Condor Fencing
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be home for a bid?

It is not necessary for you to be home in order for us to complete a bid.  A copy of the estimate can be left on the door or faxed to you.

Do I need to be home during fence installation?

It is not necessary for you to be home during the time that we install your fence.  Please make sure that there are no pets in the yard.

What are my financing options?

We require a deposit of one-half the total invoice amount at the time we install posts and the second half is due at completion.  We accept all major credit cards and personal checks.

How long will installation take? 

Normally, installing a fence takes three days.  The first day we will set the posts and allow the concrete to cure for the second day.  The third day we will install the rails and pickets.  Naturally if there is inclement weather, the process can take longer.

Should I use wooden or metal posts?

Wooden posts are a less expensive alternative to metal posts but there is a major difference is quality and how long they will last.  Your wooden posts will rot due to the elements usually within five years.  Metal posts are not compromised by the elements and will endure almost indefinitely

Should I use chain link or wood? 

Chain link is the most economical choice in fencing.  It is extremely durable, however, there is a lack of privacy.  A wood fence offers a barrier of sorts and keeps the outside world from looking in. 

Should I use spruce or cedar wood? 

Either one is a good choice for your fence.  The major difference between the two is basically the cost and the look.  Spruce is a less expensive material and looks like a raw wood.  Cedar is a more expensive material that has a natural red tone.  Cedar is also naturally insect repellent.  One material is not better than the other as far as quality is concerned.

Should I stain or seal my fence?

Yes you should.  A fence can be a considerable investment and you should do everything possible to protect that investment.  Given the weather conditions in North Texas, the sun and rain can seriously deplete the look of your fence and shorten the life of it as well.  Your fence should be stained or sealed yearly in order to protect it from the elements.

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