We are JDH Decks & Fences, Inc.
This website is used as a marketing tool for our company. All gate and fence requests are fulfilled by JDH Decks & Fences, Inc
Yes we do! This is done through Synchrony Bank. Please give us a call for more information if you need help financing a new fence or gate.
This is our most asked question. It completely depends on the fencing material you choose and the linear square feet.
Please refer to our Fence Cost Calculator to generate a rough estimate.
Yes. This costs an additional $7 per foot (wood and vinyl) or $4 per foot (aluminum and chain link)
For all our fences we require 50% down to start the project. Upon completion you are required to pay the remaining 50%.
Once we arrive on-site, the installation only takes a few days or less.
We (as well as most other reputable fence companies) are usually 4-6 weeks out, so the sooner you schedule a bid, and put down your deposit, the quicker we can complete your project.
So what’s the process?
We do a on-site visit to take measurements, choose material and fence styles and give you an exact quote.
The next visit we dig the holes around the perimeter of your property and set the posts.
The final visit we build and connect the panels to all the set posts and install any gates.
Most people in Savannah and surrounding areas already have wood fences, as it is the most popular fence style in the area and matches the look of your neighbors and the neighborhood.
We almost always recommend wood for this reason but vinyl is a great option as well.
Please refer to this article for more information.
We find that some neighbors are more than willing to pitch in and split the cost with the person who is building the new fence on their side or back yards.
On the other hand there will be neighbors who will want no part in it.
Most of our jobs the primary customer fronts the entire cost without bothering the neighbors OR they front the cost and later on get payment from the neighbors.
Whatever the case, we DO NOT invoice each neighbor separately. ONE PERSON has to front the bill.