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Fence Company reviews in Celina

  • A
    Frisco Fence LLC
    They made the whole process easy, they came and bid it, and got it done quickly. The job was amazing! It was affordable, and when we do end up getting a new fence we will for sure be going back with Frisco Fence!
    - becky c.
  • F
    Farrow Fence
    Vendor completed work but wrought iron powder coating failed within months. Vendor would not respond to calls to come inspect failing materials. Never warrantied materials or labor as promised. Fence completely failed and had to be replaced. We heard later that they decided to start powder coating the wrought iron fence sections themselves during our job and had no clue what they were doing. Vendor also improperly installed gate opener they supplied and would not come out to fix it. We hired a lawyer to pursue a claim against them on the defective materials but vendor declared bankruptcy so there wasn't any reasonable recourse left against them at the time. We were out the entire $25K+ that we had paid them with little of value to show for it. We have watched these guys change business names several times over the years but they appear to always use the Ash street address in Celina. An "F" rating is too good for these guys, they should be barred from operating as a business. Can't imagine that any positive ratings for them that you see aren't probably fraudulent as well.
    - Edwin C.
  • A
    Cedar Creek Fences

    They came out and gave us an estimate for the work we needed.  We live in the country and did not want a fence that obstructed our view.  They were not the least expensive but Dave was so professional, walked us through every detail, and within a day (due to weather) of his start date, they began the work.  They completed it in three days.  They were very accommodating to a few latch changes we needed since the fence separates our backyard from our pasture.  We now have a beautiful fence surrounding our property that we absolutely love.  That you Dave and Cedar Creek Fences


    - Timothy T.
  • C
    Cisco Fencing
    They did a great job, but we had some problems with the latches on the big gate. We weren't able to keep the gates closed, which was frustrating. We called them about looking at it and adjusting it. We never heard back from them. We left messages and emails, and they never contacted us back. We tried every way to contact them aside from going to their office. It has been very frustrating and disappointing. I felt that the price was reasonable at the time. It was only a few weeks after the project that we wanted to talk about putting a new latch on it. They did a great job of putting the fence on, but they haven't provided good service. We are supposed to have a warranty, too. There were some times when they didn't take care of the work area.
    - BOB M.
  • B
    Cisco Fencing
    I contacted him for a quote in February. We were to meet early one weekday evening -- when he didn't arrive, I called his cell and he explained/apologized he was preparing tax paperwork for his employees. We set another appointment for Sat., 2/14. He arrived promptly 2/14, measured the existing fence, showed us his photo album, and discussed options. I mentioned we had found him through Angie's List. We made some basic choices and he quoted $5,994. Over the next month, I solicited quotes from 2 other firms. Along the way, Angel and I exchanged e-mail. I asked him to re-quote with one of the gates wider than the existing one, and if his crew could remove a basketball post set in concrete, too (i.e., as long they were already removing steel posts set in concrete). He always responded quickly, agreed to both, and did not change his original quote! When I asked about the Angie's List discount, he said it was already factored into the quote. Of the 3 quotes I solicited and received, his was the middle (though much closer to the lowest than the highest). Though the lowest bidder could start sooner, I chose Cisco because of his Angie's List reputation and because fencing is not a second job. I signed with him in mid-March; he said work would begin on/by 4/16. A few days before the appointed date, I saw flags & paint marks in my lawn from the various utilities. As promised, his crew arrived Thu., 4/16, removed most of the existing fence & posts, and began setting new poles. They were friendly and professional. Their English is better than my Spanish, but they patiently let me practice on them :-). Fri., 4/17 was too rainy, but the (pre-treated, fortunately!) lumber arrived. Over the next 3 days, they had completed a beautiful new fence with 3 gates (including the "extra wide" one). In addition to hauling off the old fence, they cleaned up *most* their scraps and such. However, there were a few bits'n'pieces left behind - a few concrete "plugs" from the old fence, a few concrete "mixing spots," some trimmed off wood bits, etc. Some of the scraps were left in "good faith" -- after the workers had left for the evening, a neighbor told me he had asked them to leave some of the scraps because he wanted some of them, and volunteered to dispose of the rest. So my neighbor left some of scraps & the concrete bits, but not all. Sadly, they didn't finish the basketball pole removal. It looks like they split the concrete and pulled half of it, but were unable(?) to pull the rest of the concrete and free the pole. I sent an e-mail to Angel asking about disposal of the concrete and if he had any further thoughts about basketball pole. It has gone unanswered for about a month now.
    - BOB M.
  • A
    Blue Ribbon Roofing LLC
    Very well, they were very professional!
    - Sue H.
  • A
    Blue Ribbon Roofing LLC
    Great, prompt, courteous and professional!
    - Sue H.
  • F
    SOUTHWEST FENCE AND DECK
    unknown
    - Thomas B.
  • F
    Texas Best Fence
    unknown
    - Thomas B.
  • A
    Texas Backyard Living
    unknown
    - Greg R.
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