Hi, my name is Nate, and I am the Operations Manager for All For You Fencing. I do a variety of things for our business including your initial property visit and the drafting and sending of all estimates. Estimates are completed on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Estimates help us gather as much information as possible to access your fencing needs, come up with a solution, and answer any questions you may have. When you are ready for your free fence estimate, there are a few items to consider and think about before we come to your home or business. First, we want to prepare for your fence estimate. Next, you will want to decide on fence styles and materials. Finally, you will review your fence estimate.
To prepare for your fence estimate, start by contacted your HOA. Find their fencing rules and regulations. I know we all LOVE HOAs... but they can have stipulations on the type of fencing allowed, height of fencing, setback lines, and how close fences can be to a sidewalk. I can help you decipher and sort through these rules and regulations. Next, have an idea for the layout of your fence. Where would you like your fence to be located, and how many feet are you looking to install? We can bounce ideas off of each other, but it does help if you have a starting point before I show up. Most importantly, have a survey, plat, or find your property stakes before our arrival. We want to make sure the fence is installed on your property. If you cannot be there for an appointment- that is okay! We will ask that you send us as much info as possible, and I will take measurements while I am there. Either during or after, I will give you a call to discuss the quote before sending it over to you.
The first time you see me, I will have my orange wheel in hand ready to measure. We will discuss what style, or styles, of fencing you would like a quote on. Visit our website to explore all of our fence styles and designs. Once we get squared away on what rules the HOA has for us, we will evaluate what fence materials are available to you. We can also brainstorm fence location to accommodate HOA regulations, if applicable. While taking down measurements around your property, explore gate designs and options. We will need to decide gate size and placement. At the end of the fence estimate, I am happy to answer any and all questions you may have.
The quote(s) will be drawn up and sent to your email by the end of the day after our visit. While you mull over the estimates the next few days or weeks, any questions you have can be emailed or texted to us. We strive to answer your questions in a prompt and timely manner. We want your fence to be perfect for your home or business. If you are ready to move forward, we will put you on the schedule. Next, I will send you the material invoice, if you are not using financing options, and schedule your final review. During a final review, I come back to your property a couple weeks before the job start date to flag out fence corners and gates. We want to make sure the fence is located where you need and want it to be, so our crews are ready to start on your fence when they arrive.
Getting a fence can seem like a daunting task, but it does not have to be. Through quick communication and attention to detail, we aim to make it as simple as possible. Give us a call, text, or email to get started! See you Soon!