Fence Installation services in Parker, Colorado


According to Home Depot, the cost of installing a fence can range from $1,000 to $10,000, but most homeowners should budget between $1,600 and $4,000. You can rest assured that at Parker Fence Pros, we offer the most competitive pricing. You can also be confident that you are not getting an unknown contracted fencing service from a box store such as Home Depot. With Parker Fence Pros, we are exactly what our name says we are: fence pros.

You can more accurately estimate the cost of your project if you know how many linear feet your fence will be. Fences cost $15 to $60 per linear foot installed, depending on the material you choose. In a tough economy, however, you can expect higher than normal pricing. Not by choice but by necessity, unfortunately. That is why it is always important to link yourself up with a very trustworthy fence installation professional. We are confident that Parker Fence Pros is the perfect stop to make that call and that ever-important decision.

Labor costs may be higher if you are installing the fence in a particularly rocky or hilly area. Some contractors bill on an hourly basis. Most charge between $30 and $75 per hour. A 150-foot-long fence will take about 20 hours to build.

​The professionals and contractors at Parker Fence Pros can assist you! We have a wide selection of fences made of high-quality materials that look amazing and last for a long time! To learn more about our fence installation services, contact us now.

In a typical scenario, your fencing contractor will arrive promptly, although, depending on several factors, the installation may take a bit longer. Not to worry, because the average wait time for a fence installation is two to six weeks; however, this varies depending on the season, the company backlog, the area, and other considerations.

If you need your fence installed sooner, inquire early in the sales process. If there does happen to be a backlog of jobs, or perhaps if the building materials are not easily accessible for the supplier, and if there will be any seasonal slowdowns, you'll want to be ahead of the game as much as possible.

Our Professional Fence Crews

​Our crew will install the horizontal portions of your fence, commonly known as stringers, as well as the vertical fencing materials, gates, and all other parts of your fence after your fence posts have been placed in concrete.

We will not use stringers if you choose a horizontal fence. To allow the horizontal fence boards to be run post-to-post, we will place the post holes closer together, often 6 feet apart rather than 8 feet.

​Our crew will clear up all debris when your fence installation is complete and offer you the opportunity to evaluate your fence.

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Parker, CO, USA
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