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Fence Company reviews in Xenia

  • A
    Potter Fence Company
    They were very polite and courteous. kept me informed of delays due to weather. They listened to my concerns and instructions for clearances to ground and at terminal posts due to me having small dogs. I can't attest to the longevity of the product, but it is installed very securely and they cement all posts not just terminal posts. 278 linear ft of 4 ft galvanized fence. one 4 ft wide walk gate and 20 ft wide double drive gate.
    - David W.
  • A
    Potter Fence Company
    Completely satisfied with the work that Darryl and his team put into our shadowbox fence. Very flexible and professional. We discussed in details what we can do that fits our needs and follows our HOA regulations. Most importantly, the work was exceptional! So exceptional that my neighbors and landscapers have mentioned the excellent quality fence Potter Fence Company built for us. My neighbor even said if there is a windstorm, the houses in our neighborhood will probably go before the fence -- which shows how sturdy the fence is. My husband was especially impressed with one of the teammate's work (Greg). Unbeknownst to Greg, my husband was watching him install the panels. Greg was meticulous in that for every panel he installed, he would go back several feet to ensure each panel is equally spaced. Like I mentioned earlier, we are more than satisfied with their work. A job well-done!!
    - Christine J.
  • A
    Yanton's Outdoor Living

    Chris was awesome, easily the best contractor I have worked with, this is the 2nd job I have done with him and he has been nothing but professional, responsive and does great work. HIs pricing has always been very competitive if not the lowest and the work is 2nd to none. The guys on his crew are fantastic workers and are very friendly and professional as well. He did a paver patio for me last summer and I know almost the entire crew was the same this time as they were for the last job so that tells you how good they are and how good he is to employees.


    Don't waste your time getting dozens of quotes for outdoor jobs, just call Chris at Yanton's.




    - Brian L.
  • F
    Cedar Grove Fence Specialists

    Before the installation began I told the job foreman that he couldn't install the fence right next to the brand new retaining wall, because of 6 to 8 inches of gravel, but he said that it would not pose a problem. Elongating and widening the hole so that the concrete would project into the land would have anchored it properly, but of course he didn't do that. They installed the fence in short order. I went out and checked the job for linear perfection, and sturdiness: I was pleased with the results. It looked beautiful!

    I had already contracted a crew to come out to landscape my yard, and it was the same crew that installed my retaining wall earlier in the year, before the fence was erected. The owner (Chris) came to me, and asked me if I had noticed my fence lately, and of course I had seen it from the side, and it looked fine. well, it had been blown over so that it was completely in disarray: each post being blown over to different degrees. with hardly a post (except for the post closest to the corner post) plumb like it been originally, and it looked terrible. Chris said that the fence had been improperly installed, and that the post were sunk into the gravel only. I realized that what he said was true, and I told him that I warned the fence installer that there was gravel there, but that he said he would ensure everything was ok. Chris said that the burden of responsibility, regardless of circumstances, is placed upon the professional, because that's what he gets paid for; if he couldn't install the fence so that it would stay up, and perform properly, he has an obligation to tell the customer, but then I had already informed him of the gravel. 

    I waited until the crew finished landscaping the front and back yard before I called the fence people so they could come without encumbrance to each other. I called on May 6th, and David assured me that the crew would come out the next week right after they finished the job they were on. I waited until I couldn't wait any longer, and I called him on June 3rd, which was 28 days later. David said that he'd forgotten (I didn't believe he could forget total dissatisfaction from a customer), and he assured me that the crew would be out the beginning of the following week, so I thanked him and waited, but no-show. Finally on June 12th (Friday) David emails me and apologizes for the mix-up, and assures me that the crew will be out no later than Tuesday. I felt confident this time, because he's promising me in writing; of course my hopes are dashed when he's a no-show. Twelve days later, on June 24th, he emails me again, and says that the rain slowed him down (there wasn't that much rain), and they would be out the next week. You must be getting the idea of what will happen in the future of this story, concerning this "seemingly" descent and reliable older man (David Fraley), but I'll go on and tell you the rest of the story anyway. 

    The next week goes by without any adherence to promises made, and he doesn't call or email. I guess he thinks I am a fool, and I must be getting tired; when these things occurred to me I thought that he must realize that this is Angie's list, so consequently, that made me feel that he had a tried and true way of rooking me out of his obligation to the job. I still haven't figured out his game plan, but then at this point it doesn't matter. I guess I am a little bit of a fool for being so patient, and not taking sterner action against him.

    Finally after being a week late he calls me on July 2nd; I call him back, and he then uses my "possible" unreliability as an "out," and says he will come out the following week to assess the job himself. That was something that should have been done the first time I called him. It is always the following week with David, but then he does keep this appointment, and agrees that I have a real problem (it should have been his problem). David tells me that these types of fences are suppose to wave in the breeze, and I told him that he was wrong about that; I told him that they should give a little, but the post shouldn't really move, just flex a little, and if the job had been done properly the first time, there wouldn't even be a problem. I told him that when a post is anchored in gravel or sand that the wind will blow them over, and gravel or sand will fill into the space created by the post rolling to the side. In time, if the wind blows the opposite way, sand or gravel will do their magic again, filling in on the opposite side, until the post or pole is completely out of the ground, depending on whether there is something that can restrain the post or pole. The supporting unity (rails) of my fence are the only reason my fence is still in the ground. I tell him this two more times when he insists that they did the job right the first time. I said that the fence was made to blow out of the post in severe winds without uprooting the post. He agrees, but his desire for money, his pride, and his reluctance to correct the fence will not allow him to admit failure, and restore the fence to original status.

