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How Much Sound Does Noise Reducing Fencing Block?

Busy intersections, noisy neighbours, nearby railroads, and loud highways can create a lot of extra noise in your home and yard. No one wants to wear earplugs in their own backyard! Though some people love the sounds of city life, many want peace and quiet. Noise reducing fencing is a great way to reduce the amount of sound pollution entering your home – and your ears. Noise reducing fencing, or sound barriers, are also a great choice when looking for a privacy fence. They help block out unwanted noise as well as prying eyes. Reclaim your dream home. Contact the experts at Jay Fencing to help you reduce unwanted noise on your property!

Noise Reducing Fencing Materials

Noise reduction is an important consideration for property managers looking to keep commercial clients happy to a parent wishing to give his or her family peace of mind. The materials used to build a noise reducing fence will help determine how much noise, and even what kind of noise, is blocked or reduced. This section will look at the most popular materials used for sound barrier fencing to help you determine which type may be best for you, your home, and your family.

Wood

Average Noise Reduction: ★★★
Cost: $$ – $$$
Aesthetics: ★★★★★
Ideal for: Residential properties

Description: The best noise reducing wooden fencing materials are redwood and cedar due to their strength and mass. Compared to other sound barrier fencing materials, wood is relatively inexpensive. It is also a traditional fencing material and will look great in any home or commercial lot.

Metal Sheeting

Average Noise Reduction: ★★
Cost: $$
Aesthetics: ★★
Ideal for: Industrial properties

Description: Metal sheeting is a strong, durable, and cost-effective option for noise reducing fencing. However, it is not the most aesthetically pleasing and most styles do not reduce a significant amount of sound. It is ideal for areas with limited noise-reducing needs.

Brick/Masonry

Average Noise Reduction: ★★★★
Cost: $$$$
Aesthetics: ★★★
Ideal for: Residential and healthcare properties

Description: Brick sound walls can be a great addition to your property, are extremely durable, and can reduce a significant amount of noise. They are one of the most expensive options, but are often worth the upfront cost in the long run in high noise polluted areas.

 

Berms (Wall Of Earth)

Average Noise Reduction: ★★★★★
Cost: $$$$$
Aesthetics: ★★★ 1/2
Ideal for: Temporary construction or events

Description: Walls of earth, or berms, are an excellent way to reduce the amount of noise that enters your property. They can be built in a variety of ways. A well-built berm will be very aesthetically pleasing, while others may not be. They are also an eco-friendly option, but require a lot of effort to build and can be very costly.

How Much Noise Does Noise Reducing Fencing Actually Block?

The amount of noise blocked by a noise reducing fence will depend on the width of the fence, the mass of the fence, and the materials the fence was made from. Brick sound barrier fences can reduce up to 50% of the noise that reaches your home. According to This Old House, an 8-foot high solid sound barrier fence can reduce 6 – 10 decibels of traffic noise entering your property. Traffic noise usually ranges from 60 – 70 decibels. You may wonder if a 6 – 10 decibel drop is really significant. However, to the human ear, 10 fewer decibels of noise actually sounds like half as much noise (source).

Sometimes, installing an 8-foot fence isn’t possible due to local bylaws, budget, or property configuration. As we learned above, height, mass, and materials used help drown the noise. If you can’t build a tall fence, consider building a thicker brick or berm sound barrier. This can help make up for the lack of height. There are also a few other tricks to help reduce noise. Many suggest installing a fountain. This helps create permanent white noise that distracts from annoying outdoor noise. The Old House also suggests planting trees or shrubbery to help block the view of distracting noises. Though foliage does not create a significant sound barrier, sometimes our brains can be easily fooled – planting beautiful trees or bushes to block your view of the road or another source of sound can help you feel better about your home and surroundings. It’s also a great way to add aesthetics to an otherwise bland sound barrier fence.

What Is Noise Reducing Fencing?

Noise reducing fencing is any fence that helps to reduce the amount of noise that enters your property. Sound barrier fencing works by helping to block sound waves. Noisehelp.com outlines the two ways that noise reducing fencing works: through its height and its mass.

Because sound waves do not travel in a perfectly straight line, a taller fence will help reduce significantly more noise than a smaller fence. Noisehelp.com suggests a 12 – 15 foot fence for optimal noise reduction. However, many local bylaws prohibit building a fence that tall. Instead, you can opt for the tallest fence possible in your area to help reduce noise.

