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Price for fence erecting.

Discussion in 'In the Garden' started by jordancorey, 17 Jan 2011.

  1. jordancorey

    jordancorey

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    Hi everyone, I just want a bit of advice off people. I want a fence putting up, 16 7 foot concrete posts, gravel boards and 15 4" 6' fence panels. How much on do people charge for erecting only as I have all the materials. Price per post, gravel board, fence panel etc? I don't want to get ripped off. Many thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

    Cheers, Diane.
     
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    Option 1. Do it yourself.
    Option 2. Get the old man to do it. (tell him hes on a promise. :mrgreen: )
    Option 3. Pick up local paper and phone around builders/landscapers/gardeners to come round and quote.

    Hope that helps.

    Andy
     
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    Andy is right, you really need a selection of quotes from people who have seen the job.
    There are many variables; is the run fairly level or will it need to be stepped. Are you replacing an existing fence meaning the original post foundations might be in the way? Tree roots causing problems?

    It would be easy to charge anything from £20 to £35 a post.
     
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