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Fence Installation Service - Home Enhancement Pro

Fence Installation Service

We have decades of experience building fencing solutions for home improvement projects, rising to challenges in the Greater Houston Texas area, including Humble, Spring, Katy, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands, to meet our customers’ exact specifications.

Fence Installation Service in Greater Houston Texas

There are several reasons why you might have a fence installed: privacy, security, safety, or even a little homestead curb appeal. From chain links to white picket fences, we can offer a variety of materials and styles to meet any needs. 

We have decades of experience building fencing solutions for home improvement projects, rising to challenges in the Greater Houston Texas area, including Bayton, Katy, Conroe, Sugar Land, and The Woodlands, to meet our customers’ exact specifications.

Wooden Fence

Fence Installation

Our fencing contractor takes pride in providing high-quality craftsmanship and service, working as part of a professional team to deliver quality fence products.

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Professional Team

Complex projects might overwhelm most people, but our staff has experience handling many moving parts along the supply chain, including working with customers to make design and material choices. You tell us your dream and we’ll make it come true.

Top-Notch Customer Service

Our company is dedicated to providing the best fence replacement service in Greater Houston Texas. From your first phone call to our final inspection, we deliver responsive, attentive, friendly service, communication, and fence products. Our passion for providing first-class service to homeowners has allowed us to become one of the highest-rated contractors in the region.

Quality Fence Products

We design, fabricate, and install high-quality fence products after carefully selecting materials rigorously-tested to perform in harsh climates. We demand only the best products for our customers.

Fence Replacement Process

When fencing damage becomes apparent, the first decision is often whether to repair or replace it. When a repair is no longer viable, our fencing contractor can provide our fence replacement service. 

  1. Detach the fence from its posts: We loosen the fence panels and set them aside.
  2. Unscrew the fence from its posts: If the fence we’re replacing is wooden, they may have additional screws to remove inside. We use a drill to remove all the screws on the damaged posts and a hammer to remove nails.
  3. Remove the old fence posts: Wearing gloves for protection, we rock the post back and forth at least 90 degrees to dig it out. If the post is embedded in concrete, we’ll need to break it up to facilitate removal.
  4. Clear the hole and dig a new one: The fence post hole may collapse when we remove the old post. If this happens, we use a narrow shovel to remove the soil and clear it out, putting the removed soil on a plastic tarp. We dig at least 16 to 24 inches; for soft soil, we dig an additional 12 inches for security. If the hole collapses too much, we need to use a post-hole digger to make a new hole.
  5. Lay gravel: We add gravel to the hole as needed; one or two bags straight to the bottom of the hole should suffice. If it already contains gravel, we might not need to add any.
  6. Set the new post: We put the new fence post in the hole and plumb it with our level. We then nail two-by-fours to the base to secure its upright position.
  7. Fill the hole: Once again, we inspect for plumb before opening a bag of concrete and filling the hole. The concrete should be about 3 inches beneath the ground level.
  8. Put water in the concrete: Using a gallon of water for every 50 pounds of concrete, we add clean water right on top of the dry mix. The concrete must cure for at least an hour before we remove the wood braces and top the mix with soil.
  9. Add the new fencing: Our fence installer puts in the replacement fence.

Fence Replacement Process

When fencing damage becomes apparent, the first decision is often whether to repair or replace it. When a repair is no longer viable, our fencing contractor can provide our fence replacement service. 

  1. Detach the fence from its posts: We loosen the fence panels and set them aside.
  2. Unscrew the fence from its posts: If the fence we’re replacing is wooden, they may have additional screws to remove inside. We use a drill to remove all the screws on the damaged posts and a hammer to remove nails.
  3. Remove the old fence posts: Wearing gloves for protection, we rock the post back and forth at least 90 degrees to dig it out. If the post is embedded in concrete, we’ll need to break it up to facilitate removal.
  4. Clear the hole and dig a new one: The fence post hole may collapse when we remove the old post. If this happens, we use a narrow shovel to remove the soil and clear it out, putting the removed soil on a plastic tarp. We dig at least 16 to 24 inches; for soft soil, we dig an additional 12 inches for security. If the hole collapses too much, we need to use a post-hole digger to make a new hole.
  5. Lay gravel: We add gravel to the hole as needed; one or two bags straight to the bottom of the hole should suffice. If it already contains gravel, we might not need to add any.
  6. Set the new post: We put the new fence post in the hole and plumb it with our level. We then nail two-by-fours to the base to secure its upright position.
  7. Fill the hole: Once again, we inspect for plumb before opening a bag of concrete and filling the hole. The concrete should be about 3 inches beneath the ground level.
  8. Put water in the concrete: Using a gallon of water for every 50 pounds of concrete, we add clean water right on top of the dry mix. The concrete must cure for at least an hour before we remove the wood braces and top the mix with soil.
  9. Add the new fencing: Our fence installer puts in the replacement fence.

Cost of a New Fence

The cost of a new fence depends on several factors, including material choice, the size and complexity of a project, and whether it’s a new installation or replacement job.

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Fencing Materials

There are several material choices available; our fence installer can give you more information about which will work best for you. 

  • Wood Fence: Wood fencing is ideal for natural beauty, durability, sustainability, and affordability. We offer several species of lumber.
  • Vinyl Fencing: This plastic-based material won’t rot, blister, or grow fungus, which is durability you can truly count on.
  • Chain Link Fence: This classical diamond-patterned fence is one of the most affordable fencing options for Texas homeowners.
  • Metal Fence: Metal fences made from wrought iron add security; they’re commonly used by gated communities.
  • Aluminum Fence: Most aluminum fences are made from 70% recycled aluminum; they’re capable of resisting corrosion.
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