This area was created to provide answers to the most frequent questions that we receive from our loyal customers. If you don’t find the answer to your question, call us at (407) 614-6158 or email your questions to and one of our staff members will contact you within 24 hours. Check out the examples below.

How soon can you install my fence?

Installation time-frames depend on the type of fence being installed as well as the time of season purchased.

Some projects require permits and HOA approval. We handle all paperwork necessary, depending on how soon we get approvals needed, the average turn around time is usually about 4-6 weeks. Projects not requiring permits and/or HOA approval can be started as soon as 2-4 weeks from contract signing.

Special ordered projects can take up to 6-7 weeks to be started. We will always be transparent about expected start dates.

How long will my fence installation take?

Most fence installations will be completed within 1-2 working days assuming weather isn’t a factor. Final payment is due the day of completion.

My fence is being installed today, do I need to be home?

No, being home is not a requirement for our installation team to get started.

Do you use concrete on your posts?

Yes, every post uses 60 lbs of concrete. Which requires us to dig out dirt to pour in concrete and insert post.

Can I purchase materials from you without being licensed and install my own fence?

Yes we would be glad to provide you the materials necessary for your DIY project.

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, personal checks, business checks, Zelle and all major credit cards. We charge a 3% fee on all credit card payments.

We also offer financing with 2 different companies.

How can I clean my vinyl fence?

The following cleaners and a soft brush can be used:

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner
Mr. Clean Multi-Purpose Cleaner
Lysol Multi-Surface All-Purpose Cleaner
Windex Multi-Surface Cleaner
Vinegar and Water

Do not use cleaners containing aggressive organic solvents because they could affect the surface appearance of the vinyl. Examples of such cleaners are: chlorine bleach, liquid grease remover, strong soaps, and detergents containing organic solvents, nail polish remover, and furniture polish/cleaners.

For heavy dirt build-up, you may wish to use a pressure washer. When planning to pressure wash your fence, take caution to either secure or remove post and picket caps and/or accessories that may detach under water pressure and be damaged.