Twin City Fence & Construction
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Jim B.Mar 14, 2018Verified
Mr. Williams/Twin Fencing, “I thank you and your group for being excellent, responsive, punctual, having and explaining the different types of fence and gates.” Thank you again, we love our new fence and gate. It makes our home look so beautiful. Not to brag to much but our puppies do too!👍👍👍👍👍 The WilkinsDec 2, 2017Verified
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Although we can often quote by phone, I prefer doing it on site and in person. Once we look at a job and quite it we don't change the price, often when we don't get to see it we discover many obstacles that interfere with the job.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Do not rely on price alone. A fence can be build cheap or it can be built right. Often you can't have both. Cheap materials are disastrous and you won't know until it's too late. A typical 6' fence could be as cheap as $8ft in materials but it won't last 5-7yrs. Materials are equally as important as the person building the fence. A good carpenter can make cheap materials look great but within 2yrs the fence begins to fail and its too late to do anything about it. Quality materials cost much more and make an estimate look considerably higher but don't be fooled. Integrity is a lost virtue in many cases. Somebody spending $8ft and charging $15 may look very attractive vs someone spending $14 and charging $20.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Is your contractor insured? What grade materials does your contractor use? What nails or screws are being used? What warranty does your contractor offer? What references can they provide?