Frequently Asked Questions

Check out the answers to some of the most popular questions we get asked by customers like you!

Company FAQs

Absolutely! Lowery Fencing is covered with all the proper licensing and insurance needed to run our fencing operations all across Sherman, Texas.

Our company has the reputation and experience necessary to handle all types of fencing jobs both with residential properties as well as commercial spaces. We run our business with integrity and quality and work to provide every customer with the security solutions they need most. When you need a custom job done, our team is prepared to handle it from design to completion. Reach out today and speak with one of our team members to get your questions answered.

We install a wide range of fence types all across Sherman, Texas, and from those, our most popular ones are wood fences and chain link fences, followed closely by aluminum fences and wrought iron fences. The best fence for your needs is dependent on what your main priorities are! If you're looking for high security, privacy, or a decorative accent, there are many options available to choose from that are high quality and long-lasting.

Yes! We often use our professional expertise to help customers with the best fence design to fit their needs. Our team of pros are happy to help you with any questions you may have and find the best fencing solution available.

We carry stock of many of our fence materials and styles that are able to be purchased on-site at our company office and yard right in Sherman, Texas. If there is anything you need custom built, our fence technicians can help with that, too! We have all of the materials you need to build your own fence from the nails, concrete, and even some tools for the job. Whether you are a contractor or a property owner looking for a fence, our fence team is here to help!

Getting a fence estimate is easy! Simply click on our "free estimate" tool to get a fast quote in minutes! You can choose from all of our fence designs and types and get an estimate based on the size of your property and fence layout. If you'd like to speak to one of our sales associates first, reach out to our office anytime.

Residential Fence FAQs

All of our high-quality fences are proven to last in the Sherman, Texas area. The best type of fence for you is really a matter of priorities, style, and budget. Our expert fence consultants can help you make the best choice for you and your property. Whether it is privacy and security you are looking for or if a more decorative touch is your goal, we have excellent residential fencing solutions that have proven popular and durable with your friends and neighbors across the entire North Texas region.

Here is a basic guideline that we use to help people get started making the best selection:

Every local municipality has a separate set of requirements when it comes to building permits, and that includes residential fencing. In most cases, permits are required for residential fences in the Sherman, Texas region. Sometimes the specific height of the fence, placement of the fence, or purpose of the fence can impact the need for a permit. There are also HOA considerations in some areas.

We have installed many residential fences in just about every possible area across Sherman, Texas, so we are happy to answer these sorts of questions and/or guide you through the process. The best way to get specific answers quickly and accurately is to simply call your town building code office.

There is no bad time of year to get a residential fence in Sherman, Texas. As professional fencing contractors, we build fences across Sherman, Texas all year!

There are certain times during the year when our installation schedule is busier, but our fence team always does its best to get you the fence you need right when you need it. Reach out today to find out what our current schedule looks like! We always have room for one more fence!

Fence placement is ultimately the responsibility of you, the customer. Moving a fence after it's already been installed can be costly, so it's never a bad idea to get a survey to be safe. In many cases, the property lines are clear and well-marked and installing your fence can be done without an official survey. However, some municipalities do require it, so be sure to check!

We make it easy to get an estimate for your residential fence! Our easy-to-use Instant Quote Tool allows you to get an estimate with just a few clicks. Or you can simply reach out to our office staff through our online contact form, or give us a call and our friendly fence pros will walk you through the process. Be sure to have the measurements of your property and take a look at the types of fencing we have available on our website before you call. We'll be happy to help you design your fence and get the perfect solution for you!

Fencing is one of the easiest industries to "get into" for start-up business and novice laborers. For these people, who are looking to make a few extra dollars installing fences; a shovel, a level, and a string line may be all they need.

As a result, there are many individuals and/or companies who show up in Sherman, Texas, install residential fences for a short time, then disappear. We see it all the time. Beware! You only want to work with a fully licensed and insured fencing contractor in Sherman, Texas.

