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As you think about fencing for your residential or commercial property, you have several factors to consider. Making the right design choices today will make an enormous difference in your satisfaction, the total cost of ownership, and long-term maintenance. Lasting for decades, a well-designed fence will protect your privacy, increase your property value and add more security. Now, more materials have become available and affordable, with the most popular choice being wood, vinyl, chain link, aluminum and steel. You can choose picket, privacy, semi-privacy, or post-and rail design depending your needs.
We know how important your choices are. That’s why we offer the widest range of design and material options in the Chicagoland area. It’s also why we always provide plenty of information so you can make an informed decision on your own. We encourage all our customers to take their time when weighing your choices, and offer all the help you need to decide. Some of the factors to consider include:
If you build your fence on or near a property line with an adjacent neighbor, always make sure it is built strictly inside your own land. Failure to observe the property boundaries can be very costly. Before installing a new fence, consider
What is the reason you want a fence? If it’s to dress up your front yard, perhaps a traditional picket or ornamental fence is the best choice. If you’re looking for privacy, you can choose from dozens of privacy and semi-privacy designs
City Building Codes and Rules
Every community has its own building regulations, designed to assure quality construction. Your choice in fencing needs to meet those codes and rules. Restrictions on height, materials, location, and other factors may
in mind that the total cost is measured over the lifetime of that fence, not just the initial purchase price. Cheap materials from questionable sources and inadequate installation techniques can lead to high maintenance and repair cost, or early replacement. In the long run, quality reduces costs over time. Choose the best quality in materials and installation to get the best value.
available in wood and vinyl materials. For residential and commercial properties, security may be the main issue, and your choices may be based primarily on that concern. Defining the function and goals is an important
how its appearance matches the neighbor’s property. It is a good idea to share your plan with your neighbors first to avoid potential disputes. Sometimes, neighbors can split the cost of the materials and installation, as well, when they agree on appearance.
Many homeowners and commercial property owners choose to install their own fences, and our company specializes in helping them do a great job, with installation guides, material delivery, and XPert advice. For others, we
Like every big home improvement project, everyone considers cost when thinking about installing a new fence. The cost varies, depending on your choice of materials, from economical chain link to beautiful ornamental fencing. Keep
have Xpert crews who will install your fence for you, quickly & efficiently. Our experienced crews take great pride in their work, and build every fence as though they were building it for their own property.
choosing finials, post caps, and other decorative features creates a unique appearance. Secure latches, self-closing hinges, and even power-operated gates are some of the other options available.
Today’s fencing comes in an amazing variety of materials, including traditional wood, steel, aluminum and chain link, along with the newer, maintenance-free PVC vinyl and composite materials. Each offers different qualities, appearance, and durability.
Gates and Accessories
Most fence projects require gates, along with other finishing touches. Choosing these accessories is a big part of your new installation. Customizing your fence for your needs with walk-through & drive-through gates, and
influence your choices and cost. We know the regulations for most communities in the Chicago Suburbs, and can help you make choices that meet those codes. You may view our list of various Fencing Codes to see what might be required in your town or city, and you should also speak with your local building official to be sure of any updates or changes.
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Serving Chicagoland & Metro Area!