COVID-19 Response

We want to take a moment to assure you, that the health and safety of our customers, potential customers, and the City Wide Fence Company Staff and Employees, is our top priority. We are fully aware of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are actively monitoring updates and recommendations issued by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). We are taking extra precautions to keep our office and common spaces clean. We are implementing all the necessary precautions to protect each staff member, employee, customer, and our future customer as well. 

While we currently remain operational, we are staying up to date with any information provided by the local authorities and the CDC. We are prepared to make necessary adjustments to remain in compliance with their mandates, as well as protect the health and well-being of our employees and customers.

We are continuing to schedule appointments and building projects that are received. If you’d like to schedule an appointment for an estimate and are worried about your health, you may still do so with an on-site phone call. We will have our salesman contact you while they are on-site to discuss how you’d like us to help you. All salesmen are using social-distancing, washing their hands, and using hand sanitizer. If any of our employees are feeling under the weather, they are to stay home. 

The CDC recommends we all try to stay home whenever possible, avoid large crowds and close contact with others, wash your hands thoroughly, and disinfect commonly used areas. We are thinking of you all during this time. Stay healthy. We will get through this.

City Wide Fence Company

5 Reasons to Fence Your Yard

No single fence meets every homeowner’s needs and desires. Fortunately, you can organize the reasons to consider a new fence into five categories. Simply decide which categories are most important to you and use that as a guide when selecting your new fence.

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Considerations for Your Home’s Pool Fencing

In the state of Washington, built-in swimming pools must have a fence surrounding the pool or spa. The fence must be a minimum of 4 feet in height and have a gate that is self-closing, meaning the gate will fully latch behind you when you enter or exit the pool area. The latch on the gate must also be on the upper portion of the gate so the latch can’t easily be reached by a child.

If you have a built-in swimming pool and are trying to decide which type of fence will serve your needs the best, this post can help. The information here will educate you on the benefits of certain types of fencing for pool areas and provide you with other pertinent information. read more…

4 Uses for Mesh Fencing

Fencing mesh can be an integral aspect of your fencing. Mesh ranges from pliable chicken wire to sturdy welded mesh. Usually made of galvanized wire, the mesh fencing ranges in gauge weight and can get powder coating at the factory.

Mesh fencing has many advantages. One of the biggest advantages is the mesh is woven at the factory and sold in rolls. To install the mesh, contractors usually unroll it between the posts and attach it with sturdy wires. Therefore, installation is relatively easy, therefore faster and more budget-friendly. Below are some ways to use fencing mesh.