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Wood Fence Installers in Miami, FL

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Prescreened Wooden Fence Installers in Miami, FL

Rodas Construction Group, Inc.
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(786) 765-2363
14380 Northwest 14th Drive
Miami, FL 33167
Odara Carpentry
4 Verified Ratings
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(866) 897-6668
490 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33133
Willdo Multiservice
2 Verified Ratings
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(866) 842-9218
425 ND 22 NS Street
Miami, FL 33137
Unlimited Services
1 Verified Ratings
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(877) 654-0468
9811 SW 35 Terrace
Miami, FL 33165
BJ Home Renovations
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(866) 908-5283
11605 Canal Drive, Unit 17
Miami, FL 33181

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Cost to hire a Install a Wood Fence in Miami

Most homeowners spent between:
$1,607 - $3,475
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Reviews of Miami Wooden Fence Companies

Project: Install a Wood Fence
Miami, FL

very good very happy with their work

Project: Install a Wood Fence
Miami Shores, FL

Rafael was very professional and customer satisfaction was very important to him He started and completed the fence in a very timely manner and great quality I would recommend him, he was very reliable

Project: Install a Wood Fence
Miami, FL

Quick response. Great customer service and very nice people. They r willing 2 work with u on price so u can feel comfortable with the job


Unscreened Fence Contractors in Miami, Florida

Gables Grove Construction Management, Inc.
4821 S.W. 75th Ave.
Miami, FL 33155
Mr. C's Total Care Property Maintenance
17990 S. W. 97 Ave.
Miami, FL 33157
Island Fence of Florida, Inc.
1307 N. State Rd. 7
Hollywood, FL 33021
Delgado A Thru Z Home Improvements, Inc .
8121 S.W. 20th St.
Miami, FL 33155
Hevia Aluminum & Iron Works, Inc.
3320 N. W. 54th St.
Miami, FL 33142

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 Miami Fence Contractors

Miami Wood Fence Installation

Notorious for its bright, year-around sunshine, eclectic population, and booming tourist industry, Miami is the seat of Miami-Dade County and the most populous city in Florida. Hit hard by the housing bubble of 2007-2008, Miami's real estate has been on a rapid, yet stable upswing since about 2011. As a result, homeowners can expect a good return on any investments made in their homes, both inside and out, including the installation of a quality wood fence. However, before deciding to start such a large and visually-obvious home improvement project, it is important to consider factors unique to the Miami area that will impact costs as well as the final product.

Local Cost Information

Installing a wood fence in Miami costs the average homeowner $2,868, with most people paying between $1,750 and $4,446. While only slightly higher than the national average of $2,502, on the high end, Miami-area homeowners have reported spending as much as $6,000 on a wood fence, compared to $5,000 nationally. The drastic range of these figures is partially explained by the different sized lots available in this city. However, there are other factors unique to a neighborhood, culture, or personal aesthetic that can also greatly impact the final price of a Miami wood fence. Among these factors are the type of wood used, any customization added at gates or post toppers, and other aesthetic features such as latticework, integrated lighting, and rails.

Licensing and Qualifications

Building a fence around your property in Miami-Dade county requires a permit and must conform to both county and local ordinances concerning the height and placement on one's property. Homeowners can get more information from the county website.

In addition, the State of Florida requires that any contractor who performs construction work on a home, including fence installation, has the appropriate state and/or license or certificate. In addition, Miami-Dade County further requires licensing for contractors who install fences through their offices. Homeowners can check the status of a contractor's license through either the county or state's search engine.

Other Projects to Consider

Adding a fence around the yard can completely change the look and curb appeal of the home. By creating a defined outdoor living space, homeowners are inviting potential buyers or observers to see more than just the house, and therefore, may want to add other features in and around the yard that accent and complement the wood fence. For example, pairing a pool with a fence project not only protects your privacy when swimming, it also adds value to your home. This feature also lets you take advantage of the warm Miami climate.

Popular Miami Neighborhoods

The following neighborhoods and suburbs only give a glimpse of the fantastic diversity in housing and culture that define this ultimate South Florida destination:

  • South Beach
    One of Miami's more renowned neighborhoods, this walkable artistic area is located on the barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and downtown. Though residents reside mostly in condos, its neighbor, North Beach, has a quieter, more family-oriented feel. Single-family homes are typically on the higher end of the market.
  • Coconut Grove
    Located on the south bank of the Miami river, this well-known 1960s enclave for hippies and drifters is now filled with high-priced modern homes and large estates.
  • Downtown Miami
    A microcosm of the city itself, the Downtown district includes everything from modern high-rise luxury condos to old, established neighborhoods with single family homes. This area is still in the process of redevelopment with a lot of renovations and new construction still taking place.
  • El Portal
    An older, established neighborhood between Little Havana and the Miami Shores, this middle-class immigrant neighborhood includes a variety of older single-family homes.
  • Allapattah
    On the opposite side of the spectrum, Allapattah, located near the Miami Civic Center is one of the city's poorest neighborhoods, with a large Hispanic and immigrant population, particularly from the Dominican Republic. Homes here are older and often rundown.