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Fence Company reviews in Ormond Beach

  • A
    Aquatic Daze Remodeling
    Fantastic! Bill Compton keep in constant touch by phone with me, as I live in Massachusetts and this was for my rental property in Ormond Beach. Work was done promptly, professionally and the fence and gate are now better than they were before. The tenant is absolutely thrilled!
    - TRICIA W.
  • F
    Fence Outlet (Online)
    All other fencing contractors responded within 24 hours except Fence Outlet (Online). All fencing contractors we contacted are busy post Hurricane Irma. But other fencing contractors have inspected and submitted their bids. We contacted Fence Outlet (Online) October 11, 2017 to inform that no one had contacted us and that we assumed they were too busy to accept our business. Two hours later the sales representative from Fence Outlet (Online) responded.
    - Steve H.
  • A
    Dave's Fence
    From quote, to scheduling, to install and follow up ... this was a most professional experience. My gate needed adjustment and as advertised the arrived 8 months after the install to make gate adjustments......one call follow up is outstanding
    - R Max S.
  • C
    Dave's Fence
    The primary issue I had with Dave's Fence was the communication and uncertainty as to whether or not the fence has been sealed with linseed oil after it's installation. After the fence was installed , I asked if it was linseed oiled. The head installer Elvis said only the posts were oiled and that they do not seal the fence boards. Thinking that the only difference was that the posts were partially in the ground, I asked if the linseed was applied on the parts below ground. He said no because only the top part was exposed to the weather. This didn't make sense since the rest of the fence was above ground and should be sealed. But unfortunately, I let it go with that explanation. Overall, the fence looked good -- straight and even although they just had to follow the lines of the old fence. The gate opened and latched smoothly but there was no handle to close the gate. I had to get a grip a part of the frame to pull it closed. Not acceptable for my 83 year old mother with arthritis. But was good that Elvis said a handle could be added at a later time. I noticed all the tags on the fence boards were still on. I asked Elvis to help me pull them off. No big deal. A couple of days before the gate handle was to be installed, I happened to notice six boards were not nailed down at the bottom. Again, no big deal. When a guy came to put on the handle, my mother asked about sealing. He said it should have been done. So Keith from Dave's Fence came out to inspect it and informed me it was done because he sprayed water on it and it beaded. I told him it wasn't done because Elvis said only the posts were done and the fencing was completely dry. Of course, he contacted Elvis and he said it was done. It became a he-said-I-said situation. Keith explained the oil gets absorbed right away and the posts are only damp because they are pressure treated and aren't stored covered. He said Elvis' English may not have been good but it was more than adequate because I never had to repeat myself and he had full explanations of saying why the fence was not oiled and about adding the gate handle. Whether or not the fence repels water at the moment is not the point. The point is the linseed oiling wasn't done because Elvis said it wasn't done. Keith explained how the oil gets absorbed immediately and that he makes sure his guys always spray and that he sees no reason why they would skip it. Maybe to save time and to avoid work. I didn't see any evidence of any spraying -- cans, sprayer, etc. I did check up on their progress from time to time as well. Keith asked if I was watching them the entire time from the time they arrived to the time they finished. Of course not. It's unpleasant on both sides to watch over the shoulders of workers for 5+ hours straight. It still seems like they are a good company and are polite folks overall, but it's these little things that add up that makes and cause dissatisfaction. It starts to whittle away at my confidence with this company. I chose Dave's Fence because of the positive reviews on Angie's List so I was willing to pay the extra amount not to bother with petty loose ends. Here are other tidbits you may want to know beforehand: -- Keith said the tags tacked on the boards are left for future identification in case they need replacing. A good point but do I need all of the tags left on? It looks like pieces of litter along the bottom of the fence. -- The gate fixtures package (hinges, latches, etc.) does not come with a gate handle. But that is no reason to not include one. Ask for one. -- Keith mentioned they get their wood fencing from Lowe's. Good to know for comparison shopping. -- No concrete is used to secure the posts into the ground. Elvis said it will hold up better without concrete (because of the depth??). Don't know if this is common practice or not. My old fence posts used concrete and held up 25+ years, even after the hurricane. The neighbor used concrete on their fence. -- The concrete on the old posts are only removed if they remain attached to the post. Otherwise, the old concrete stays. No big deal for me but may be for you. -- When requesting the 5% Angie's List discount (cost was over $3,000), I was first offered $50 taken off until I informed the estimator that it wasn't 5% and should be ~$150. An easy mental error but be sure to calculate the correct discount amount.
    - David L.
  • D
    Dave's Fence
    While there are a number of good reviews for this company, unfortunately my experience matched the really bad ones. Despite scheduling the work at their convenience, they managed to turn a 6-7 hour job into a 3 week ordeal with three different crews. The usual: crews late or no-show, office clueless and unresponsive, mediocre work. The only reasons this grade is not worse are: 1) the sales guy Michael - he was the only one I could contact for help, and 2) eventually the job was finished - like pulling teeth but the fence is upright, the correct amount of posts are in. However it is mediocre at best - I had to go buy a picket that they missed, nail in a few more, tapcon a 2x4 to attach a corner post to the fence, the gate hardware looks like it was installed by a 10 year old. Really disappointing. Can't recommend Dave's Fence. I'll use a handyman next time...
    - steve a.
  • C
    Dave's Fence
    They appeared disorganized at first. They were not prepared with gas/oil for a chain saw that was needed and I let them have what I had. I consistently asked for the fence to be level across the top and when the project was "done", I had to have them correct several obvious places that were running up and down. During the afternoon, I looked out at one point and one of the workers was napping on the trailer. Then he put on his sandals, as if he was done for the day around 3:30. The crew did not leave until 5:30 and were not happy with me because I kept finding places where they did not attach the fence to the posts. I just don't think they wanted to work that day.....hmmmmmmm.
    - Beth P.
  • F
    Better Fence Company
    I left a message at their office Sep 21 and received a call from Janice on Sep 22. She said she would check to see when "he" could come out and if he could make it the next day. Today is Oct 3 and I've heard nothing. If this is what you get from a business in just trying to contract for their product, what would it be like in the middle of the job or if you have a problem later?
    - D H.
  • A
    KNJ Homes #CGC 1515507
    The General Contractor john Boden worked within my budget, and performed the work within the time constraints my husband and I had.
    I was very pleased. And look forward to working with Knj homes again.
    - lewis R.
  • A
    Better Fence Company
    When they quote a "heavy duty" board-on-board fence, they mean it.  It is absolutely beautiful and a high quality job.  The black chain link section and gate between the garage and house was equally well done.  I will use these folks again. Thanks to the crew Chris and Janice. Great job!
    - James D.
  • A
    Dave's Fence
    Damion and his crew did a fast and great job installing our new white vinyl fence. A little pricey, but worth every penny. Dave's Fence provided a superior product and customer service. Also, Mike, our sales representative, kept us informed and up to date on the job and permitting.
    - Jonathon Y.
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