The other way noise reducing fencing works is through its mass. The more solid a fence is, the more sound will be blocked. There should be no gaps or holes in the fence – even the smallest gap can allow unwanted noise to enter your property. Different fencing materials can be used to build a noise reducing fence, each with their own mass and different ability to block out sound. Some popular materials include hardwoods such as a cedar or redwood, metal sheeting, rammed earth, and concrete or bricks. The thicker the material, the more sound will be blocked. See below for a more detailed breakdown of noise reducing fencing materials.

Sound Barrier Fencing by Jay Fencing

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Find & Install Your Perfect Noise Reducing Fence With Jay Fencing

One of the best ways to figure out which fence material and style is best for you is choosing a reputable installation company. An experienced installer will help you know what’s best for you, your property, and your family.

They will also know and understand fair pricing, and will only do the highest quality work. Avoid confusion and skip right to your beautifully installed fence of your dreams with Jay Fencing! 

At Jay Fencing Ltd, you can feel confident that we will only recommend products or services that are best for you and your needs. This means you won’t be buying any unnecessary products or services that will make the price go up.

We offer free onsite consultations for all the jobs we quote on!

“Jay Fencing did a fantastic job on our new fence, it was built with quality products, completed on time and on budget. They are extremely professional and courteous while on site and this was our third project with them. Thank you again!”

-A Jay Fencing Customer – Read More Testimonials Here!

Sources

www.thisoldhouse.com / www.noisehelp.com / www.thespruce.com / www.acousticalsolutions.com / www.modularwalls.com

Vinyl Fencing vs. Wood Fencing

When looking for a new fence, many find it difficult to choose between vinyl fencing and wood fencing. Wood fences come in a wide variety of species, from cedar to redwood to spruce. Each type of wood varies in price, strength, and resistance to the elements. Because there is such a wide variety of woods, there is usually a wood fence for every need and budget. Vinyl fences are made of resin (plastics). Vinyl fences also come in a variety of styles, shapes, and colours. This Vinyl Fencing vs. Wood Fencing article will help you decide whether a vinyl fence or a wood fence is right for you, your needs, and your budget. To learn more about which fence is right for you, contact the experts at Jay Fencing today!

Whether its vinyl or wood go with Jay Fencing

About Vinyl Fencing

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See below for the general rating we have given vinyl fencing on price, durability, maintenance required, aesthetics, and options available.

Price: $$$$

Durability: ★★★

Maintenance Required: ★ – ★★

Aesthetics: ★★★★★

Options Available: ★★★

Vinyl fences are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to wood fencing. Though many have a distinct vinyl look, others purposely mimic a wood design and look almost indistinguishable from their wooden counterparts. As vinyl fencing grows in popularity, so do the vinyl fencing options. You will see many white vinyl fences, but they now come in a variety of colours such as beige, grey, dark red, black, and more.

One of the best things about vinyl fencing is that you won’t have to worry about maintenance. Vinyl fences are as maintenance free as possible. Of course, you may want to clean your vinyl fence to ensure it looks good for a long time, but you will not need to paint or treat a vinyl fence. Vinyl fences are also insect, rot, and rust resistant. However, some vinyl fences are prone to mildew in the right weather conditions. Vinyl fencing is also strong, secure, and is a great option as a privacy fence.

Unless you choose the most expensive wood type, it is also a guarantee that vinyl fencing will cost more up front. Unlike wood, vinyl is not easily customized. Although vinyl fencing is strong, it is not as strong as some wooden fence types. In extreme weather, vinyl fences may bend or even expand. High enough winds that may leave wooden fences intact can cause damage to a vinyl fence. Repairing a vinyl fence can be a major challenge, especially if you plan to do it the DIY way. When repairing a damaged vinyl fence, it’s best to call on experts who know how to fix the problem without making it worse.

About Wood Fencing

Wood fences by Jay FencingSee more here!

See below for the general rating we have given wood fencing on price, durability, maintenance required, aesthetics, and options available.

Price: $ – $$$$

Durability: ★★★ – ★★★★★

Maintenance Required: ★★★★

Aesthetics: ★★★★★

Options Available: ★★★★★

Wooden fences remain one of the most popular types of fences – and with good reason. There is a wooden fence for every style, property, preference, need, and budget. For example, whitewood fence panels are inexpensive, easy to work with, and durable. However, they are not insect or rot resistant and may not be able to naturally withstand damage without treatment. Redwood is one of the most expensive types of wood fencing, but is extremely durable and naturally rot and insect resistant. Choosing the right type of wood depends on the climate and weather conditions of your area, your budget, and your fence’s purpose.

