Over the years we’ve heard the same questions over and over so we figured we’d help answer some of the more frequently asked questions here. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for please let us know and we will update it here after we help you. Thanks!
- The time between your signature/payment of deposit and project installation is called “Lead Time”. This fluctuates throughout the year due to demand. We are very picky and only hire experienced and proven installers and this is a limited pool of talent that can cause Lead Time to be longer during the busier seasons.
The following are important considerations regarding Lead Time:
- Do you need a permit? Places such as Manatee County, City of Sarasota, City of Bradenton Beach, Holmes Beach, and others require a permit for fencing. Your project will be scheduled after permit approval.
- Do you need custom ordered material? We are happy to make a project exactly what you need! This can require custom ordered material for fabrication in our shop. Delivery of this material can impact your Lead Time, but it is well worth the wait for the quality! Fast Food is not the mentality that you want when your investment is meant to last for decades!
- Do you need a permit and custom ordered material? If both factors apply, we follow a standard practice of ordering the material AFTER the permit has been approved. This is for the protection of your hard-earned dollars. We understand your investment is precious, and we will not purchase the custom (non-refundable) material until we know that the regulating authority will accept it. When a time crunch exists, we will order prior to permit approval but only at your request!
Longevity – the lifespan of quality Vinyl has yet to be reached. Ask anyone at your local public works facility, and they will tell you that true PVC does not biodegrade fast enough to witness within our lifetime. Our vinyl is made from recycled fence and window vinyl, keeping that vinyl out of mother earth and put to good use protecting your home or business. The window material has a higher concentration of Ti02, the UV protectant. This means that your fence is equipped with Ti02 levels exceeding code requirements. We find that it is worth paying for the quality and longevity when you only have to invest in a fence once in your lifetime.