If you’re ready to replace your old fence but feel overwhelmed with permits and where wires are located, don’t be. Hire the experts at XL Fencing Inc. to handle all that. At XL Fencing Inc., we specialize in fence installation in West Palm Beach, FL, and the surrounding areas by taking all the necessary steps to plan out your fencing project. We’re regarded as the top-choice fencing company in South Florida because our goal is this: to provide high-quality products paired with reliable service that’s unequal to any other company. We pride ourselves in being the most cost-conscious of our client’s pockets. Leave the worry and stress of your fence installation project in West Palm Beach to the experts at XL Fencing.
We here at XL Fencing recognize all the hassles and risks that accompany with fence construction. There are a number of potential issues that could pop up during your West Palm Beach fence installation project. And before your fencing project can begin, there are different aspects that need to be covered. For starters, permits, fence lines must be acquired and laid out before installation. All these factors can conflict with fence installation which is why XL Fencing’s West Palm Beach fence installation is carried out in 4 phases, ensuring that operations run smoothly.
Some questions you need to ask yourself are:
– Most cities and counties require special building permits for fence installation. There are a couple of variables that could come into play when it comes to permitting your fence installation project in West Palm Beach. And permits will have to go through the city or county approval process which can take a while depending on the complexity of the location. But in any case, you can trust XL Fencing Inc. to go above and beyond in finding out exactly what type of permits are required to initiate your fence installation project in West Palm Beach.
– Before installation can commence, it’s important that you mark off any and all your irrigation, gas, or cable lines that could be affected. These are usually difficult to locate but don’t hassle yourself trying to look for them. Let our expert fencing pros take all the guesswork out of it and we can properly calculate where these are located before construction begins.
– Residing in an HOA neighborhood you are held and bound by the approval from your HOA board. There’s a good chance your HOA has specific guidelines spelled out in their bylaws that outline the type, size, and placement of a fence that is allowed and those that are prohibited. Determining your property line is also essential when constructing or replacing a fence. There’s no need to hassle yourself with all this, leave the investigating work to us as we will contact your HOA and find out the requirements that pertain to fence installation in your West Palm Beach HOA neighborhood.
Once the permit process is compiled, along with approval from your HOA, and all your wires and pipelines are mapped out, Phase 2 can commence. When digging portholes, it’s important for them to be measured and dug out accordingly. For instance, Palm Beach County code requires a post every 8 feet of fencing. To add strength and longevity you can choose to add a post every 4 feet. This choice is entirely up to you. Next, concrete must be mixed and added to the postholes for strength and durability.
Depending on the type of fence you choose, you have various options for a gate. These are usually mounted on slightly larger posts compared to those used to construct your fence. This prevents the gate from dragging and sagging into or against the ground. Most gates are pre-constructed to a general size opening but can be customized to any size.
XL Fencing has served the South Florida area for many years and are often regarded as the best choice for fence installation. Through years of excellent service, XL Fencing has provided countless customers with the absolute best fences on the market. And we’re confident that when you hire us, you’ll be added to our growing list of satisfied clients. For any inquiries, you may call us at 954-482-0531 or you may visit our contact page.