Residential Fence Installation & Repair

in Colorado Springs, Denver, and throughout the Colorado Front Range

Fencing in Colorado Springs

Get fencing installation services around Colorado Springs and throughout the entire Front Range. 

 Colorado Springs Split Rail Fence Service Area

 

Fencing in Denver

Get fencing installation services throughout Denver and surrounding areas. Want to DIY? Pick up your fencing supplies and do it yourself.

Denver Split Rail Fence Service Area 
 

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What Type of Colorado Fence Should You Get?

 

We're here to help you find the right fence for your project! Browse the fences we install or view our blog, Which is Best? Wood vs Vinyl, Metal, Chain Link, and Composite Fences.

Looking to DIY? Order fencing supplies from our Littleton location.

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Optional Sprinkler Insurance

What is Sprinkler Insurance? Learn More »

Unbeknownst to many homeowners, it is common for the sprinkler system lines to run directly alongside the fence line of an existing property, particularly in tight, newer developments along the Colorado Front Range. Thus, damage to the sprinkler lines during fence installation is often unavoidable for a couple of reasons:

1. PVC is difficult to locate underground, and your sprinkler system is composed of interconnected PVC tubes.
2. PVC is easily damaged. Because it is lightweight, PVC is easy to install, but it is also easy to damage when fence installers are digging post holes.
3. Most builder grade homes are not landscaped with a 3 foot buffer between the fence property line and the sprinkler line, thus causing overlap between the fence and sprinkler lines, making any new fence installation prone to cause damage to the sprinkler line.
 

Since your sprinkler system is a "private utility" you are solely responsible for its maintenance and repair. By proactively purchasing Sprinkler Insurance from Split Rail Fence, you will protect both yourself & your neighbors in the event that your sprinkler lines are damaged by fence installation.

 

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What to Expect - Residential Fence Installation Process

 

Step #1:

Get Your Estimate

Request an Estimate: Simply fill out this form and you will be contacted by our scheduling team to set up an onsite estimate with our sales reps.

On Site-Estimate Performed: During your free, on-site estimate, your dedicated sales rep will walk your property and provide the cost to install your new fence.

Step #2:

Signed Agreement

You, the homeowner, will sign the proposal received during your on-site estimate and send it back to your dedicated sales rep. Upon receipt, they will submit your project work order, gather a deposit and all documents for the fence design, and submit the scope of work to be fulfilled by our installation team.
 

Step #3: 

Work Order Pending

For now, your part of the process is complete. From here your dedicated sales rep will submit your order to the Project Coordinator, who will enter the order into our system and call for utility locates, check for city permits and submit necessary documentation. Once this is done, she will pass it off to the general project manager.

Step #4: 

Work Order Approval

The General Manager will approve the order of pricing and material and will order any additional fencing material if required. Once the order is approved it heads to scheduling.

 

Step #5:

Installation Scheduling

Now that your fencing project is approved by all governing bodies, you will be contacted by our scheduling team to schedule the fence installation. Although it's preferred you are on site to answer any questions, it's no problem if you can't be home during the installation, as you are not required to be on site.

 

Step #6: 

Day of Install

The fence installation crew will arrive at your home to install your new fence. While we strive to arrive at the scheduled time every time, we respectfully ask for grace when our crew arrives at a different time due to unexpected delays. In general, our crews arrive in the morning between 8:00-10:00am. Once your new fence is installed, we will contact you to ensure quality and job satisfaction.

Request Your Estimate