Here are some of the main pitfalls of working with non-professionals:

  1. The Residential Fence Warranty is Void
    If the individual or company that installed your residential fence isn't still around, the workmanship warranty on the fence and the gates is worthless. Additionally, some manufacturers won't warranty their fence material if it was damaged during installation or installed improperly - which is very common with non-professionals.

  2. The Fence Almost Certainly Won't Last As Long
    As a professional fencing contractor, our team of installers undergoes rigorous training and constant professional supervision. We are dedicated to improving our knowledge and skills of the best fencing materials and the best fence installation techniques in order to maximize the strength and life of your fence. Companies that simply install fences as something they do "on the side" usually have no idea how much they actually don't know about residential fencing ... and what is best for you and your property.

  3. Putting Your Property at Risk
    Installing residential fence in the Sherman, Texas area is actually somewhat risky. Sudden, harsh weather during the installation of a fence can blow materials - damaging your home. We've seen concrete splatter up onto cars or drip down beautiful driveways or walkways - as buckets of wet concrete are transported. Deep tire tracks sinking into your grass is another common issue. The secondary damage to homes and yards while installing fences by untrained labor is a very common thing.

    Additionally, anyone hurt on your property while they are working puts you at risk! If you hire an unlicensed or uninsured contractor - you may be liable and your homeowners insurance may deny payment!

At first glance, hiring a novice to install your fence may appear to save you a few dollars, but in the long run it is almost certainly a price that you simply cannot afford to pay!

Commercial Fence FAQs

All of our high-quality fencing is proven to last in the Sherman, Texas area, so the best type of fence for you is really a matter of priorities, style, and budget. Our expert commercial fence consultants can help you make the best choice for you and your property. Whether it is privacy and security you are looking for or if a more decorative touch is your goal, we have excellent commercial fencing solutions that have proven popular and durable with your friends and neighbors across the entire North Texas region.

Here is a basic guideline that we use to help people get started making the best selection:

Every local municipality has a separate set of requirements when it comes to building permits, and that includes commercial fencing. Sometimes the specific height of the fence or placement of the fence or purpose of the fence can impact the need for a permit. There are also HOA considerations in some areas.

We have installed many commercial fences in just about every possible area across Sherman, Texas so we are happy to answer these sorts of questions and/or to guide you through the process.

The best way to get specific answers quickly and accurately is to simply call your town building code office.

There is no bad time of year to get a commercial fence in Sherman, Texas. As professional fencing contractors, we build fences across Sherman, Texas all year!

There are certain times during the year when our installation schedule is busier, but our fence team always does its best to get you the fence you need right when you need it. Reach out today to find out what our current schedule looks like! We always have room for one more fence!

Fence placement is ultimately the responsibility of you, the customer. Moving a fence after it's already been installed can be costly, so it's never a bad idea to get a survey to be safe. In many cases, the property lines are clear and well-marked and installing your fence can be done without an official survey. However, some municipalities do require it, so be sure to check!

We make it easy to get an estimate for your commercial fence! Our easy-to-use Instant Quote Tool allows you to get an estimate with just a few clicks. Or you can simply reach out to our office staff through our online contact form, or give us a call and our friendly fence pros will walk you through the process. Be sure to have the measurements of your property and take a look at the types of fencing we have available on our website before you call. We'll be happy to help you design your fence and get the perfect solution for you!

There are many small fence companies in Sherman, Texas that list commercial fencing as one of their services. If you have a very small commercial fencing project, then a fence company that typically does mostly residential fencing is probably qualified for the job. Otherwise, be sure to stick with a company that is equipped and specially trained for commercial fence projects.

Also be sure to choose a reliable fence company that has been around. Here are some of the most common pitfalls of using an unreliable, unlicensed, or uninsured commercial fencing contractor:

  1. The Commercial Fence Warranty is Void
    If the company that installed your commercial fence isn't still in business down the road, the workmanship warranty on the fence and the gates is worthless. Additionally, some manufacturers won't warranty their fence material if it was damaged during installation or installed improperly - which is fairly common.

