Enter your zip below for fence builders near you.
Fill in the form below to receive quotes from up to 4 fence building contractors.
There is NO OBLIGATION to hire any of the fence contractors who submit a quote.
You are under no obligation to hire a fence contractor in your zip code or any suggested fencing company. It's solely at your convenience.
Our vetted professional fence builders mean you are presented with qualified professionals.
Before you hire anyone or enter into a contract, you can discuss your fencing project at length to ensure they can build the right fence for you within your budget.
This fence building contractor network is huge and covers most of the USA. Just insert your zip code and we'll provide you qualified professionals (up to 4) to choose from.
You are welcome to arrange for any fence contractor who submits a quote for them to come out to your property to take a closer look in order to provide a cost quote.
We can't guarantee any of our fence builders can get to your job right away, but you can ask any who submit a quote if they can handle your job quickly.
Our “Find a fence contractor by zip code” service is super simple. First, it’s only for people in the USA. Second, if you live in the USA, all you do is fill in the form above. Once that is done, you will receive quotes for the work from up to 4 qualified fence builders in your area.
Please note that while the system has fencing companies in most areas of the USA, some areas are not covered. If this is the case for you, we apologize in advance.
NO OBLIGATION: Just by filling in the form you are under NO OBLIGATION to hire any of the fence contractors who give you a quote. It’s entirely up to you whether you decide to respond, inquire further or hire them.
Our network of carefully vetted fence building pros includes many who build fences on residential properties (i.e. front and backyard fences).
If you own a commercial premises, our network includes fence pros who can build all kinds of commercial property fences.
When working with a larger fence contractor, you can expect them to come in two teams: The estimators and the builders. The estimator will be the ones who survey your property, ask you questions about what you want, and work out a detailed contract. They also, generally, are the ones to ensure any necessary permits are completed and that key information like property lines and underground piping are researched and mapped out correctly.
The second group is the builders and these are the people who will be on your property at length to do the actual work. In the vast majority of cases, the actual building will only take a day or two. They will come out to your home, dig the fence posts, set the concrete, set the posts, and complete all necessary attachments.
Fence contractors are largely trained on the job. While you may find a few that have earned a trade school degree or have an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in a construction or management-related field, the vast majority of these professionals get to where they are through hard work and a stellar reputation.
When hiring a fence contractor, be sure to ask them about their experience and how long they’ve been in the business. The professionals who deliver the best work tend to be those who apprenticed under another contractor before going it on their own. The more work a contractor has put into the field, the more experience they have at navigating problems and ensuring they deliver the high-quality fences their customers want at rates they can appreciate.