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Vinyl Fence Installers in New York, NY

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Rock Fences, LLC

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(973) 240-3932
Areas of Expertise
  • Aluminum or Steel Fence - Install
  • Chain Link Fence - Install
  • Wood Fence - Install
  • Vinyl or PVC Fence - Install
  • Fence Repair
All City Fence
(877) 341-3265
Areas of Expertise
  • All Fences - Installed & Repaired
  • Wood, Vinyl, Chain Link, Barbed, Wrought Iron
Featured Review

"Very prompt."

- barbara C. from bayside, NY
Kalnik Corp.
(866) 360-9264
Areas of Expertise
  • Ground up construction (residential and commercial)
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Interior Painting or Staining
  • Full building Framing
  • Ashphalt Shingle Roofing
Featured Review

"I hired Kalnik to replace the roof on a fairly large 3 car garage. They did a great job overall and I would hire them again. Michelle was wonderful. She was very patient with all my questions (and I had a lot of them) and was flexible in accommodating my requests. The crew came in early and got the job done quickly/on the same day. The crew cleaned everything up and all was left in good shape. It was a very cold winter day and some shingles were frozen and left a little lifted. But they assured me that it was a normal and they would settle when the weather got warmer. It is been two months now and weather has gotten warmer. Most of the shingles did settle as they explained though not all of them. However, we have had some very heavy rains and all is great - no leaks! Overall I am very satisfied with the work Kalnik performed at a competitive cost and I would recommend them. Thanks for everything, Kalnik."

- omar C. from harrison, NJ
KW Price Landscaping, LLC
(212) 655-0725
Areas of Expertise
  • Landscaping Design & Installation. Irrigation Service Installation and Repairs
  • Residential and Commercial Restoration Design and Maintenance
  • Brick & Stone Masonary
  • Tree Service
  • Fence Installation and Repairs
Featured Review

"KW Price was excellent! They price was very reasonable. They came to my urban backyard and trimmed my tree my neighbors tree growing over my backyard and carted all the debris off the property. They left the backyard very clean. I would hire them again."

- laverne L. from new york, NY
Wallace Handyman
(866) 208-4960
Areas of Expertise
  • Handyman
  • Plumbing
  • Home improvement projects
Featured Review

"They did an exceptional job. "

- tej P. from manhasset, NY
Total Source Construction, Inc.
(305) 351-1710
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom - Remodel
  • Basement - Remodel
  • Stone Slab Countertops - Install (Granite, Marble, Quartz, etc)
Featured Review

"Very easy experience with a contractor who was readily able to convert my thoughts into his actions. I heartily recommend Alex K."

- dorn W. from new york, NY
Kamberi Home & Garden Care, LLC
(646) 758-0474
Areas of Expertise
  • Fence
  • Taking care of garden
Featured Review

"Adrian and his team where excellent. They were punctual and professional. They even kept their cool when my nuisance neighbor tried to intimidate them. They did a beautiful privacy fence in the rear of my home and a lovely picket in the front. They also removed a mason brick wall for us. They completed the job in the time frame they said they would and the clean up was above par. We ve actually re-hired them for a paver job!!! We highly recommend their services!!!!"

- tyhesha W. from bronx, NY
HANDYMACK Construction & Renovation
(929) 299-4476
Areas of Expertise
  • Siding- Repairs, Replacements, Installs
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Windows & Doors
  • Roofing
Featured Review

"Very professional guys all the people who are working there are very helpful and friendly and have good ideas and highly recommend them to anyone."

- can S. from ny, NY
Masters Construction NYC Corp.
(646) 755-4591
Areas of Expertise
Featured Review

"Work will be done next week. "

- j D. from new york, NY

Unscreened Fence Contractors in New York, New York

Ionic Restoration
696 E. 187 St.
Bronx, NY 10458
Rodhome Inc.
596 Bergin Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07304
RLB General Construction Corporation
2537 Grand Concourse, Suite B5n
Bronx, NY 10468
Seven Points Contracting Inc.
81 Massachusetts St. S.
Staten Island, NY 10307
Clark & Wilkins Industries, Inc.
1871 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10035

Things to Consider Before You Install a Vinyl or PVC 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
    Keep children safely in yard
    Provide privacy
    Attractive yard addition
    Property boundary
    Provide security
    Wind or noise buffer
    Contain livestock

Ideas & Inspiration from New York Fence Contractors

New York Aluminum & Vinyl Fencing

Too many homeowners run to wood for their fencing material without even considering the alternatives. For years, the commercial and industrial sectors have been scooping up low-maintenance fencing, while wood continues to dominate the residential fencing market, largely unchallenged. Wood is beautiful; few would argue with this maxim. The huge drawback of wood, however, is the cost and time investment required to reseal it every year or two. In New York, vinyl fences and aluminum fences are the fencing materials of choice for homeowners who want simple privacy and security fences without the hassle of another item on their spring cleaning list. By paying just a few extra hundred dollars for the initial installation, you can have your next fence, be the last fence you'll ever need. The gap in aesthetic has greatly diminished, too, as fencing manufacturers have begun to market their fencing lines for residential homeowners.

More Benefits of a Vinyl Fence
Vinyl is the best approximation of wood in terms of alternative fencing. The softer texture is more appropriate for homeowners concerned about the traditional appeal of wood fencing. It won't have the same smell, and it probably won't outright fool most people, but you'll still have a quality looking fence. You will also need to pay a little more for quality, decorative vinyl fencing. Older forms of vinyl fencing eventually had to be replaced because of fading associated with prolonged exposure to the sun. This is also why older forms of vinyl were available primarily in drab, neutral colors. Finally, vinyl fencing is fire and pest resistant to a much greater extent than wood.

More Benefits of an Aluminum Fence
Although aluminum fences in New York have been around for quite some time in the form of chain-link and wrought iron imitations, decorative aluminum fencing has opened up the possibilities for this material in traditional privacy and security fences. There is essentially no fencing type or design that aluminum can't appropriate, and the number of options can be overwhelming as much as illuminating. Some finishes, colors, and looks are available in aluminum and no other material. To guarantee a durable, long-lasting fence, you may need to purchase slightly thicker aluminum to withstand the severe weather of the Atlantic Coast, but if you do, you have every reason to believe that your new fence is the last one you'll ever need.

Cost of Vinyl and Aluminum Fencing
There is little point in attempting to determine exactly how much your new fence will cost until you talk to specific contractors. Estimates tend to vary wildly. The size, materials, and design of your fence will naturally play a role in determining cost, but they are far from the only things that will ultimately decide how much you pay. The level of service and flexibility you require from a contractor can affect the cost of a fence installation by several hundred dollars. To this end, each and every contractor in our system is put through a rigorous ten-step screening process. We also publish our extensive collection of online customer ratings and reviews. Schedules for the best contractors tend to fill up quickly, however. You can often find several quality contractors for your fence building project, and by spending some extra money, you may be able to hire someone who can start on your fence immediately. You should be wary, though, of estimates that are substantially higher or lower than the competition.

That said, the best measurement of cost in the planning stages of a fence installation is to compare the cost of different materials. In New York, fence installation averages about $3,000 for a wood fence, $3,500 for an aluminum fence, and $4,000 for vinyl. Again, the initial savings for a wood fence is generally erased within the first few years of wood fence maintenance. Whether estimates seem outlandishly high or reasonably sensible to you, be skeptical about undertaking your own fence installation. More than fence posts and manual labor, proper fence installation requires surveying property lines, watching out for underground plumbing and electrical wiring, and navigating the slope of your yard. In the end, even if you do get the fence up, it almost certainly won't last as long as the professionals could deliver.