With a wood fence, you have many customization options. Unlike vinyl fencing, you can easily customize a wood fence by yourself or through your fence installer. Adding lights, hanging flower boxes, or other personal details is easy with a wooden fence. Wooden fences also come in a nearly endless number of shapes and styles. Repairing a wooden fence is relatively easy and generally won’t cost too much.

However, wooden fences bring their own unique problems. An improperly installed wooden fence can warp and bend. Post hole digging is difficult and strenuous, and if done incorrectly, your wooden fence will not stay durable for long. One of the biggest drawbacks with wooden fences is the amount of maintenance they require. The amount of maintenance depends on the type of wood used. Still, all wooden fences require more maintenance than vinyl fences to ensure they remain free of rot and insect infestations.

Vinyl Fencing vs. Wood Fencing – Comparison

Still feeling stuck between vinyl and wood fencing? Check out this quick and easy comparison chart to see the biggest pros and cons of each type of fence.

Find & Install Your Perfect Fence With Jay Fencing

One of the best ways to figure out which fence material and style is best for you is choosing a reputable installation company. An experienced installer will help you know what’s best for you, your property, and your family.

They will also know and understand fair pricing, and will only do the highest quality work. Avoid confusion and skip right to your beautifully installed fence of your dreams with Jay Fencing! 

At Jay Fencing Ltd, you can feel confident that we will only recommend products or services that are best for you and your needs. This means you won’t be buying any unnecessary products or services that will make the price go up.

We offer free onsite consultations for all the jobs we quote on!

“Thank you very much to you and your amazing staff for helping turn my backyard into the oasis I’ve been hoping for! I LOVE the new fence!!! Your staff are friendly, courteous and do amazing work with such attention and detail. I’ll be calling when it’s time for a new deck!”

-Ardis, A Jay Fencing Customer – Read More Testimonials Here!

Sources:

doityourself.com – Wood vs Vinyl Fence Pros and Cons

doityourself.com – PVC Fence vs Vinyl Fence

thespruce.com – What Are the Pros and Cons of PVC Vinyl Fences?

Top 5 All Year Gazebos

Adding a gazebo to your deck or yard can increase your backyard’s functionality and aesthetic appeal. A temporary gazebo may be ideal for an isolated event, but an all year gazebo can provide shelter, shade, and act as a beautiful permanent addition to any yard all year round. In Canada, many wooden gazebos are built with stronger, weather-resistant wood so you won’t have to worry about your gazebo in the cold winters. If you’re interested in an all year, wooden gazebo but don’t know which style is best for you, see our guide below. Still have questions? Contact the experts at Jay Fencing today – we also do gazebos!

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About Wooden Gazebos

Gazebo by Jay Fencing

Wooden gazebos come in many styles and can be made from many types of wood. When looking for an all year wooden gazebo, many choose to construct their gazebo with redwood or cedar. This is due to their strength and natural resistance to moisture compared to other woods. Both redwood and cedar have naturally beautiful finishes and are easily customizable to suit all of your personal preferences. Redwood and cedar gazebos are an excellent choice for residential needs.

Each wooden gazebo style comes with its own pros and cons and unique look and functionality. For each gazebo style, we will outline the best use, functionality, and best location to place it. Remember that all gazebo styles listed below can be made from any type of wood (or other material) that best suits your needs and budget. Read on to see our top 5 picks for best all year gazebos!

Top 5 All Year Gazebos

There are gazebo styles for every want, need, and budget! Some gazebos offer little shelter but provide a property with beautiful aesthetic appeal, increasing property value. Other gazebos are simple and easy to maintain, while offering high functionality. The definition of a gazebo is fairly board – any outdoor roofed structure that offers a view of the surroundings qualifies as a gazebo. That’s why there are so many different options! The list below outlines some of the top all year gazebo styles to help you decide what structure is best for you, your family, and your property!

Folly Gazebos

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Description: The folly gazebo can be made from any material, but is commonly made from stone or even brick. Folly gazebos can come in any size, though many look similar to the one shown on the left – more slender and taller than the average gazebo.

Use: Folly gazebos are exclusively used to add aesthetic appeal to wherever they are constructed. They typically do not provide any shelter, shade, or any other use aside from aesthetics.