  2. The Fence Almost Certainly Won't Last As Long
    As a professional fencing contractor, our team of installers undergoes rigorous training and constant professional supervision. We are dedicated to improving our knowledge and skills of the best fencing materials and the best fence installation techniques for commercial fencing in order to maximize the strength and life of your fence. Companies that simply install fences as something they do "on the side" usually have no idea how much they actually don't know about commercial fencing ... and what is best for you and your property.

  3. Putting Your Property at Risk
    Installing commercial fences in the Sherman, Texas area is actually somewhat risky. Sudden, harsh weather during the installation of a fence can blow materials - damaging your business or customer's cars. We've seen concrete splatter up onto cars or drip down long stretches of walkways and driveways - as wet concrete or other materials are transported. The secondary damage to businesses or your customers' vehicles while installing fences by poorly trained labor is a very common thing.

    Additionally, anyone hurt on your property while they are working puts you at risk! If you hire an unqualified fencing contractor - you may be liable.

At first glance, hiring a "cheaper" fence company to install your commercial fence may appear to save you a few dollars, but in the long run it is almost certainly a price that you simply cannot afford to pay!

Farm Fence FAQs

Traditionally, farm fencing is wooden post and rail fencing, split rail fences, or high tensile fences. Welded wire can be added to post and rail fences for specific small animal yards. There are variations of each type based on what you need to enclose. For example, if you have horses, you can border your land with split rail, but if you have smaller animals like chickens or pigs, you'll need something closer to the ground and with less open space. Our team of fence experts is happy to discuss your specific needs and find the perfect solution for your North Texas property.

Farm fencing works very well when it comes to following the changing levels of ground across many fields. Wood fencing particularly is always one of the most adjustable types of fencing and can be modified to your specifications.

Barbed wire is often added to farm fences in the North Texas area. It can be useful in order to contain your livestock and also to protect your animals from predators that may try to come through your fence. Even if you have fields of vegetables or other crops, barbed wire can help keep animals from getting in to eat your plants.

Yes! We often install post and rail farm fencing at various communities and for individual residential properties all across the North Texas region. When you speak with our associates, ask about our variety of wood rail fences and explore the best options with our experienced staff.

The majority of the post and rail farm fencing we install in the North Texas area is the 3 rail or 4 rail options. 2 rail post and rail farm fencing is less common, but it is completely up to you which one you prefer!

Aluminum Fence FAQs

Make it Easy on Yourself!

Our aluminum fence experts will gladly come to your property and take all the measurements you need and help you design your fence! We are a full service fence company that specializes in aluminum fence installation, so you do not need to work hard to get a great new fence to protect your home or business.

DIY Fence Estimate

If you'd like to get a rough idea on your own about how much fencing you will need, follow these easy steps:

  • If you happen to know the dimensions of the area you wish to enclose, simply add the length of each side together. Use a tape measure. Rough estimates are fine, there is no need to be too precise, this is just a rough estimate at this point.
  • Be sure to subtract the length of any structures (like a building or a storage shed that will serve as part of the barrier). This will give you a rough estimate as to how much fencing you will need.
  • An additional step to get greater accuracy for the amount of aluminum fencing you will need, is to also subtract the length of any gates you will be using. The gates are often priced much differently than the fencing is. For this reason we usually recommend to property owners who are looking to develop their own fence estimate, to list the gates separately. A standard aluminum walk gate is approx 4 feet wide and a standard aluminum drive gate can easily be 10 feet wide or more.

Caution!

Aluminum fencing is priced and sold by SECTIONS, not by linear feet! Even when the linear footage is included specifically on price estimates ... the total number of aluminum fence sections is a factor in this pricing. So, "price per linear foot" is only a rough estimate and rarely represents the actual cost of the finished aluminum fence!

This is a very interesting difference that we would love to explore and explain to you if you'd like to speak with one of our fence experts further. Be aware, "price per linear foot" is a ploy that many unprofessional fence installers in the Sherman, Texas area use!

