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Wood Fence Installers in San Antonio, TX

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Prescreened Wooden Fence Installers in San Antonio, TX

Dominion Fences & Decks
33 Verified Ratings
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(210) 800-9476
8927 Peaceful Grove
San Antonio, TX 78250
Roy Peralta & Sons Fence and Construction
References Available
(210) 800-9673
737 Overhill Drive
San Antonio, TX 78228
Aqua Blu Services: Fencing Experts
97 Verified Ratings
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(210) 800-9650
8452 Fredrick Road
San Antonio, TX 78229
CP Remodeling
46 Verified Ratings
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(210) 280-8159
2615 West Travis
San Antonio, TX 78207
Padier Construction, LLC
2 Verified Ratings
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(210) 301-1370
10222 Stuart Road
San Antonio, TX 78263

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Reviews of San Antonio Wooden Fence Companies

Project: Install a Wood Fence
San Antonio, TX

Took a week to clean up the old wood fence materials

Project: Install a Wood Fence
San Antonio, TX

I am very satisfied with the quality of the fence.

Project: Install a Wood Fence
San Antonio, TX

The #1 reason why I chose Aqua Blu to replace my fence; Roi called me back promptly, and kept communications open and easy. The #1 reason why I'd recommend Aqua Blu Services; The service was great, and the product is beautiful! Aqua Blu's crew gave us a great price for a fine product. They delivered what was promised, and even Roi was out there working hard with the crew. They followed direction, and completed the work to my satisfaction.


Unscreened Fence Contractors in San Antonio, Texas

Ability Iron Works
634 Patton Blvd
San Antonio, TX 78201
A & J Fences
1802 El Paso St
San Antonio, TX 78207
As Good As New Fence

San Antonio, TX 78207
Sambrano Fencing
247 Rosabell St.
San Antonio, TX 78228
Border Ornamental Iron & Fence
1334 S. General Mcmullen Dr
San Antonio, TX 78237

Things to Consider Before You Build or Replace a Wood Fence:

  • What is the nature of this project?
  • What is the height of the fence you want to have installed?
  • Approximately, how many linear feet of fencing do you need?
  • What primary function will the fence serve? (Check all that apply)

    Keep pets contained
    Contain livestock
    Keep children safely in yard
    Attractive yard addition
    Property boundary
    Provide privacy
    Provide security
    Wind or noise buffer

Ideas & Inspiration from San Antonio Fence Contractors

San Antonio Wood Fence

Wood fences are a great way to provide security and privacy for your home without making it feel like an unwelcoming fortress. In San Antonio, wood fences make a ton of sense. The warm, dry climate is gentler on the wood than in a lot of places around the country. Along with the usual suspects and home intruders, wood fences can help keep coyotes and other wildlife away from the inner sanctum of your home. Plus, a lot of neighborhoods in San Antonio, especially older ones, don't have sidewalks, tempting passers-by to venture further into your yard than you might like. A wood fence, in your front yard, backyard, or both, will provide a beautiful and natural boundary for your home.

Installing a Wood Fence
Too many homeowners are lured into thinking they can build their own fence. Some can, but most can't or shouldn't try. San Antonio fence builders have local knowledge of soil conditions, the durability of different wood species, and climatic factors. At the very least, talk to a professional fence contractor before you set out with nothing more than a five-minute tutorial you found on the Internet. Chances are you'll be grateful you did.

We track home improvement projects in San Antonio and around the country. Our data for tells us the national average for a wood fence installation is about $3,000. In San Antonio, we rarely see a project go over this amount, and most are closer to $1,500-$2,000. Of course, this number depends on how big your fencing project is, but you should be able to build the wood fence you want for a more than reasonable price in San Antonio.

One common strategy for minimizing the cost of installing a wood fence is talking to your neighbors. Often, if you play your cards right, you can get them to pay for part of the fence that borders their property. Make sure the fence stays on your side of the property line, though. Even if your neighbor is a good friend, people can move and your next neighbor might not be so accommodating. If the fence crosses over to their property, they have the right to tear it down. You'll also want to talk to your contractor about any nearby trees. If at all possible, you don't want the fence posts interfering with a tree's root system and vice versa.

Project Length
It shouldn't take more than a week at most to get your new wood fence up and running. If at all possible, try to be there when the fence is built. You'll have more control over the situation and greater peace-of-mind in general. Plus, it's not uncommon that some eccentricity of your yard causes special fence building methods. The more you know about your fence, the better you'll be able to maintain it for the future.

Fence Contractors
While you may get impatient, try to take your time both in considering which San Antonio fence contractor to hire and the project specifics. As tempted as you might be to hire the first person you talk to, do your homework, get bids from multiple contractors, and check references of recent clients. In the end, go with your gut, but don't substitute instinct for knowledge.

Sit down with a contractor and talk about the characteristics of different wood species and fence designs. This serves two purposes. First, you'll be sure you're making an informed decision about your fencing project. Second, you and your fence contractor can get on the same page about what exactly you want. Most of the complaints we hear from homeowners have nothing to do with price or project length, but simple miscommunication about what the homeowner wanted from his or her fence project.