Fence Installation and Repairs


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Installation and Repair

We understand the importance of having a reliable and sturdy fence for your property. Whether you need privacy, a safe area for your pets, or a place for your children to play, we can provide you with the best fencing solutions in Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, and surrounding areas.
As a state-certified and insured family-owned business, we take pride in offering personalized services that meet your specific needs and budget. Our team of experts specializes in residential fencing and uses only the highest-quality materials, including vinyl, chain link, aluminum, and wood, to build fences that will stand the test of time.
Whether you need a new fence built from scratch or an older fence repaired or rebuilt, we have got you covered. Our experienced staff will ensure that your fence is done right the first time,.
At X-Stream Home Services, we believe that our clients deserve the highest level of professionalism and quality service, and that's what we provide. Contact us today and discover why we are the most dependable and reliable company in all of South West Florida.
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Fence Repair and Installation F.A.Q

It’s important to have a reliable and trustworthy fencing company that can not only install a new fence but also provide repair services to maintain the longevity of the fence. It’s good to know that X-Stream Home Services prioritize customer satisfaction by offering repair services to their installation customers.

It’s important to note that the lifespan of a fence can vary based on several factors, such as the type of wood used, the climate and weather conditions in the area, and the level of maintenance and upkeep provided. While red cedar and post and rail fences may have an expected lifespan of around fifteen years, proper maintenance such as regular staining and sealing can help extend the life of the fence. Similarly, spruce stockade fences may have an expected lifespan of about twelve years, but regular maintenance can also help extend their lifespan.

It’s important to note that fence regulations and zoning ordinances vary from municipality to municipality, so it’s always best to check with your local zoning or building department to determine specific rules for your area. Some municipalities may require a setback distance from the property line or restrict the height of the fence. It’s also important to check for any neighborhood or homeowner association rules or covenants that may apply.

While it is possible to install a new fence along the line of an existing one, it is generally avoided for aesthetic reasons. Installing a new fence next to an older or damaged fence can make the older fence appear even more unsightly and can detract from the overall appearance of the property. Additionally, installing a new fence right next to an older fence can make it more difficult to access and maintain the older fence, which can lead to further deterioration over time.

Accordion ContentIn most cases, installing a fence in dirt requires digging holes for the fence posts. The depth of the holes depends on the height of the fence and the soil conditions. The holes are then filled with concrete to provide stability for the fence posts. The concrete needs time to set before the fence panels can be installed. The process can be more challenging in rocky or hard soil conditions. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and local building codes for proper installation.

It’s important to note that while some professional grade vinyl fences may have a lifetime warranty against breaking, not all vinyl fences have the same level of quality or warranty. It’s always best to check with the specific manufacturer or installer for the details of their warranty and what it covers.

While vinyl and aluminum fences are known for their durability and resistance to weather elements, wood fences are more susceptible to decay and rotting. However, with proper maintenance and care, wood fences can last up to 15-20 years or even longer in some cases.

 It’s great to know that your team can efficiently install a fence in just one day, minimizing any disruption to the homeowner’s daily routine.