Aluminum fencing is unique in its ability to be utilized for such a wide array of applications. Listed below are some of the most popular applications of aluminum fencing:

  • Decorative Aluminum Fencing
    For many, there is just no other fence type as elegant or decorative as black aluminum fencing to provide that perfect accent to their property or a section of the property.
  • Aluminum Pool Fencing
    One of the most common uses of aluminum fencing in the Sherman, Texas area is to protect and beautify a pool area. Non-corrosive, beautiful, and easy to view beyond (allowing you to monitor the area) - aluminum fences were literally "made for pools".
  • Aluminum Perimeter Fencing
    Typically used for higher priced homes and particularly beautiful settings all across Sherman, Texas, 4 foot, 5 foot, and even 6 foot (and taller) aluminum fencing can provide a strong and beautiful secure perimeter to your property.

Every local municipality in Sherman, Texas has a separate set of requirements when it comes to building permits, and that includes aluminum fencing. Sometimes the specific height of the fence or placement of the fence or purpose of the fence can impact the need for a permit. There are also HOA considerations in some areas.

We have installed many aluminum fences in just about every possible area across Sherman, Texas so we are happy to answer these sorts of questions and/or to guide you through the process for your specific situation. This is one of the benefits of working with us!

The best way to get specific answers quickly and accurately is to simply call your town building code office.

There is no bad time of year to get an aluminum fence in Sherman, Texas. As professional fencing contractors, we build fences across Sherman, Texas all year!

There are certain times during the year when our installation schedule is busier, but our fence team always does its best to get you the fence you need right when you need it. Reach out today to find out what our current schedule looks like! We always have room for one more fence!

Fence placement is ultimately the responsibility of you, the customer. Moving a fence after it's already been installed can be costly, so it's never a bad idea to get a survey to be safe. In many cases, the property lines are clear and well-marked and installing your fence can be done without an official survey. However, some municipalities do require it, so be sure to check!

There are many small fence companies in Sherman, Texas that install aluminum fencing. Very few of them specifically train their teams on the best installation techniques and practices for installing aluminum fencing. Unfortunately, this means that your aluminum fence is almost certainly not installed as securely as it could be - which, ultimately, can reduce the quality and lifespan of your fence.

Inferior installation techniques and using improper tools can also damage the aluminum fence during installation which may have the unfortunate impact of voiding the manufacturer's warranty - because you chose an unqualified contractor not approved by the manufacturer.

Also be sure to choose a reliable fence company that has been around. Here are some of the most common pitfalls of using an unreliable, unlicensed, or uninsured aluminum fencing contractor:

  1. The Aluminum Fence Warranty is Void
    If the company that installed your aluminum fence isn't still in business down the road, the workmanship warranty on the fence and the gates is worthless. Additionally, some manufacturers won't warranty their fence material if it was damaged during installation or installed improperly - which is fairly common.

  2. The Fence Almost Certainly Won't Last As Long
    As a professional fencing contractor, our team of installers undergoes rigorous training and constant professional supervision. We are dedicated to improving our knowledge and skills of the best fencing materials and the best fence installation techniques for aluminum fencing in order to maximize the strength and life of your fence. Companies that simply install fences as something they do "on the side" usually have no idea how much they actually don't know about aluminum fencing ... and what is best for you and your property.

  3. Putting Your Property at Risk
    Installing aluminum fences in the Sherman, Texas area is actually somewhat risky. Sudden, harsh weather during the installation of a fence can blow materials - damaging your business or customer's cars. We've seen concrete splatter up onto cars or drip down long stretches of walkways and driveways - as wet concrete or other materials are transported. The secondary damage to businesses or your customers' vehicles while installing fences by poorly trained labor is a very common thing.

    Additionally, anyone hurt on your property while they are working puts you at risk! If you hire an unqualified fencing contractor - you may be liable.

At first glance, hiring a "cheaper" fence company to install your aluminum fence may appear to save you a few dollars, but in the long run it is almost certainly a price that you simply cannot afford to pay!

Chain Link Fence FAQs

Make it Easy on Yourself!

