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Temple Fence Installers Reviews

"The fence they installed was great. They matched the two other fences this one was joining. The painting was a struggle due to communication. They did have some areas that needed to be corrected and when I let them know I was ready for that they came in and corrected them.
"Overall I give
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a B+ rating.
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is the primary go-to. I am pleased with the overall work and would recommend them again to anyone, but advise customers to be sure to hammer out details if you are a detailed oriented person and/or if you already know or have put up your own fence prior, HAMMER OUT THE DETAILS. Twice I had to remind
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I had 116' of fence, not 150' and which house/address I really was (there was another job right down my same street and he confused me with them).
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is very prompt about returning calls and we had to work around my out of town travel and his busy schedule but eventually got it done.
$1100 for labor and screws/nails. I paid approx $400 for pickets, rails, cement (
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kindly picked up for me) instead of using cedar pickets which is what
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uses and recommends.
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was the only one who came (promptly) when I called and left a message I was looking for bids. I called five businesses all from Angie's List. One other company wanted $1900.
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is very friendly and knowledgeable. He was also very willing to work with me on using treated pine instead of red cedar, which I could not afford. I bought treated pine pickets (250!) and rails and he used my 8', 4x4 posts I had been saving (16 of them).
What prevents me from giving an 'A' rating is
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changed the verbal terms of our contract the day of the install. Twice I had verbally confirmed I wanted very specific construction on screws from the rails into the posts for additional security. Although I acknowledge this is his business and he has installed many fences, I knew what I wanted. Day of, his crew was using nails to attach the rails to the posts. I stopped them immediately and the lead crew member stated he was unaware of instructions to use nails to attach the rails to the posts. Screws were fine for attaching pickets to the rails. I immediately called
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to remind him of what we had twice discussed and long story short... I really had no choice but to go with what had already been done with nails attaching rails to posts. The crew was 2/3 done and to remove the rails and hammer out the nails would very possibly have ruined the wood with splits, etc. I felt I did not have a lot of choice at that point and when I called
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he assured me that everything would be fine. I was a little upset because we had agreed and not much I could do. However, I was also concerned because I knew for a fact he was confusing my address with another house right down the road they were also working.
Day one, his crew was prompt, got down to business, friendly, answered my questions, and cleaned up pretty well when all was done. I provided cold drinks and some snacks both days. However, my experience on day two was I had to watch their work and correct them to remove three warped rails. I have to say I was REALLLY surprised they thought putting up warped rails was acceptable when there were rails available in my lumber supply that were perfectly straight. Unfortunately, I did NOT take a picture of this work to show what I am talking about. The crew lead was more than happy to make the swap, but if I had not said anything they would have installed pickets on a warped rail right at the start. ***So I would just caution that you might need to be on hand to inspect the work from time to time as it goes up.*** That is my own experience. His lead crew guy was receptive to my comments and what I wanted as long as I was firm. He was patient in explaining what he was doing when I questioned the work.
Two day job. His crew removed my old 116' foot fence the first day and put the fence parts where I asked them too for ease of my recycling. There was no additional charge for them tearing down my fence. I recycled a lot of it and sold some old cedar pickets on craigslist and gave some away as well. Day two they installed the new fence.
I asked
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to send me a copy of their warranty/guarantee just to be sure I did and he promptly replied (all by email) after the job was finished.
So yes, ***overall I would recommend
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***, but just caution customers that you thoroughly understand the process and what is involved.
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is a good salesman suffice it to say. Overall I am satisfied with the job, but it was a little more stressful than I had anticipated. This may be because I have previously installed fence and know a little about what is involved and what I like.

"Stopped by our house and provided a detailed and fair estimate 2 days after I first called. We scheduled the job a week later. The quality of work was exceptional and the job was done fairly quick.

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A-1 Fence & Welding

6311 S Fort Hood St
Killeen, TX

A-1 Sam's Trailers & Welding

717 . N Blair st

A-Plus Handyman

1305 Taylor St
Lampasas, TX


Waco, tx

Advanced Landscapes

2008 Wilderness Ct
Nolanville, TX

Advantage Fencing

8123 Glenhollow Dr
Houston, TX


113 e. 9TH Ave.
Belton, tx

Albro and Sons

915 W Avenue I
Temple, TX

AmCenCo Inc, Construction & Roofing

PO Box 2262
Pottsboro, TX


Temple, TX

Bennett Woodworking

534 Quail Hollow Lane
Woodway, TX

Cahaba Scapes

2130 11th avenue north
Birmingham, AL

Carrillo Roofing and Home Repair

P.O. Box 718
Copperas Cove, TX

Cen-Tex Fence

700 S 53rd St
Temple, TX

Chimney Pro

1902 Bundrant Dr
Killeen, TX


14510 China Spring Rd
China Spring, TX

Darin Jones

30156 W Flower St
Buckeye, AZ