Functionality: Not functional as a traditional gazebo, the folly gazebo is purely designed as a work of art. Depending on the materials, they may be difficult to transport due to intricate designs.

Location: Folly gazebos are often placed on very large properties, they are often surrounded by gardens, or added to forest clearings.

 

Rotunda Style Gazebos

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Description: Rotundas are a style of gazebo that is based on European design. They are usually larger, though can come in smaller sizes. Rotunda gazebos are circular in design and usually have a domed roof.

Use: Rotundas are very popular as backyard gazebos. They often have a handrail built around most of the gazebo. They are great choices for entertaining guests or spending an afternoon reading outdoors.

Functionality: Since rotundas are one of the most common types of gazebos, they are very functional for many needs. They provide shade, shelter, and can even contain toddlers and small pets.

Location: Rotunda style gazebos are found everywhere! Many choose to add them on to their existing deck or patio, or clear a space in the yard to place by a pool or hot tub.

 

 

Pavilions

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Description: Pavilion style gazebos are large, open gazebos with easy access from all sides. Pavilions are usually quite simple in design, though you can sometimes find more intricate styles to suit different preferences.

Functionality: Pavilions are easy to care for as they are simply built, with minimal maintenance depending on the type of wood used. They provide shade, but do not provide as much shelter as other styles such as rotunda gazebos.

Use: Pavilions are used for many different occasions, on many different terrains, and for many different uses. They are a universal gazebo that works for many situations.

Location: Pavilions are usually located close to or right up against the main building.

 

Enclosed Gazebos

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Description: Enclosed gazebos can come in a variety of sub-styles, but many look similar to the one shown on the left. Enclosed gazebos are usually fully closed and often come with a door.

Functionality: Enclosed gazebos require much more maintenance than other styles. However, they also provide much more shelter and shade than other gazebos. You can worry less about bugs, wind, and rain, and enjoy a mini backyard retreat.

Use: Enclosed gazebos are often used as separate rooms away from the house. Many add couches, tables, and even TVs to the inside of an enclosed gazebo. They can also help contain children and pets.

Location: Typically, you will find enclosed gazebos in a larger backyard separate from the deck or patio.

 

Pergolas

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Description: Pergolas are long gazebo styles (though some consider pergolas and gazebos as separate designs). They often have open tops, though some are built with an enclosed roof.

Functionality: Like a pavilion, pergolas have no floor and are an open concept. They provide little-to-average shade but offer limited protection from the elements. However, they are very easy to build and add aesthetic appeal.

Use: Many choose to add vines or climbing plants to their pergola, which adds aesthetic appeal as well as shade. They are a good way to section off a part of your yard.

Location: Pergolas are often found in both large and small yards, as smaller pergolas can easily be built and are still functional. You may also see pergolas on restaurant patios or other commercial properties.

 

Gazebo Care – Ensure Your Gazebo Lasts All Year!

Some wooden gazebos, like those made from redwood and cedar, can typically make it through many winters without any problems. However, many still suggest you take the time to “winterize” your gazebo no matter what material it is made from to ensure it lasts as long as possible.

To begin winterizing your gazebo, rake and remove all fallen leaves and debris around your gazebo before the snow falls. Doing this will help maintain the integrity of your gazebo for years to come. Some other tips include:

  • Remove cobwebs and other debris from the inside of your gazebo
  • Clean out all cracks, holes, and crevices – you don’t want any unwanted pests such as mice to see your gazebo as a cozy home!
  • Clean with your hose to ensure all cobwebs and other debris have been removed hard-to-reach places
  • Double check that all screws on your gazebo are tight – the snow can put a lot of weight on your gazebo and cause problems if there’s a loose screw (or two)!

Find and Install Your Perfect Gazebo With Jay Fencing!

There are many online guides and YouTube videos on how to build a DIY gazebo. However, building a gazebo from scratch or even from a kit can be a challenge. Ergonomic issues such as strained muscles, heat exhaustion, or fatigue can halt the process and result in serious injury.

DIY can also end up costing more due to improper installation – repairs and even replacements down the road can result in many unexpected costs.

One of the best ways to avoid unexpected costs and DIY frustrations is by choosing a reputable installation company. An experienced installer will help you know what’s best for you and your property, will know and understand fair pricing, and will only do the highest quality work. Avoid pitfalls and skip right to the beautifully installed gazebo of your dreams with Jay Fencing! 