Our chain link experts will gladly come to your property and take all the measurements you need and help you design your fence! We are a full service fence company that specializes in chain link installation ... you do not need to work hard to get a great new fence to protect your home or business.

DIY Fence Estimate

If you'd like to get a rough idea on your own about how much fencing you will need, follow these easy steps:

  • If you happen to know the dimensions of the area you wish to enclose, simply add the length of each side together. Use a tape measure. Rough estimates are fine, there is no need to be too precise, this is just a rough estimate at this point.
  • Be sure to subtract the length of any structures (like a building or a storage shed that will serve as part of the barrier). This will give you a rough estimate as to how much fencing you will need.
  • An additional step to get greater accuracy for the amount of chain link fencing you will need, is to also subtract the length of any gates you will be using. The gates are often priced much differently than the fencing is. For this reason we usually recommend to property owners who are looking to develop their own fence estimate, to list the gates separately. A standard chain link walk gate is approx 4 feet wide and a standard chain link drive gate can easily be 10 feet wide or more.

Chain link fencing is unique in its ability to be utilized for such a wide array of applications. Listed below are some of the most popular applications of chain link fencing:

  • Chain Link Fencing for Athletic Areas
    Athletic areas and children's parks almost exclusively use chain link fencing.
  • Chain Link Fencing for Pool Areas
    Chain link fencing is very popular for protecting residential and commercial pool areas across the Sherman, Texas area. Adding the non-corrosive vinyl coating makes chain link fencing a great option for pool fencing in Sherman, Texas.
  • Chain Link Security Fencing
    Chain link fencing is the most popular type of security fencing in Sherman, Texas - due to a large number of security add-ons available for the top of the fence and the height that a chain link fence can be designed and built. If securing your property is your primary objection, chain link fencing may be your perfect solution.

Every local municipality in Sherman, Texas has a separate set of requirements when it comes to building permits, and that includes chain link fencing. Sometimes the specific height of the fence or placement of the fence or purpose of the fence can impact the need for a permit. There are also HOA considerations in some areas.

We have installed many chain link fences in just about every possible area across Sherman, Texas so we are happy to answer these sorts of questions and/or to guide you through the process for your specific situation. This is one of the benefits of working with us!

The best way to get specific answers quickly and accurately is to simply call your town building code office.

There is no bad time of year to get a chain link fence in Sherman, Texas. As professional fencing contractors, we build fences across Sherman, Texas all year!

There are certain times during the year when our installation schedule is busier, but our installation team always does its best to get you the fence you need right when you need it. Reach out today to find out what our current schedule looks like! We always have room for one more fence!

Fence placement is ultimately the responsibility of you, the customer. Moving a fence after it's already been installed can be costly, so it's never a bad idea to get a survey to be safe. In many cases, the property lines are clear and well-marked and installing your fence can be done without an official survey. However, some municipalities do require it, so be sure to check!

There are many small fence companies in Sherman, Texas that install chain link fencing. Very few of them specifically train their teams on the best installation techniques and practices for installing chain link fencing. Unfortunately, this means that your chain link is almost certainly not installed as securely as it could be - which, ultimately, can reduce the quality and lifespan of your fence.

Inferior installation techniques and using improper tools can also damage the chain link during installation which may have the unfortunate impact of voiding the manufacturer's warranty - because you chose an unqualified contractor not approved by the manufacturer.

Also be sure to choose a reliable fence company that has been around. Here are some of the most common pitfalls of using an unreliable, unlicensed, or uninsured chain link fencing contractor:

  1. The Chain Link Fence Warranty is Void
    If the company that installed your chain link isn't still in business down the road, the workmanship warranty on the fence and the gates is worthless. Additionally, some manufacturers won't warranty their fence material if it was damaged during installation or installed improperly - which is fairly common.

  2. The Fence Almost Certainly Won't Last As Long
    As a professional fencing contractor, our team of installers undergoes rigorous training and constant professional supervision. We are dedicated to improving our knowledge and skills of the best fencing materials and the best fence installation techniques for chain link fencing in order to maximize the strength and life of your fence. Companies that simply install fences as something they do "on the side" usually have no idea how much they actually don't know about chain link fencing ... and what is best for you and your property.

