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  • I found Mr. Ramiro, owner of Skyline via my landscaper.  I found Mr. Ramiro to be a very nice, well organized person.  He is very hands on and was present and working at my job site for the entire installation.  He also worked up the quote and I corresponded directly with him concerning the price.  I have no idea how competitive his price was because I liked him so  much I didn't get another quote.  In this day and age of big businesses where the customer is just a dollar sign, it's nice to know that there are still people who own businesses like Mr. Ramiro.  Please feel free to look at the fence that he installed for me at 1101 W. Pratt Blvd., Chicago IL.
    - Ann H.
  • Responded quickly on request for backyard fence, whereas calls to competitors in town were either not returned or, on one case, sent a representative that seemed to know less about fence construction that we did. These folks, even during the busy fence building time of year, managed to fit in our rush request in a very timely manner. Professionally quoted, with no question about what exactly they would do. Arrived with a crew of 6 young men who seemed to have "old fashioned" work ethics not seen enough these days. (Thought maybe they were transplants from some nearby amish community the way they stuck to the task). A high tech track powered post hole digger left no tracks on our lawn. Cedar posts cemented in the ground with 4" x 4" "hog wire" connecting them will insure that our 7 yr. old german shepherd enjoys a happy playground. Neighbors even commented on how lovely the fence looked. Owner Bill Conover was on site all during construction and insured that everything was just as we expected. Even stopped by a few days after construction to insure that everything was to our satisfaction. Don't think you can go wrong with this family run operation.
    - mike t.
  • Brooks, Alta and team are awesome.

    We tried to get a fence built last fall, but we ran out of time prior to the snow flying. I was in contact with Brooks once the spring hit and he was very communicative about a start date. We had a deadline in mind for an event at our house, and it was met!

    The team was great - professional and courteous and above all, wanted to make sure we got what we wanted.

    I would hire Beartooth Fence again for any fencing needs.



    - Katie W.
  • Pros:
    --Brook was quick to respond to my request for an estimate.
    --He seemed knowledgeable (e.g. he immediately knew how to build an 8ft gate which spanned a significant slope).
    --He worked with us on things we wanted done differently.
    --The guys on his crew who did most of the work were very polite and did their best to build a solid and attractive fence.
    Cons:
    --Be sure to get all the details in writing up front. Verbal and vague written agreements tended to change as work progressed. One example (there were others) is when Brook did the estimate, he specifically asked what kind of stain we wanted to use so he could get the estimate as close as possible. Later, when we decided to do the staining ourselves, the price was not reduced because Brook claimed he hadn't included staining in the initial estimate. Due to the fact that Brooks estimates and billings are not very detailed, I had no way of disputing this.
    --Brook got his crew started, but then pretty much left them here to do the work. He introduced one of the guys as the foreman, but I found out later that the guys doing the work (including the and quot;foremanand quot;) had only been building fences for one month and their experience consisted of building one type of fence for a new construction project. They had never built a shadow box fence like ours, nor had they built a fence at a house with existing landscape.
    --Brook typically uses nails. We had to pay extra in labor for screws.
    --Brook's normal method for setting the posts in concrete is to place the post directly on the ground in the hole then fill the hole about halfway with concrete. He claims this is because most people want to fill the remaining hole with dirt and plant grass right up around the post. We provided rock which the crew put in the bottom of each post hole at no additional cost. Also, when we saw how the concrete had been done, Brook put more concrete in each hole, but he brought it barely to ground level (in a few places it was still below ground level), it didn't slope away from the posts, and it certainly wasn't aesthetically pleasing.
    --Once the fence is built, the norm for Beartooth is to use a handheld circular saw turned on its side to trim the posts to the appropriate height. This causes the tops of the posts to be a bit uneven. Additionally, I now have a lovely slice in the siding on my house where the fence connects.
    --There was no walk-through at the end. I only knew the guys considered the job done because I saw them packing everything up and I went out and asked if they were finished. They said they were and they left. Afterward, my husband and I went out to look at the fence and discovered that they had trimmed the bottom of the pickets on the east side but not the west. This was the Thursday before the Memorial Day weekend. I called and left Brook a voicemail asking when someone would be coming back to finish. When I didn't hear back from him by midday Friday, I sent him an email. He called Tuesday morning and came out himself and finished trimming the boards. After he was done, he claimed the guys weren't suppose to have trimmed the boards at all so we had gotten ours trimmed from free. Since this very issue had been the topic of discussion on the second day of work, I didn't find this statement to be credible. However, if it is true that trimming the bottom of the boards isn't a normal part of the job, be aware that this will leave most of the pickets buried in the dirt.
    All said and done, we have a sturdy fence, but certainly not a quality fence. If you are looking for craftsmanship or simply quality workmanship, you will want to look elsewhere. The guys actually doing the work did their very best, but they lacked experience and direction. Additionally, the methods they had been taught were not those that would produce a high quality fence.


    - Lori H.
  • He was bellicose and argumentative at each step, did not finish on time or within budget.  I told him I needed the fence finished by July 1...that ended up being his start date.  He refused to give an estimate of total cost, and left the job unfinished.  At each step, his excuse was either that what I wanted was a stupid idea or that he had been told by my caretaker what to do and did exactly that.  My caretaker told him nothing of the sort.  He left his huge equipment parked in my front yard for weeks at a time, all the time that nothing was progressing on the fence.  He was a total disaster, and I would suggest renaming his company "Full of B.S. Inc"
    - Mary R.
  • They were great, they were on time and they finished on time. They built a great quality fence for us. Price wise they were very competitive.
    - Anna H.
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