The Fence Installation Process
For many fence contractors, installing a fence is simply a job to get done. To us, it’s more important to provide a satisfying service from start to finish. Here are a few of the ways we achieve that goal:
When you call Future Outdoors for a consultation or an estimate, we’re not simply going to show up and give you a quote. Our vinyl fence experts will take time to go over your options and to show you the actual material that will be installed. We will also provide you with a good understanding of every step of the process. And when we do give you an estimate, we take care to make it as accurate and comprehensive as possible. We also take care of as much of the “busy work” as possible, including getting permits and calling your utility companies to mark buried lines.
When it comes time to install your fence, our installers do their best to make the process as fast and painless as possible. At the same time, we work hard to leave you with a fence that will stand the test of time. Our installers are trained and certified, and have years of experience with vinyl fence installations. You can trust us that when your fence is built, you’ll be happy with the work we did. We can provide you with addresses of installations dating back to 1997 so you can see some of our work for yourself.
Along with our workmanship, we also pride ourselves on providing the best fencing products on the market. Our vinyl fences are superior to wood in almost every way. Quality vinyl fences like ours, installed by our knowledgeable installers, makes our vinyl fences a maintenance free and one time fence purchase.
The Vinyl Fence Difference
One of the most common questions we get from potential customers is, “Why would I choose vinyl fence over wood?” There are many reasons vinyl fence is the better choice, such as:
- Durability – Vinyl fence is much stronger than wood, and lasts much longer without degrading or breaking down. Vinyl isn’t vulnerable to moisture, rot, or insect damage.
- Maintenance – Unlike wood fence, vinyl fence doesn’t need any special care or maintenance to keep its looks. It never needs to be painted or stained, and it won’t fade, chip, or peel.
- Price – Vinyl fence might seem expensive, but if you compare it to a high quality wood fence – such as a board on board fence with a rot board, cap, trim, and stain/sealant – then it just makes sense to purchase a vinyl fence. Your are spending about the same money once with vinyl instead of spending more money in upkeep with the wood fence. Lower-quality woods like pine and spruce might be cheaper, but they also don’t last more than 3 years or so without constant upkeep. When comparing price over the lifespan of the product, vinyl is actually one of the most economical types of fence available.
Get Your Vinyl Fence from Future Outdoors
If you’re looking for a fence contractor in Dallas to install your new fence, you’ve come to the right place. Future Outdoors can take you through every step of the process and help you get the best fence available at the best price possible. Call 972-576-1600 today to get started, or visit our Facebook page for more information and tips about vinyl fencing, shade structures and more!