Create a fence that matches your requirements & aesthetic
PROFESSIONAL CUSTOM FENCE FABRICATION
BRING YOUR DREAM FENCE TO LIFE
At Magnolia Fence & Patio, our team includes some of the most skilled fabricators in the industry. With their expertise and craftsmanship, we have the capability to bring your custom fence designs to life. Whether you have a specific vision in mind or need assistance in creating a unique design, our fabricators can turn your ideas into reality.
We possess the knowledge and tools to handle a variety of fabrication techniques. From bending and twisting metal to precision pressing and welding, we can shape and manipulate materials to achieve the desired look and functionality for your custom fence. Our fabricators take pride in their attention to detail, ensuring every element of the fence is meticulously crafted to meet your specifications.
In addition to in-house fabrication, we have established strong partnerships with trusted vendors. This allows us to custom-build and mass-produce fence panels tailored to your property’s needs and aesthetic. Working side-by-side with local vendors, we secure high-quality materials at competitive prices, passing those cost savings on to you. This means you can enjoy a custom fence that not only meets your standards of quality but also fits your budget.
Our commitment to custom fence fabrication means we can create fences that are as unique as your property. Whether it’s a one-of-a-kind design, intricate patterns, or specific dimensions, we have the capability to deliver a truly personalized fence that reflects your style and enhances the aesthetics of your outdoor space. Trust Magnolia Fence & Patio to provide expert custom fence fabrication services that exceed your expectations. Our skilled fabricators and strong vendor partnerships ensure the highest level of craftsmanship and value for your investment. Let us bring your dream fence to life, tailored to your exact specifications.
Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of a fence depends upon several factors. The main determining factors consist of what type of fence material is selected, the style of fence being built, what type and how many gates are installed, and, of course, how many linear feet of fence is required. (Linear footage is calculated by measuring the perimeter of the area that the fence will be built on.) For privacy fences, wood is the most economical material choice.
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New clients are typically charged a $250 deposit. Permit application fees may also be charged at time of approval. In the event the city does not approve the necessary permits, your $250 deposit will be refunded, but the permit fee is non-refundable. Projects with specific materials may have a different deposit amount. Any deposit made will be taken off your final invoice upon your satisfaction of the project.
Once approval for the fence installation is received, Magnolia Fence & Patio promptly contacts DigTess, the utility locating service, to identify any public utilities. DigTess typically responds within 48-72 hours and uses washable marking paint and flags to clearly indicate the location of these utilities. It’s important not to remove these markings as per state law.
To facilitate the process, a sign is placed in the client’s yard, usually near the water meter. This sign serves two purposes: it helps DigTess and installers identify the property, and it serves as a means to inform neighbors about the upcoming project. The sign often generates inquiries for new fences, which is a bonus but not the primary intention. At the project’s conclusion, the signs are collected, so please leave them out.
Within approximately one week of approval, the client receives a notification specifying the exact installation date.
A day or two prior to the scheduled installation, Magnolia Fence & Patio reaches out again to confirm project details.
The installation crew typically arrives on-site between 9-10 am, taking into account the project’s complexity and tasks to be completed. They take a midday lunch break and conclude their work at a reasonable hour. There is no rush or expectation for the crew to work excessive hours. The focus is on doing the job right the first time, avoiding the need for rework.