Fence Installation in NJ

fence installation njInstalling a new fence in NJ requires a lot of planning. Lucky for you, Anello Fence has been designing and installing fences in New Jersey for over 50 years!

We like to make sure our customers know exactly what goes into how we plan and install their fences. Below you’ll find some of the steps we take. Of course, if you have any questions or would just like to say hi, feel free to shoot us a message here.

Let’s get right into it!

First thing’s first, we recommend making sure that your neighbors are okay with you installing a fence on your property (especially if it’s on their side). You’ll also want to check with the town you’re in about installing your new NJ fence – give the local building inspector a call to obtain the information you need for the depth.

We’re local experts when it comes to fences, if you don’t know which department to contact, we’d be glad to help.

Next, and one of the most important tasks prior to installing a fece, is checking with local utility companies that we’re able to install this fence with no problems. What’s unfortunate is that many other NJ fence contractors skip this step in order to save time and money. This can lead to broken pipes, damaged electrical wires, and even fines from your local government. Here at Anello Fence, we make sure to go through all the right steps prior to installing your fence.

Now we can move onto the fun stuff – designing your fence!

We work with you throughout this process to find a fence that not only fits your house perfectly, but fits your budget perfectly too. Below is a list of questions you’ll want to consider when picking the right fence.

  • How much privacy do we want this fence to provide us?
  • What material would work/look best?
  • Will we be installing on grass or cement?

After taking the time to carefully pick the right design, we then plan the layout of your fence. This step is crucial, any incorrect measurement could result in big problems later. We put in the time and effort to making sure our calculations are spot on.

Lastly comes the actual fence installation whereby we dig and set the posts according to which style you’ve chosen.

As you can see, this is a job that requires a lot of skill and experience. We would love to answer any questions you have. Drop us a line here.

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