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FAQs

Do I need to be home or present on the first day of fencing installation?

Our experts prefer the owner or person in charge of the fence installation is on site the day the installation crew arrives so they can walk over the fence scope of work just to confirm prior to starting.

Who is responsible to clear away bushes, trees, landscaping or any objects along the proposed fence line prior to fencing installation?

The homeowner is responsible to have all landscaping and objects cleared of the new fence line so that the installers have room to work and access the area, we ask for a minimum of 2 feet clearance on both sides.

Should I stain my wood fence?

Staining your fence will prolong its quality and beauty.  If you need help with long-term maintenance, an expert at XL Fencing can provide advice for long-term care and maintenance.

How long after installation can I have my fence stained?

We normally think 2-3 weeks is sufficient to let the lumber dry out.

Do I need a permit if I am just replacing my old fence?

It is always recommended to obtain all necessary documentation ie: Permit and/or HOA approvals.

Are PVC fences covered by a warranty?

All the posts, rail and pickets are covered by the direct manufacturer’s Limited Lifetime Warranty which we can provide you a link to so you can register your fence after installation.