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Fencing @ Williams ResComInd Development


Your home is your haven, and you deserve the best for your home. Whether you want to designate the boundaries of your property, you need extra privacy, your dog keeps jumping the fence, or you have an empty property to secure, our experts at RESCOMIND have got you covered! We are dedicated to building fences that last, look great, and make us both proud!

Because Our Clients Come First, RESCOMIND has developed a list of FAQ’S to make your Fencing Experience more Enjoyable.


1. What types of fences do you have available? What types of fences do you build?

We offer a wide range of fencing options including wood, vinyl, aluminum, chain-link, and composite. Our team of experts can design, build, and install custom fences based on your specific needs and preferences.

2. What is the cost difference and which fencing is best for my location?

The cost of a fence varies depending on the type of material, size of the area, and complexity of the design. Our team will work with you to determine the best fencing option for your location based on your needs and budget. Composite vs Wood vs Vinyl Fence:

3. What’s the Difference?

Composite fences are made of a combination of wood fibers and plastic, while vinyl fences are made of PVC plastic. Wood fences are made of natural wood. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages, and our team can help you choose the best option based on your needs and preferences.

4. How do I choose the right fence for my needs?

Our team can help you choose the right fence for your needs based on several factors such as your desired level of privacy, style preference, maintenance requirements, and budget. Who handles the permitting process?

5. Do you handle permits?

We typically handle the permitting process and will obtain the necessary permits on your behalf. However, permit requirements can vary by location, and we will work with you to ensure all necessary permits are obtained.

6. Am I responsible for contacting utility companies?

Yes, it is typically the homeowner's responsibility to contact the utility companies to have any underground utilities marked before the installation of a fence.

7. Is there a warranty on your fencing products?

Yes, we offer a warranty on our fencing products. The length and coverage of the warranty may vary depending on the type of fencing and manufacturer.

8. What is included in the quote?

Our quotes typically include the cost of materials, labor, and any necessary permits. We will provide a detailed breakdown of all costs involved in the project.

9. How long will the installation take?

The installation time can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, but our team will provide you with a timeline for completion before the start of the project.

10. Do you offer financing?

Yes, we offer financing options to help you pay for your fence over time. Our team can discuss financing options with you during the consultation.

11. Can you find my property pins?

Yes, our team can locate your property pins to ensure that your fence is installed on your property.

12. Is a property survey required?

A property survey may be required in some cases to determine the exact property boundaries before the installation of a fence.

13. Is a permit required, if so, who’s responsibility is that?

Permit requirements can vary by location, and it is typically the responsibility of the contractor to obtain the necessary permits for the installation of a fence.

14. Is it true that the better side of the fence has to face my neighbor’s property?

This can depend on local laws and regulations, but generally, the nicer side of the fence faces the neighbor's property.

15. How far away from my neighbor’s property can I put my fence?

This can depend on local laws and regulations, but typically, the fence should be installed a few inches to a few feet away from the property line.

16. With a wooden fence, treated or untreated, how soon can it be painted?

With a treated wooden fence, it is recommended to wait at least 4-6 weeks before painting. With an untreated

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