Natchez Fence Repair and Installation

What to expect with the fence installation process.

What to Expect From Your Install
Enjoy a worry-free installation from start to finish. Natchez-Fence project specialists and expert installers will ensure your project is completed without a hitch.

Installation Team
Our installation team is made up of screened professionals who’ll provide you with quality service and a worry-free experience.

Before Installation
If your project requires an on-site measurement, we’ll contact you within two business days to set up an appointment. You’ll be given an inclusive quote based on the measurements.

During Installation
Our goal is to provide you with a safe and hassle-free install. To minimize disruptions and ensure a successful project, we suggest the following:
Have an adult present during the install
Keep children and pets out of the install area
Allow easy access for installers by keeping entryways clear
If, at any time during the install, you have questions or concerns, tell your installers directly or contact Richard at Natchez-Fence.

After Installation
When your project is complete, your Lowe’s install team will clean up the installation area and present you with a Certificate of Completion. Your satisfaction’s guaranteed. Inspect the work to ensure you’re satisfied, and then sign the certificate. We’ll contact you soon after the install to get your feedback.

Your decision to add a fence to your property may have been made for a specific or variety of  reasons:

Protection – Fences can provide security to a home, by keeping people or animals from entering a yard.
Appearance – A fence can provide an attractive or decorative element to landscaping, a garden or a house.
Safety – Fencing can keep pets or children from leaving a yard.
Privacy – Fencing can enclose an area to wandering eyes.
Legal – Local laws may require a fence to surround a pool to protect it from wandering children or animals.
Boundary marking – Fences can be used to clearly define a property line.

Understanding the purpose of building a fence can help decide the best material for it. Some fence materials are stronger and sturdier than others, some fence materials weather better than others, and some are more attractive.

In addition to the characteristics of various fencing materials, cost is a factor. Some fencing materials are costlier, some fence types take less time to install, and some require learned skills.

Chain Link Fences
This is among the most popular fencing material. It offers a barrier while providing sight lines through it. Chain link fence options include vinyl coating, which can make it more attractive and add to its lifespan, and slats to offer privacy. Chain link is also among the most affordable fencing options.

Wood Fences
Also an extremely popular fence choice, various types of wood are used for fences, including wood treated to resist rot. Wood allows for creating custom fences in styles to fit the taste of a homeowner. While requiring more skills, most types of wood fences can still be installed by do-it-yourselfers. Vinyl, PVC, composite and chain link fences are essentially prefabricated. The ability to custom build a fence allows wood to meet a variety of fencing needs such as security, privacy or decoration. Wood does require more maintenance than other fence types and, while typically more expensive than chain link, is more affordable than nearly all other fence types.

Vinyl or PVC Fences
This man-made fence material was introduced into the consumer fence market in the 1980s. PVC fending is sold as a low-maintenance, durable fence material. It is resistant to wear, bugs and rot while not twisting or warping. Fence panels can be solid or include slats to let air through and offer a sight line. This material has continued to improve over time, including introduction of inhibitors that limit the ‘yellowing’ or fading of white vinyl fencing by the sun. Vinyl PVC fencing is generally costlier than chain link or wood fencing.

Wrought iron or aluminum
This material is among the oldest fence materials, known for its appearance, security, durability and low maintenance. The traditional style of iron — or these days aluminum — fencing is thin, tall bars with only a few inches between them held together by rails at the top and bottom. To that traditional design, ornate decorative accents are added to offer a unique decorative look. The decorations can have sharp points which can add to the security of smooth, thin bars which are difficult to climb. This fencing is also among the most durable and does require some maintenance, mainly painting as weather fades colors.

Choosing the fence material that best suits the need is the first step, installation is the next. While some fence materials can be installed by do-it-yourselfers, professional installation ensures the fence will be its most sturdy and long lasting.

If you have questions about these, or any fence type, don’t hesitate to contact a professional at Natchez-Fence for a free consultation. Call 601-445-0012.

Why should you choose Natchez-Fence for your install or repair? Our installation team is made up of screened professionals who’ll provide you with quality service and a worry-free experience. Use Natchez-Fence to ensure a smooth install for your fencing. You’ll receive a FREE in-home consultation with a project specialist to discuss the specific needs for your project. Your satisfaction’s guaranteed.

Natchez Fence provides top quality fence repair and installation service in Natchez, MS and surrounding areas. With over 20 years of experience, our company specializes in all types of fences for your convenience and satisfaction.