Aluminum and vinyl fences are the lowest maintenance fences due to the type of material used. Aluminum requires next to no maintenance vs. vinyl which can need power washing for aesthetic purposes as needed. Vinyl won’t rot, wrap, peel, or splinter. You won’t waste money on sanding, staining, or painting every few years.
Red Cedar, vinyl, and aluminum fences for residential properties.
Split rail with welded wire.
It depends on several factors, such as the size of your yard, the breed and size of your dog, and your budget.
Wood fences have a life expectancy of about 15 years.
Aluminum and vinyl fences will last approximately 35 years.

Whether you need to get your property surveyed or not will depend on what your township or borough requires. Some require that you submit a survey with your fence permit application. If it is not required by your township or borough, it is highly recommended that you obtain one for future reference. It can be costly to move a fence once installed if it is found that the fence is not built on your property.

Most townships and boroughs require a fence permit even if you are replacing an existing fence.
Yes, we can compete all forms for you and submit. This will be an additional fee.
This will be determined by the regulations set forth by your township or borough. Most allow right up to the property line but not on it.
This will depend on the number of posts, gates, and panels needed for the job. An additional charge will be included if there is rock soil on your property that requires us to use a jackhammer to help create the holes needed to set the posts.
A typical installation will take one to three days depending on the amount of feet of fence that is to be installed. Typically, 200 feet of fence can be completed in one day.
While you need to be home in the morning when our installers arrive to go over the details, it is not required that you stay throughout the day.
Gasga Fence Company provides you with a 5-year workmanship warranty.


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