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    RH
    Thomasville, NC·

    Painting, Drywall

    "Mr. Jose Cruz is a gentleman, a great listener, and a willing collaborator with homeowners! He was, with his helper, Santos, so excellent in the first job that we hired them again for a much different and MORE COMPLEX project that they were capable of doing but not seeking! Their care, attention, and competence in doing the 2nd job is the backbone of this recommendation. The 1st job was to repair, partially remove, and predict the future needs of our 250-foot, wooden privacy fence. Nicely done already, with options for which we'll hire in the future. The 2nd job was to install our new bathroom vanity; install the new countertop with pre-installed sinks; demolish the 50-year-old built-ins; remove old sinks/plumbing; position the 3 new cabinets vs. an alcove and mismatched flooring; save the mirror above; and save whatever wall tile could be. Jose and Santos did a mathematical process of installing near-fitting pieces patiently and correctly, and I was confident in them at every step. Consider the complexity: a strange-sized alcove (70.25") and 3 separate cabinet- and drawer-bases (69.0") for a large countertop (68.5") with 2 pre-installed sink basins. Everything had to be calculated perfectly, step by step. All cabinets had to be level for the countertop. We had subfloor under the old bases and tile under the middle of the old vanity and in the rest of the room. The demo revealed surprises in the wall, the old plumbing, and especially the floor, making our early installation plans impractical and our project timeline impossible. Jose couldn't have expected these when quoting or starting the job. They immediately distinguished themselves in the demolition. They worked hard removing short, old, built-in cabinets that were truly built to last. The old tile back- and sidesplashes were critical to save for a fully tiled room with a partially demolished bathtub wall--and they saved 80% of that tile, including precious bullnose tiles! Their care in saving the 5-foot-wide mirror saved us at least $300 in replacement costs. This savings covered some of the totally appropriate, extra costs for Jose's extra work in the unexpectedly difficult demolition. Thursday (Day 1), during demo and rough-placement of the cabinets, Jose always welcomed my input and made sure I was content with the work. Jose and Santos listened to my own careful calculations in acquiring pieces from different vendors and envisioning the space after demolition. I sat right outside the workspace and received rescued tiles, handed straight to me for protection. Jose addressed flooring problems with shims and boards, overcoming nearly all problems. Working with me took extra time. Jose cheerfully provided many solutions, and yet we eventually decided that we needed an extra day *before* they returned to think about the problems with the non-square spacing between the walls and the countertops, the sidesplashes, the wall's base molding, the cabinets' uniform kickplate, and the floor. Proving his flexible attitude and gentlemanlike behavior, Jose rearranged his schedule to give us that needed extra day and evening before returning. Jose's willingness to come back for installation on a Saturday gave us several benefits: We had a Thursday evening for routines; a Friday night to re-measure after demolition and reconsider wall/molding/trim options; and a Friday when our plumber came to handle unexpected pipe problems from demolition, preventing a bigger plumbing job that would have risked the new cabinets later. On Saturday, my husband worked with Jose and Santos on our updated plans/details. The 3 men worked wonderfully together, repairing walls/flooring, installing trim, and solving problems. Jose did for us what few contractors will: collaborate and even share workspace with handy homeowners on a complex project. Jose and Santos did competent, complete carpentry & teamwork on our..."

    Sandra B. in March 2022

    BF
    High Point, NC·

    Fence Repairs, Welding Fabrication, Chain link Fences , and 1 more

    "Joe installed wrought iron hand railing to my front porch. He was easy to work with and did a great job! Easy to work with and completed the project in a short time. I am very pleased with the final results and would recommend to friends."

    Mary Lou M. in February 2024

    JS

    In business since 2021

    Winston Salem, NC·

    plumbing, hvac

    About us: "With years of experience serving the area, we are your solution for all your needs. We take great pride in our extreme professionalism, timeliness and superior customer service on every job. We make sure to develop a lasting relationship so that the next time service is needed there will be no question on who to call. Check out our 5 star reviews from happy customers! Call us today so we can discuss your needs and make a plan that fits your budget. Satisfaction guaranteed!"

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How much do chain link fence repair contractors typically cost?

  • Winston Salem, North Carolina Average
    $540
  • Typical Range
    $475 - $605
  • Low End - High End
    $450 - $700

Frequently asked questions

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  • Durability: Consider strength, lifespan, resistance to pests, rot and fungus, rust, and the material’s ability to withstand local weather conditions.
  • Maintenance: Maintenance, cleaning and repairs should be simple and minimal.
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  • Installation: Find out what installation requirements, such as foundations or supports, are necessary. Research if DIY is possible or if professional installation is your only option.

  • Wood fence styles range from traditional to contemporary and from purely functional to attractive and decorative.
  • Lattice fences are affordable and decorative. You can use them as privacy fences by growing dense foliage over them.
  • Vertical board fences are the most common type of residential fence. There are budget-friendly options available as well as higher-end panels. Vertical board fences are affordable choices for basic privacy and security fences.
  • Picket fences conjure up cozy images of traditional properties with carefully tended lawns. They’re good for demarcating a property boundary but don’t provide much security.
  • Post-and-rail fences are a solid choice for making a boundary over a large area, as material use is minimal. However, they don’t provide any security or privacy.
  • Metal fences are generally stronger and more secure than other materials. You can choose from highly ornate and secure metalwork or simple but functional wire. For the higher-end options, which are often costly, homeowners often reduce costs per square foot by combining the metal with brick.
  • Aluminum fencing is an attractive, more affordable alternative to wrought iron. Although it has a similar appearance, it’s not as strong as wrought iron.
  • Steel fencing is a strong, long-lasting fencing option that’s good for creating a secure barrier around your home.
  • Vinyl fencing made from PVC comes in a range of styles, including those that mimic real wood.
  • Composite fencing is an amalgamation of wood fibers, pulp or sawdust and ground plastic particles that are bonded and held together by an acrylic resin. It looks and feels like real wood and is an environmentally friendly choice, as it usually contains a high percentage of recycled materials.
  • Wire fences are not made to enhance the aesthetics of your property, although some homeowners opt for black fencing to help boost aesthetics. They are inexpensive, purely functional products suitable for DIY or professional installation.
  • Barbed wire fencing isn’t common in residential settings. While it’s an inexpensive, fierce and intimidating security deterrent, it isn’t attractive and will not add value to your home.

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