Top Questions asked at Mr. Fence in Evansville, Indiana
This depends on the type and condition of your current fence. ActiveYards fences can often be modified and changed to add on new features or swap out old rails. Contact Mr. Fence fencing contractors and tell us the age and type of the fence you currently want to work around. We can help you to plan your fencing project right here in Evansville, Indiana.
Aluminum fencing does not require any preparation for winters in the Evansville, Indiana area. Aluminum can withstand snow and freezing temperatures much better than a wood fences or even wrought iron.
ActiveYards fences are extremely resilient thanks to their proprietary Glidelock, StayStraight, and Corigin construction technologies. These features make vinyl fences incredibly strong while StaySquare technology fortifies the gates. In regions where high winds are common and have rigorous requirements, such as Miami-Dade County, this line of vinyl fences can be modified to meet the extremely stringent codes. If you’re concerned about weather in Evansville, Indiana you can ask our technicians at Mr. Fence for help finding the most durably built vinyl fence styles.
At Mr. Fence we highly recommend Cambium vinyl fencing if you want a durable, high security fence that looks like wood. Cambium is much more durable and offers better protection than wood fences. It closely resembles redwood, saddlewood and birchwood. This is a great alternative to installing a wooden fence on your Vanderburgh County, IN property.
Your ActiveYards privacy fencing options include 6’ or 8’ wide panels and 4’ 5’ 6’ or 8’ high fences. These privacy fences limit visibility from the outside and give you an outside space that serves as an extension of your living space in Vanderburgh County, IN.
There are many different factors to consider when reviewing “cost” of a low-maintenance fence. There are “retail DIY” products, and there are professional grade products. There is a significant difference, not necessarily in quality, but in construction and design. A reminder: the cost for installation is usually the same whether a fence panel costs $30 or $200, so take your time to select the best value. (In some cases, installers need to charge more to install the cheaper fences). With the ActiveYards Series Selection, you are sure to find the balance between cost and value.
No. ActiveYards uses an integrated distribution system of exclusive Authorized Dealers who represent ActiveYards in a specific market for all aspects of service: showcasing, estimating, delivery, installation and warranty of our products. MR. FENCE is the only Authorized ActiveYards Dealer in the tri-state area.
Visit the MR. FENCE showroom on Burkhart Road in Evansville, IN, arrange for a free estimate in your home by calling 812-425-3550, or talk to one of our consultants about your project for an estimate on the spot.
Primarily in Bulls Gap, TN, and Pendergrass, GA; however, some Authorized ActiveYards Dealers will fabricate specific jobs to order from our raw materials and to our specifications.
No. ActiveYards systems are only available from Authorized Dealers. However, in some areas, ActiveYards Dealers represent the Home Depot as a service provider for their Sell, Furnish and Install fencing programs, in which case our products are available to you.
Because the greatest cost differentiators are in the basic product engineering, which can be modified without compromising the quality and performance. This way you have several choices to get the style you want and don’t have to settle for something that will rot or rust.
Absolutely, but we recommend that you consider the amount of work and skill that is required to install a fence system alone. Digging conditions vary and could make or break the experience. Some styles require very small holes, yet others need to be larger. The assembly process is not complicated and in most cases is very logical. However, this process is easier if you have a helping hand or two.
What is the warranty? Who is, and how long has the manufacturer been in business? What is their track record? Is it made in the US?
Some ActiveYards styles are made from co-extruded polyvinyl chloride (PVC); the balance are made from extruded aluminum with a powder coated finish.
Yes; however, in some cases, it is the contractor’s choice in regard to the specific conditions of the job. MR. FENCE uses a special hole and packing procedure that we have developed during our 19 years of installing fences. This procedure reduces the likelihood of frost heave caused by the freezing and thawing of the ground during seasonal changes.
Yes, with soap and water. It is recommended that you wash white fences at least every 24 months for maximum beauty.
No. All MR. FENCE and ActiveYards systems are designed to follow the grade.
Yes. All ActiveYard styles and some chain link and wood styles can support a remote gate operator, with slight modification in some cases.
Like most outdoor improvements, a fence doesn’t add value to the home; however, it will add to the curb appeal and, ultimately, the salability. On the other hand, a lower-quality, weathered or poorly installed fence may detract from the value of the home.
Most of our Pool styles will meet local codes; however, there are some exceptions. Keep in mind that nearly all the Privacy styles meet the standards as well.
Yes. However, there are additional parts and procedures. We suggest you consult with a MR. FENCE consultant for assistance by calling 812-425-3550.
Yes, all styles will curve to some extent by “aiming” the panel towards the intended direction. You will need to be the judge of how far it will stretch without compromising the look.