Capital Fence Sells & Installs Fences in Westchester
So you want to put up a fence. Now what? Maybe you ask your family or friends which is the best fence company in your area. Maybe you head to social media, and in your neighborhood group, you ask members for referrals for fence contractors they’ve hired and were happy with – you ask about the price, installation, and customer service.
Depending on what you want the fence to provide for your property – from keeping pets and children from wandering out to marking the perimeter of your property to just wanting to provide screening and protection from unwanted visitors – it’s a good idea to hire a reputable fence company. Many companies operate without active insurance. This means if something goes wrong on the job, you have to hope they will make it right.
Why it’s best to hire a local fence company.
Hiring a fence contractor that is more than 50 miles away from your location may not be the best idea. If it takes a long time to get to your home from their fence yard, it will cost them time and money to get to you. More than likely, they will pass those costs on to you.
You also want to hire a contractor who knows the building codes and ordinances around your area, so you don’t get into trouble with the local government. No one wants to wake up one morning with a notice that the fence they invested in must come down.
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We sell and install the following types of residential fences throughout Westchester County: vinyl fences, chain link fences, aluminum, and wooden fences.
We’ve completed jobs in small villages like Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Scarsdale, and Eastchester, our hometown. We are familiar with the building department codes of the villages, which are usually a little more particular regarding height, width, and property lines.
We’ve installed fences for homeowners in Westchester’s larger cities like Yonkers, Port Chester, White Plains, and New Rochelle. The bigger cities have slightly different code specifications, but in the end, it’s all driven by the code of New York State. We are equally familiar with the building departments in these areas.