makes budget sense.
Thanks and looking forward to an expert opinion.
I need to replace 2 poles in my backyard's wooden fence.
I'm in northern Richmond Hill.
Fence it relatively new. Pressure treated wood, 7.5 feet wide sections. Poles were not placed deep enough and are being pushed out of the ground. They have to be replaced with new, longer ones (6x6in, 11-12 feet), footings done and sections re-positioned back. Maybe couple of 2x6s to replace along the way. It looks like existing posts don't have contrete footings, only packed gravel.
Will you do it? How much and when you can start? Will you take care of disposal? Neighbor may need to replace another posts on other side of the fence, so project can be a bit bigger, priced accordingly.
Design of my fence looks like thisclick here
There are approximately three 8 foot long by ? high sections of the typical subdivision wood lattice privacy fence that needs to be constructed & installed between my neighbor's property and my own. The previous fence was not put in properly by the original builder/subcontractor and consequently after about 12 years, eroded and fell over.
We are currently accepting quotes and would like to get going on this project at the earliest possible opportunity.
Require a wood fence to be installed along the rear property line measureing 100ft. Fence will be 6 feet in height and built with pressure treated wood. There are no existing footings or posts. Please submit a comprehensive estimate that breaks down labour and materials. Property is located in Richmond Hill.
Last winter, a section of my backyard fence fell down on its side because of a strong wind. The wooden fence section that collapsed is about 6 feet in height and 22 feet in length. There are 3 posts that gave way in that collapsed section. Whether it could be repaired or replaced, I'm open to suggestion.
The fence is about 20 years old.
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