Yes. We strongly recommend treating any wood fence with stain or paint to protect your investment from the sun and moisture.
Mineral deposits and chlorine from our hard-water in San Diego. Sprinklers will not only wash stain off fences, but also put these deposits over any existing paint or stain. The best solution for this situation is to dig up around the sprinklers and put a T-coupling where each sprinkler head hits the fence and put it the necessary length from the fence.
No. But we can install a fence on top of a concrete wall after it has been constructed.
Yes. We are bonded and insured. We meet or exceed all California state regulations for insurance. Our employees, vehicles and work are all covered by our insurance policies.
If we have to trim trees, bushes or anything that may interfere with us performing the installation of the fence, there will be a charge for the trimming that is done by our employees. If there is anything that might interfere with installation of the fence, your estimator will notify you then and ask if you would like a bid on removal of the obstruction or that it must be cleared prior to the start date of your job.
It is included in the price of your proposal, only if the removal option yes is stated on the right side of your proposal (invoice).
Permits are usually required for fences over six (6) feet tall, but there can also be other limitations and requirements. Laws and regulations are very specific to different parts of town in the same city and do change. The only way to be sure for your fence is to call the city in which you live.
Here is a link to the City of San Diego web site regarding fences:
and a link to the County of San Diego Department of Land Use web site:
We still need to charge for the materials of the fence and the setting of the posts. The charge for the gate is for the hardware and the labor to make the gate.