Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a permit?
We believe in following recommended guidelines and procedures. Rules may be put in place by the city and county ordinances to require a permit. We are happy to handle the procedure of attaining this permit on your behalf as a part of our services.
Does my HOA need to approve of my fence?
Your neighborhood Home Owners Association will need to approve of your fence. We reach out to HOA’s for you and obtain permission for fencing. This process may take up to 30 business days or more, depending on the association.
What forms of payment does C&S Fences accept?
C&S Fences accepts all debit and credit cards, checks, and cash. We are unable to accept payment via Venmo or Cashapp.
Where do your vinyl and aluminum fences come from?
We proudly feature our vinyl and aluminum fence products from Eastern Fence.
How long will the fence installation take?
Vinyl and aluminum fences are typically a one-day process. A typical wood fence requires two days to build. The cement footings that anchor the posts need to be properly set, which can sometimes take a few days. Weather and extenuating circumstances may impact installation timeframe but we work hard to ensure your fence is done to the highest standard and as soon as possible.
Can I build a fence on easement that is with in my property?
Most fences are able to be built on easement, however each case is looked at individually. We are happy to assist you with the special permitting that must be filed to gain approval.
If my neighbor has an existing fence do I need to build a separate one?
Normally this is not necessary. Often homeowner associations require fencing to be placed on the property line and shared.
How long do estimate appointments take?
Estimates are generally a 30-minute process but can vary based on the size of the property.
Do I need to provide a survey of my property?
Yes, these are required to obtain HOA approval and permits. We also require a copy of your survey to verify measurements and the location of your property line.
Do I need to be present for an estimate appointment?
No, but if you plan on not being present for the estimate appointment, we will need additional details from you before our scheduled appointment time. It is preferable for the homeowner to be available for the estimate to work out any details.