Fix-A-Fence LLC

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9 reviews
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  • Home O.

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    Not only did this company hire a subcontractor, they hired a subcontractor that did the following (instead of just fixing the fence, as hired): They broke the fence, in order to gain access to the other side, rather than walk around to the alley way street. They broke multiple parts of the fence, while "repairing" it that were left broken, with nails not hammered and bottoms of the slats left exposed (not underground). They left concrete everywhere when it was supposed to be underground. They uprooted THREE conifers and left them exposed in winter weather (ultimately, killing one). If you decide to hire this company, make absolute sure they are the the ones doing the work and hold them to their results afterward. SO unprofessional and a waste of money and time.

    Mar 23, 2015
  • Jamie R.

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    Excellent customer service and product. John installed 150 ft. of perfect fence for our yard, and was on-budget and on-time for everything. I would definitely recommend Fix-A-Fence and I'll be calling them again for other projects.

    Mar 5, 2015Verified

About this pro

Most of my competition doesn't or won't deal with the smaller sized jobs. I like helping the customer save some money and putting food on my table at the same time. It is outdoor work and I don't have to look at the same four walls everyday as per say working in an warehouse. Every job is different even though the work is the same.

Years in business

9

Times hired on Thumbtack

5

License

Verified
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12 photos and 5 videos

    Q & A

    • What types of customers have you worked with?
      Removing and replacing rotten wood fence posts in an existing fence line. Removing and replacing damaged chain link fence. Installing new fences.
    • Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
      A 6' high wood fence that has been stepped down the property line every 8' with two custom built wood Z frame gate systems with a pergola above one of the gate systems.
    Coverage Area for Fix-A-Fence LLC is about 20+ miles of Portland, OR.