  3. Putting Your Property at Risk
    Installing chain link fences in the Sherman, Texas area is actually somewhat risky. Sudden, harsh weather during the installation of a fence can blow materials - damaging your business or customer's cars. We've seen concrete splatter up onto cars or drip down long stretches of walkways and driveways - as wet concrete or other materials are transported. The secondary damage to businesses or your customers' vehicles while installing fences by poorly trained labor is a very common thing.

    Additionally, anyone hurt on your property while they are working puts you at risk! If you hire an unqualified fencing contractor - you may be liable.

At first glance, hiring a "cheaper" fence company to install your chain link may appear to save you a few dollars, but in the long run it is almost certainly a price that you simply cannot afford to pay!

Wood Fence FAQs

Make it Easy on Yourself!

Our wood fence experts will gladly come to your property and take all the measurements you need and help you design your fence! We are a full service fence company that specializes in wood fence installation ... you do not need to work hard to get a great new fence to protect your home or business.

DIY Fence Estimate

If you'd like to get a rough idea on your own about how much fencing you will need, follow these easy steps:

  • If you happen to know the dimensions of the area you wish to enclose, simply add the length of each side together. Use a tape measure. Rough estimates are fine, there is no need to be too precise, this is just a rough estimate at this point.
  • Be sure to subtract the length of any structures (like a building or a storage shed that will serve as part of the barrier). This will give you a rough estimate as to how much fencing you will need.
  • An additional step to get greater accuracy for the amount of wood fencing you will need, is to also subtract the length of any gates you will be using. The gates are often priced much differently than the fencing is. For this reason we usually recommend to property owners who are looking to develop their own fence estimate, to list the gates separately. A standard wood walk gate is approx 4 feet wide and a standard wood drive gate can easily be 10 feet wide or more.

Caution!

Wood fencing is priced and sold by SECTIONS, not by linear feet! Even when the linear footage is included specifically on price estimates ... the total number of wood fence sections is a factor in this pricing. So, "price per linear foot" is only a rough estimate and rarely represents the actual cost of the finished wood fence!

This is a very interesting difference that we would love to explore and explain to you if you'd like to speak with one of our fence experts further. Be aware, "price per linear foot" is a ploy that many unprofessional fence installers in the Sherman, Texas area use!

Wood fencing is unique in its ability to be utilized for such a wide array of applications. Listed below are some of the most popular applications of wood fencing:

  • Decorative Wood Fencing
    There are many decorative styles of wood fencing - perfect for showcase areas of a property or to set-off a section of your yard. Wood rail fences and wood picket fences are two of the most common decorative styles of wood fencing.
  • Wood Pool Fencing
    Wood fencing is a perfect choice for the perimeter of a property to provide privacy for pool areas. We generally do not recommend wood fencing directly adjacent to the pool itself due to the high moisture content in the air. This moisture can cause the fence to deteriorate more rapidly than normal.
  • Wood Perimeter Fencing
    Wood fencing is the staple of privacy fences. Popular across Sherman, Texas, a 6 foot wood privacy fence is quite possibly the single-most requested fence we install.

Every local municipality in Sherman, Texas has a separate set of requirements when it comes to building permits, and that includes wood fencing. Sometimes the specific height of the fence or placement of the fence or purpose of the fence can impact the need for a permit. There are also HOA considerations in some areas.

We have installed many wood fences in just about every possible area across Sherman, Texas so we are happy to answer these sorts of questions and/or to guide you through the process for your specific situation. This is one of the benefits of working with us!

The best way to get specific answers quickly and accurately is to simply call your town building code office.

There is no bad time of year to get a wood fence in Sherman, Texas. As professional fencing contractors, we build fences across Sherman, Texas all year!

There are certain times during the year when our installation schedule is busier, but our fence team always does its best to get you the fence you need right when you need it. Reach out today to find out what our current schedule looks like! We always have room for one more fence!