“We are very pleased with our new deck with gazebo. I was very impressed by the
city inspector’s comment that whoever built the deck takes great pride in their
work. Again many thanks.”

– Bob – Read more testimonials here!

At Jay Fencing Ltd, you can feel confident that we will only recommend products or services that are best for you and your needs. This means you won’t be buying any unnecessary products or services that will make the price go up. We offer free onsite consultations for all the jobs we quote on!

Sources:

thebackyardgnome.com / www.ebay.com / www.fixr.comGoogle Dictionary

5 Best Deck Lighting Ideas

Adding extra lighting can completely transform any backyard as the night sets in. One of the easiest ways to add extra lighting to your property is by adding deck lights. Deck lighting helps brighten your space, which adds extra security and makes it possible to continue outdoor fun even as the sun sets. Lights also increase safety when walking down deck stairs at night. Check out our 5 best deck lighting ideas list to help get you inspired! Looking for more information? Contact the experts at Jay Fencing – we do decks too!

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Fence And Railing Guelph

Looking to install a fence and/or railing in Guelph? When you choose to install a fence or railing, there are many options to choose from. Professional fence installers, doing it yourself (DIY), and even hiring a contractor off websites such as Kijiji are all options. This article looks at the pros and cons of each installation to help you make the choice that is best for you! For more information on fence and railing installation, contact the experts at Jay Fencing now!

Fence And Railing Guelph – Pros And Cons To Know

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Fences and railings can help add extra security and safety to your property, as well as increase property value. Decorative railings can transform a balcony or deck, while also ensuring you and your family stay safe. A great fence will add character to your property while ensuring children and remain safe.

With so many railing and fence options, it can be difficult to decide what method of fence and railing installation is best for you, your budget, and your property. This section will not only outline the benefits and drawbacks of each, but also looks at common customer challenges when working with professional fence installers.

Pros & Cons – DIY Installation: Fence and Railing Guelph

Pros: Do you love handiwork? Are you a natural handyman? If so, you may enjoy big DIY projects such as fence and railing installation. When you do it yourself, you have full control over the final product. You control your own timeline so the project can take as short or long as you prefer. You also control the materials used, and even the tools used are completely up to you. If you have a lot of spare time and a good knowledge of tools, materials, and construction, DIY fencing can be a fun and fulfilling project for your home.

Cons: If you do not know much about construction or handiwork, DIY fence installation can be more than just a slight challenge. Even for the experienced handyman, fence and railing installation can be a big challenge. Post hole digging is not only strenuous work, but must be done precisely. If not, you may end up with unusable holes all over your yard or property. Doing it yourself can also lead to other problems such as:

  • Ergonomic issues – When improper installation techniques are used, potential injuries include muscle strain or soreness, overexertion or fatigue, and even twisting your back or leg.
  • Technical issues – Aside from issues with digging precision, there are some technical issues you have no control over, like soil conditions such as rocky soil, wet soil, and soil with too much clay. All these can make a seemingly simple DIY project turn into a longer and more expensive project.
  • Legal issues – Do you know your city or town’s fencing bylaws? Neighbourhood fencing disputes can end up costing tens of thousands of dollars. A recent news article from DurhamRegion.com tells the story of a neighbour who faced $50,000 in court fees due to improper fence height. Working with a qualified and experienced fencing installation company will help avoid breaking local bylaws.

Pros & Cons – Kijiji: Fence and Railing Guelph

Pros: Kijiji and other online classified advertisements have become increasingly popular. This is no surprise as many businesses have begun increasing their online presence. Kijiji makes it easy to see many ads at the same time. You can compare companies and individual contractors in a matter of seconds! Their search feature makes it simple to specify exactly what you are looking for. Some other neat features and benefits include:

  • Ability to specify your exact location so you only receive local advertisements
  • Ability to specify your price range
  • Ability to see how recently a posting was listed

Cons: As convenient and simple as sites like Kijiji are, there is an unfortunate number of people preying on innocent individuals. Kijiji offers information about protecting yourself from scams and other potential problems. It even offers a specific page on protecting yourself from service scams.

Though scams can be found everywhere, the online world is full of them. If you find an individual contractor on Kijiji, it is unlikely you will be able to find any Google Reviews or a website for that individual. There are many reputable companies posting on Kijiji, but it will take more work and research on your part to find them and weed out the potential scammers.

