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Our Process of Building a Better Fence
WHY YOU SHOULD CHOOSE B & C FENCE?
What sets B & C Fence, Inc. apart from other fence contractors is that we believe in doing it right and doing it with quality the first time. We use only the highest quality materials: schedule 40 poles, metal frame gates, and Western Red cedar pickets. Most new construction includes concrete footing and cedar cap, and we offer various options for those interested in a unique look that compliments the home, such as brick or stone columns, board on board, horizontal pickets, wrought iron gates and accents, pergolas, and so much more. Click to see our portfolio!
Click on each Step below to read about our process!
We have been so fortunate!
Here are just some of the builders we work with: Dan Wilson, Clearview Homes, Robert Wood, Trey Strong, Jordan Wheatley, Shane Salyer, and many more.
Since 1998 they have added a strong crew of employees with years of experience – many of them Tech students and graduates – and take pride in the level of expertise and work ethic of their employees. However, as owners and operators, Brian and Chad are still very hands-on, working with crews and supervising all jobs on site.
Call DigTESS (Texas Excavation Safety System), a company that locates and marks underground lines such as electric, gas, phone, etc.
Tear out and haul off existing fence. Locate property pins to make sure we are within an owner’s property. Then, we pull a string to mark out where we are going to set the new posts.
Dig holes with auger, 3 feet deep and set schedule 40 posts in concrete to height for either a 6-ft or a 7-ft fence. *Optional: Add concrete ribbon/footing (typically 4 in. x 12 in.) under the fence. This will usually add 1 day to the construction of the fence.
Run (3) 2x4x8 cedar rails, lagged in with galvanized lag screws. Then run pickets using ring-shanked nails and cut in any gates that are requested. We highly recommend adding metal-frame gates (welded together using 2 in. x 2 in. galvanized square tubing). The gate hinges off the schedule 40 post, preventing the gate from sagging. The pickets are then attached to the gate using self-tapping screws.
Add aluminum dome caps to posts (to keep out water and debris) and put a B&C Fence sign on it!