Fence placement is ultimately the responsibility of you, the customer. Moving a fence after it's already been installed can be costly, so it's never a bad idea to get a survey to be safe. In many cases, the property lines are clear and well-marked and installing your fence can be done without an official survey. However, some municipalities do require it, so be sure to check!

There are many small fence companies in Sherman, Texas that install wood fencing. Very few of them specifically train their teams on the best installation techniques and practices for designing, building, and installing wood fencing. Unfortunately, this means that your wood fence is almost certainly not installed as securely as it could be - which, ultimately, can reduce the quality and lifespan of your fence.

Be sure to choose a reliable fence company that has been around. Here are some of the most common pitfalls of using an unreliable, unlicensed, or uninsured wood fencing contractor:

  1. The Wood Fence Warranty is Void
    If the company that installed your wood fence isn't still in business down the road, the workmanship warranty on the fence and the gates is worthless. Additionally, even if you do choose the few wood fence products and options that do come with material warranties - some manufacturers won't warranty their fence material if it was damaged during installation or installed improperly - which is fairly common.

  2. The Fence Almost Certainly Won't Last As Long
    As a professional fencing contractor, our team of installers undergoes rigorous training and constant professional supervision. We are dedicated to improving our knowledge and skills of the best fencing materials and the best fence installation techniques for wood fencing in order to maximize the strength and life of your fence. Companies that simply install fences as something they do "on the side" usually have no idea how much they actually don't know about wood fencing ... and what is best for you and your property.

  3. Putting Your Property at Risk
    Installing wood fences in the Sherman, Texas area is actually somewhat risky. Sudden, harsh weather during the installation of a fence can blow materials - damaging your business or customer's cars. We've seen concrete splatter up onto cars or drip down long stretches of walkways and driveways - as wet concrete or other materials are transported. The secondary damage to businesses or your customers' vehicles while installing fences by poorly trained labor is a very common thing.

    Additionally, anyone hurt on your property while they are working puts you at risk! If you hire an unqualified fencing contractor - you may be liable.

At first glance, hiring a "cheaper" fence company to install your wood fence may appear to save you a few dollars, but in the long run it is almost certainly a price that you simply cannot afford to pay!

Wrought Iron FAQs

True wrought iron fencing is a material made of pure iron with an iron silicate added and is often a bit heavier than ornamental steel or ornamental iron. It is a strong, heavy material that can be formed under high heat and is not able to be mass-produced like other types of metal fences.

Wrought iron fencing is a great option for properties of all shapes and sizes in the Sherman area. It is a very strong material that creates a high level of security with an unmatched elegant design. If your priorities are design and strength, wrought iron is a perfect solution for any home or business.

Wrought iron fencing is one of the more costly types of fencing in the Sherman area due to the weight and strength of the metal and the craftsmanship it takes to build. When you are in the market for a new fence, speak to our fence professionals who can help you get a quote for whichever types of fencing you're looking for and help you find the perfect fit for your goals and your budget.

As far as earth-friendly fences go, wrought iron fences are a great choice. The metal is easy to maintain, long-lasting, and recyclable if you need to in the future. All of these factors contribute to it being a very eco-friendly type of fence to install at your Sherman area property.

Wrought iron fences are built to last a lifetime at your Sherman area property! Throughout history, you can still find ironwork that has stood for centuries, and it's no surprise why with the solid, durable metal it is crafted from. Certain factors like climate, maintenance, and protective coating all impact the longevity of your wrought iron fence, but regardless, you can be sure that your fence will stand strong for many, many years.

Wrought iron fencing needs very little maintenance over its lifetime at your Sherman property. Being proactive is the best way to make sure your fence will last without any issues. Keeping your wrought iron free of dents will help prevent rust, so avoid using lawn trimmers too close to your fence or planting bushes too close to your fence, which can hide problems if they arise. Other than a rinse every now and then, your wrought iron fence should need no cleaning or repairs, and you'll also receive a manufacturer's warranty that should cover major problems for your peace of mind.