Month: February 2016
Even if your wood fence is old, and the gates are not working right it may be more cost effective to repair it rather than replace it. This simple repair breathed new life into this broken down wood fence. A new gate and a few new pickets cost A LOT LESS than a complete teardown, dispose, and replace. Your Hunter’s Woods Fencing Consultant can give you an honest evaluation of your situation so you can make the best choice for your property.
Hunter’s Woods Fencing specializes in Custom!! Who said White Vinyl Privacy Fence had to be 6 feet high? No one!!! On the left side we installed 3 1/2 foot high privacy and on the right we put in 6 foot high. Most of the time, fences shorter than 4 foot are picket or a see-through style, but what if your neighbor has a yappy dog? Privacy fence makes for a great yard and more tranquil living space. One more happy customer!!
This all Green Chain Link Chain Link blends in perfectly with the surroundings, greenhouse, and chicken coop. It had to be ON THE GROUND to keep swamp critters away from the chickens so the top rail followed the grade in a smooth curve. Chain Link is one of the most versatile materials and can be securely installed almost anywhere. Experienced installers are essential when creative solutions and challenging conditions are on the menu. Our customer repeatedly complimented the installation and thanked us profusely.
This Port Richey, Florida customer came home one day to find that his neighbor had trespassed to cut down a 40 year old privacy hedge. He solved the problem with a Hunter’s Woods Fencing Custom Built Pressure Treated Wood Privacy Fence. 4×4 posts set 2 1/2 feet deep in cement, 2×4 rails and 5 1/2 inch wide pickets built from the ground up made a strong attractive barrier. Contrary to rumor, setting Pressure Treated wood posts in cement DOES NOT cause them to rot out. There is a right way to do it, and all our crews are pros who do it right the first time!
Sometimes Build on Site is not the answer. This customer needed to replace a few sections of an old prebuilt wood fence. Our crew removed and disposed of the old sections and put in the new sections. We used screws to secure the stockade sections to the posts, and at the customer’s request we put gravel in the bottom of the post holes to insure drainage so the posts don’t prematurely rot out. Even though the existing posts were Pressure Treated they had rotted out, so we made sure the new ones would last a long time.
Hunter’s Woods Fencing knows our specs! From residential to heavy commercial, if your damaged chain link has to be done properly with “original equivalent” materials we have you covered. An out of control vehicle took out 60 feet of this chain link, and we restored it in a few hours. As you see, it is hard to tell where the old ends and the new begins. We seamlessly weaved in new chain link, and saw that the top rail fit on the same lines as the original. Click on the picture and see if you can spot where the old ends and new begins.
No job is too small as you can see in these before and after shots of a 5 year old PVC privacy fence. This fence borders the parking area of a business parking lot where this old live oak had absolutely destroyed one section. Containment is not an issue, but who wants to patronize a business that looks shabby and broken down? The owner requested that we leave room for the tree to grow so we defied convention to insure customer satisfaction. We plugged holes in existing posts, eliminated gaps at the posts, and rebuilt the destroyed section. And just so you know, Hunter’s Woods Fencing did not do the original install.