For years, Stockton Fencing Pros has offered fencing services in Tracy, CA. Tracy is the second most populated city in San Joaquin County, CA. Up until the 1760’s, the City of Tracy was actually populated by the Yokuts tribe of Native Americans. We see this as a connection to Tracy today with similarities close to a native American tribe that stands strong together.
This area is perfect for Stockton Fencing Pros as we strive to keep unity, professionalism, and quality just like the city of Tracy.
Tracy is a perfect place to install a new fence as the weather stays above 55º on average. This a great temperature not only to have relaxing summer nights but its also great for fences; specifically vinyl as the heat will help limit any cracking.
If you’re looking for the best fencing service in the Tracy, CA area, then fill out one of the forms on this page or call us directly to schedule an estimate.
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For decades now Stockton Fencing Pros has been the best in service. We offer quality services for both residential and commercial. Over the years, we’ve built a professional team that focuses on four main goals for every fence built. The first goal we meet is to keep everything professional to supply a smooth, stress-free installation. Along with professionalism, we strive to keep every project on-time but along with speed we, more importantly, want a quality built fence that’s built to last. We will also use quality materials that are able to withstand anything thrown its way. Finally, our strict attention-to-detail will ensure that every fence installed will have stability, character, and long-lasting quality!
The process for every installation will be simple, speedy, and most importantly quality. The very first thing we do is figure out what fence, style, and design. From there we measure and lay out all the materials. Next, the fun will begin when we start to dig holes for each post; Following that, concrete is poured into each hole. Once the concrete settles the posts will be positioned and leveled with rails or panels based on your preference. Everything comes to life once we reach this step as the pickets are installed to the rails just about completing the fence. The final touches will be made by adding post caps, hinges, and if there’s any stain/painting necessary.
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Chain Link Fence
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQ #1 Will my fence require maintenance?
FAQ #2 Which is more affordable: wood, chain link, or vinyl?most affordable
Depending on the material a wood fence will be the most affordable. A treated pine fence will will typicall be the msot afforedable at roughly $7 while other lumber could cost $15 or more.
Here are rough estimates on prices:
Chain link: $7 to $12
Wood: $7 to $15
Vinyl: $15 to $30