    Anyone who contracts Cedar Grove Fencing needs to know the full story; sorry for the length of this review. At this point I am sure he has made up his mind to cheat me out of an Angie's list guaranteed excellent job done. I have the emails sent, and the times we talked recorded on my phones. David Fraley doesn't realize I have pictures I took over 8 months ago, of which I will upload right after finalizing this review; the fence looks even worst now than it did then. I will update the review by following up later with the most recent pictures when the weather is better for pictures, before the problem is corrected by the new contractor. I am still waiting to hear something from David Fraley, and it is February 29, 2016, over a year later than the job was originally completed (well, maybe not completed: attempted). There is no need for him to call now though, unless he wants to complain about my treatment of him in this review; I have talked with someone that will do the job right this time, even though I will be out a lot of money, especially since I am a retired poor person who can't afford to pay for the same job twice.


    - William E.
  • A
    JD ED Fence Installers
    I used JD and ED Fencing Company. I have horses so they are 3 rail wood enclosures. I have used them for 2 years in a row and they did a great job. The price was really good. It was last year and the year before that I used them. I will be using them this year again. We are doing bits at a time because wood fencing is so expensive that we decided to break it up. It is not them, it is everybody, wood fencing is very expensive. The service last year was perfect. They did a great job. They came in when they said they were going to. They took a minimal amount of time, like 3 or 4 days. I have no complaints whatsoever. I have priced fencing over the years as I have been out here for a number of years and I would say that their prices are very fair. The quality is very good. I have no complaints on any level. I will use them again this year. They were excellent on the responsiveness. They did a neighbors job and I liked what they did and so I called them. They did a great job.
    - Pam R.
  • A
    Potter Fence Company
    It went very very well, Darell is a great contractor!!. It took 3 days to complete, He was always reliable and punctual, and very honest about  everything he did. Their work is very neat and they cleaned up very well as they were working. I'm am totally satisfied with Darell and his crew!! The man is  a real  professional!!
    - philip p.
  • F
    Willhoite & Sons Fence Service Inc

    I am writing this review for the reason that everyone should know how a company treats its perspective customers . The way one stranger is treated is reflective of how everyone might be treated. I traveled to their place of business initially, and no one was available to talk to me: the secretary took a message and said they would get back to me. They never did contact me in response to my visit, until long after a message was sent to them through Angie's list. I contacted them through Angie's list so-as-to give them a second chance in case I was mistaken about my initial impression. It was over a week before they responded to my inquiry. The owner called me, but refused to come out for the estimate, and quoted a price over the phone site unseen: he never even asked one question as to the dimensions, terrain, or condition of the property; I have found that the price only increases from this kind of situation, especially once the customer accepts such a ridiculous pricing scheme, because every unforeseen difficulty/contingency that can crop will afford the opportunity once the property is seen for the first time. Even if the quote was more honest than what I suspect, the quote was rather shocking, and I thought that it was ludicrous and corrupt for anyone to give a padded estimate to cover all circumstances for the sake of profit. Disrespect and calloused indifference to the customer is the main stay of this particular fencing business, even though their Angie's list rating is excellent. They evidently have a reputation for dealing with the affluent.


    - William E.
  • A
    Willhoite & Sons Fence Service Inc
    They were great to work with, and they got it up quick. They did good work, because even after the windstorms, we haven't had problems. We had a couple panels that came out, but they sent someone out to do it free. It has a lifetime warranty on it, so if anything happens, they send someone out, and repair it for free. All I had to do, was call them, and they came and fixed it. I was a little skeptical about the warranty, but they have kept their word so far.  They told me upfront that they are not going to be the cheapest, and they didn't want to be the cheapest, because they use quality material. You get what you pay for, and so they weren't the cheapest, but the quality was worth it. They came out here, gave us the estimates, and met with us.
    - Ben B.
  • A
    CITY WIDE FENCE CO
    Bob Perkins, the owner, was great!  It took us a little while to get on the same page, Bob's truck broke down the day we were supposed to meet for a quote, but he provided a rough estimate based on my description and the length of fence I needed.  I was able to send him a plot layout, to which he refined his quote.  I received quotes from a few other companies as well, and Bob's was the one of the best prices, especially the quality of work he described.  Because of the time of year (apparently everyone got fences this summer!), it took a few weeks to get Bob and his guys out there.  In that time, we had an issue with our HOA approval and ended up changing the plan two or three times.  Bob responded each time with a new quote, adjusting based on my new descriptions.
    Once he finally got out there, he confirmed the plan he had was the most recent and correct version, and then his guys got to work.  Three days and we had a fence.  The first day was setting posts.  The guys did that in half a day, and even cut back a few trees in the way for a minimal price (we agreed on in the beginning).  The second day was the concrete setting, no work to be done.  On the third day, the framing went up and the pickets attached.  Everything was done with such care, the fence looks great.  In fact, our neighbors across the street stopped by to get Bob's card, because they were considering a fence and were so impressed with his work.
    Bottomline: Initial coordination was a bit lacking, largely my fault though.  Bob responded when needed and the end product is excellent!
    - Kenneth/Jessica L.
  • A
    RINE LANDSCAPING
    Frank Rine came to our house and looked at the work to be done and gave us a great price. We paid 1/2 then. The next day his crew started the work. They had to remove a lot of trees that had grown between and into a chain link fence and a state security fence. It took them 2 days to get the trees cut down and the fence removed. They also treated the stumps so they wouldn't grow back. Another crew came out and built a privacy fence. The privacy fence is a much better built fence than the prefab privacy fences my neighbors have. Frank came out after the work was complete and we inspected the work together . Once we were satisfied we made the final payment. His crew cleaned everything up and they were friendly and respectful. We will definitely hire Rine Landscaping again.
    - Sheila S.
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