Frequently Asked Questions
Heritage Fence Company
Yes, we offer free estimates. All you have to do is to either call us at (901) 326-2081 or fill out the form here on our website. Just ensure that you are providing accurate details to avoid any delays in the process. After which, we will reach out to you through a phone call or text message. If you have a plan for your fence, you can use it and send it to us so we can do the estimate right away. However, if you don’t have one, we can schedule a visit for the measurement.
Typically, from quote to completion is within 30 days. However, lead times tend to get longer in the summer months and can be upwards of 6 weeks. We have an efficient streamlined process to ensure that the projects are done as quickly and efficiently as possible while maintaining our high standards.
Installation times vary project to project and are dependent on many factors. The best way to get a timeline is to ask the member of the sales team that comes out to do your estimate.
We can absolutely do it for you. We obtain the permits as a complementary service. We understand how some property owners feel the burden of having to do the paperwork and make countless trips to the issuing agency. If the fence permits are not obtained on time, it might lead to delay. To ensure the seamless progress in the overall project, we see to it to get it early on.
We install almost every material that you can think of. Since property owners have different needs, we see to it that we get to provide for each need accordingly. Aside from that, we want to give them choices to keep them happy and satisfied. You can find the list of materials below.
- Vinyl fences
- Concrete privacy fences
- Concrete 3 & 4 rail fences
- Ornamental aluminum and steel fences
- Wooden fences
- Chain link fences
If you are having trouble choosing the material for your fence, we can certainly help you pick out the best one. We understand that picking out from these numerous choices can be tricky and challenging and we want to ease the process for you.
It depends on where your property is located. Normally, legal restrictions are implemented on a local level. If you are unaware of whether your area has legal restrictions, we strongly urge you to consult with the authorities (typically the building and codes division of your city or county) prior to purchasing fences. Typically, the legal restrictions include the height, design, and style of the fences. HOA’s and subdivisions will have their own bylaws and covenants as well.
It is best that you consult with your neighbors. After all, the fences will stand between you and them, affecting them as well. Some neighbors are generous enough to contribute with the project expenses. Aside from that, the installation of fences can be quite a significant project that may be bothersome for your neighbors. However, if your neighbors are aware of your project ahead of time, they can prepare early on.
Yes, weather affects the installation. Since fences are typically outdoors, the team is most likely exposed to weather. It is certainly challenging to work under extreme weather conditions and might affect the overall quality of the work. It also affects the state of the materials and may cause it to either contract or swell depending on the circumstances. As much as we can, we avoid using materials in their unusual state as it may adversely affect the quality of the fences.
Our fences are very durable and dependable and can last up to 10 years. With proper care and maintenance, we can even guarantee that it can survive for longer than that. But of course, it still depends on the material used for your fences. There are specific materials, such as chain link, concrete, and vinyl, which does not require as much maintenance. However, if you are opting for wood, make sure that you monitor it closely and do regular check-ups on it.