Pros & Cons – Professional Installers: Fence and Railing Guelph

Some of the Jay Fencing team!

Pros: One of the biggest benefits of working with a professional installer is peace of mind. When you work with a professional installation company, you can rest assured that your fence or railing will be installed by experienced workers who know all the ins and outs of the installation process. Working with professional installers also means working with individuals who work with you too! Professionals work with your budget, your preferences, and your needs. Some other benefits when working with a professional company includes:

  • Knowledge of environmental conditions – Rocky soil? Slanted or sloped yard? Tree roots in the way? These may be huge problems for inexperienced contractors or the do-it-yourselfer. For an experienced professional, these are challenges that can be easily solved with the right know-how!
  • Knowledge of bylaws – When working with experienced installers, you won’t have to worry about memorizing all the bylaws of your city or town. A professional company will already know any legal restrictions and will help ensure your newly installed product follows all bylaw rules and restrictions.
  • Great customer service – A professional company will value customer service. This means only recommending products and services that are right for you, as well as ensuring you are satisfied throughout the entire building process.

Cons: Working with professional installers may require a bigger budget. An experienced, professional installation team will work with high-quality materials and offer high-quality workmanship, which may cost more up front. However, it is important to remember that though the costs may seem higher, you will likely save money in the long run. A properly and professionally installed fence will last longer and remain strong over time, meaning you will not have to pour money into it down the road.

It may also take some time to find a reputable company. However, putting in the research ahead of time will ensure you work with a company that suits all your wants and needs. Unlike DIY, working with a professional installer means you do not have complete, 100% control over your project. Still, a professional company will continuously work with you to ensure you are satisfied with the final results.

Common Customer Challenges – How Jay Fencing Does It Differently!

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Working with a fence installation company can come with a host of challenges. Unprofessional and inexperienced installers can cause many problems for customers. Read below to see these common customer complaints and challenges, and learn how Jay Fencing does it differently!

Challenge #1 – Poor Customer Service

One of the most common challenges for customers working with any service is poor customer service. Poor customer service can come in the form of rude workers, disorganized files/paperwork, and a lack of response to phone calls or emails. Many customers have found that some local fence installation companies do not value customer service.

How We Do It Differently: At Jay Fencing, we value top notch customer service. We also value our customer’s comfort and work hard to ensure the experience is stress-free from start to finish. Click here to see what one of our customers has to say about our customer service!

 

Challenge #2 – Inexperienced Workers/Installers

Some customers working with fence installation companies found that the installers working on their fence or railing were clearly inexperienced. Other customers found themselves in a frustrating situation – they loved working with the company and business owners, but found the installers were rude and unprofessional. Great management and professional installers are both important when looking for an installation company!

How We Do It Differently: When you choose to work with Jay Fencing, you are choosing to work with experienced and professionals installers. We highly value having experienced and hardworking staff so that our customers receive only the highest quality work. Click here to see what one of our customers has to say about our experienced and professional workers!

 

Challenge #3 – Lacks The Know-How

If you choose to work with an installation company instead of doing it yourself, it is reasonable to expect proper experience and know-how! Unfortunately, many customers found that some installation companies lacked the know-how when working with irregular or difficult properties, such as sloped backyards.

How We Do It Differently: Our trained and professional staff know how to work with properties of all shapes and sizes! We work with both commercial and residential properties and know how to navigate difficult terrain. Click here to see what one of our customers has to say about how Jay Fencing works with irregular properties!
 

Looking For A Fence or Railing Today?

Work With An Experienced Installer Now!

One of the best ways to avoid common customer challenges and DIY pitfalls is by choosing a reputable installation company. An experienced installer will help you know what’s best for you and your property, will know and understand fair pricing, and will only do the highest quality work. Avoid pitfalls and skip right to the beautifully installed fence or railing of your dreams with Jay Fencing! 

At Jay Fencing Ltd, you can feel confident that we will only recommend products or services that are best for you and your needs. This means you won’t be buying any unnecessary products or services that will make the price go up.

We offer free onsite consultations for all the jobs we quote on!

“We are very impressed with the quality and service that we have received from Jay Fencing with the installation of a 6 foot fence across the back of our yard. The structured schedule that was outlined for us for the installation was spot on, even with the different weather conditions. The installers that came to the house were very nice people, they were hard workers and did an excellent job.”

– A Jay Fencing Customer! Read more testimonials here!