The Fence Experts

$150 Off For Houzz Users
For jobs of $2,000 or more

Services Provided
Fence & Gate installation and planning; Fence repairs; Fence Manufacturer; Gate operator systems

Areas Served
Eastern PA, DE, MD,

Business Description
The Fence Experts has built a solid reputation on exceeding customer expectations with uncompromising quality and friendly, in-house service from start to finish. Our estimators have all been project foremen, which gives them an edge in helping our customers select the fence/gate to fit their needs. Our current foremen and crews consistently perform with great fence and gate installations, and are trained to focus on the needs of the end user. Our ultimate goal is our motto: Be extraordinary! We work this out by empowering our team towards personal growth and increased value. This causes us to focus on regular inspirational business meetings, feedback, and character building programs. To prepare and positively impact our members for LIFE is what we are about. This of course spills over into how we do business, how our team interacts with customers, how we install fences, and ultimately determines your experience with us.

Certification and Awards
Best of Houzz 2014 Winner- Service Award
Super Service Award, Angie's List
Award Winning Montgomery County Fencing & Gates
Contact:
Jason Hurst 
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Address
3312 Limestone Rd,
Cochranville, Pennsylvania,
United States, 19330 
Fax:
(610) 593-6023 
License #:
PA048273 
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Lindsey
Great idea about the trees! I think that will help cover the stone, which i think is a funny color next to the siding...
March 31, 2014 at 1:11pm     
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A stained fence often improves curb appeal. A semi-transparent or even a semi-solid stain can go a long way. It looks like you could add some color as well by way of flowers/shrubs.
April 2, 2014 at 8:24am   
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I don't know if this would fit your plans, but a solid board fence coming off the corner a few feet, and down that side could hide it. You could then use that space to store yard items.
March 28, 2014 at 9:58am     
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cabingirl13
ispoildogs- that is funny because I live out in the country and have deer all over and they never touch my hosta's.....they do like to munch on my tulips and daylilies though...
March 30, 2014 at 1:54pm   
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ispoildogs
Hi cabingirl13, that *is* funny! I live in the suburbs so perhaps your country deer have more and better choices of food. Or perhaps the type of hosta makes a difference, since there are a couple dozen different kinds. A funny story: I pulled my front curtain back to look out early one morning before dawn and there was a deer just outside the window. He looked up so quickly and with such a startled look on his face with the hosta leaf still sticking out of the corner of his mouth. That was one time I wished I'd had my camera at the ready!
March 30, 2014 at 3:13pm     
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The bushes are definitely overgrown, so either replacing them with better shrubbery or flowers would be the first line of action. Secondly, with that large yard, it may be good to plant a few decorative trees to break it up. A corner fence is something people on corner lots often do.
March 28, 2014 at 9:52am   
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johnw1982
Thank you all for the suggestions. We are planning on clearing out the front shrubs and redoing those beds. Any suggestions on a border for the new plantings we want to make sure we break it up from the rest of the yard. I will also try to get some updated images up here soon.
March 29, 2014 at 7:49am   
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Jessica
http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/video/0,,20505938,00.html is a good video about how to edge your flower beds. His suggestion of using your garden hose to help you visualize the edge of the border is a good one. These tips will help you keep your beds separate from the yard. I am not sure if you're asking about plants you want for the border of the garden, or if you mean some kind of fence or other feature to create a border? If you're asking about plants, that will depend on your growing zone since some things grow better than others...
April 1, 2014 at 7:56am     
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Review by swjazzz:

This is a very customer friendly company. They provided reliable and good work. They built my fence in December of a bad winter very competently . When I pre...
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Jason and his staff are awesome. Gave me the best price for 6' solid vinyl privacy fencing, with additional steel top rail for extra support, installed in a tim...
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All the interactions I had with this company were stellar. From the estimate thru the install. They were very conscientious and produced high quality results. T...
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