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Time for a new fence? Get a free estimate for fence installation in Southwest Florida. Check out all of the best fencing services below.
Our Sarasota fence company serves all of the Sarasota Metro Area.

Fence Installation in Florida

Residential Fencing

  • Privacy Fence
  • Railings
  • Custom Gates
  • Pergolas
  • Arbors
  • Pool Fences
  • Trash Can Enclosures
  • HVAC Enclosures
  • Pet Enclosures
  • Composite Fencing

Commercial Fencing

  • Security Fence
  • Perimeter Fence
  • Temporary Fence
  • Automatic Gates
  • Access Controls
  • Sports Park Fencing
  • School Fencing
  • Commercial Chain Link
  • Noise Reduction Fencing
  • Dumpster Enclosures

Fence Repair Florida

Need your fence repaired in Florida? Not sure if you need a full fence replacement or just some repairs? Get a free quote from one of our local fence contractors and get their professional opinion.

Storm damage is never fun to deal with so we make it easy to get help quickly. Get you fence repaired hassle free and get back to enjoying your life! We understand you work hard to maintain your property and unforeseen weather and accidents happen at the worst times.

Contact us for a free fence repair estimate and get your fence repaired so you can get back to enjoying your home.

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Fencing Services In Florida

Our local fence contractors offer many fencing services for your home, farm, or commercial property. Services include installing new fences, replacing an existing fence, or repairing a fence. If you do not see exactly what you had in mind, give us a call at (914) 800-5620 or drop us a note to find out if our local fence contractors can help.

Wood Fence

Choose a beautiful, natural, long-lasting wood fence by using only the highest quality wood products. A variety of styles, heights, and options are available, from solid privacy fences to picket fences.

Enhance your wood fence with accents such as cap and trim, post caps, horizontal or lattice fence with cap and trim, or the classic ranch rail, just to name a few.

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Vinyl Fence

Vinyl fencing offers fantastic durability with little or no maintenance. It is now available in a wide range of colors, textures, and designs.

Vinyl can be used for picket fences, semi-private designs such as a shadowbox fence, and full privacy fences. The initial investment in a vinyl fence pays off in the long run. Request an estimate to find out more.

Chain Link Fence

Chain link fence remains one of the most common and economical forms of fencing, ideal for both residential and commercial applications.

Chain link fencing comes in two main types: galvanized chain link and vinyl-coated chain link in multiple colors. Request an estimate to find out if chain link fencing is right for your property.

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Aluminum Fence

Aluminum fences add the elegance and protection of wrought iron fences without the maintenance. They come in a variety of colors, styles, and heights to increase the value and aesthetic appeal of any property.

No fence enhances the beauty of your home, pool, or yard like an aluminum fence!

Fence Installation FAQ

In Florida, building a fence involves two key considerations: permits and homeowners associations (HOAs). Here’s a breakdown:


  • Generally Required: Most localities require permits to verify your fence meets zoning requirements like height and setback from property lines.
  • Local Variations: Statewide guidelines exist, but local ordinances can have additional requirements or exceptions. For instance, Orlando and unincorporated Lake County might not require permits for some residential fences.
  • Check Locally: Always check with your local building department for the most accurate and up-to-date information on permitting needs. They typically have websites with relevant information, or you can find their contact details online.

Homeowners Associations (HOAs):

  • HOA Restrictions: If your property falls under an HOA, they might have additional regulations regarding fences. These could include:
    • Approval Process: You may need approval from the HOA board before building a fence.
    • Fence Specifications: The HOA might dictate aspects like height, materials, color, and style of your fence.
  • Review HOA Documents: Before building a fence in an HOA community, thoroughly review your HOA documents (declarations, covenants, and restrictions) to understand their specific regulations.
  • Contact HOA Board: If unclear about any aspect, contact your HOA board for clarification before starting construction.

Key Takeaway:

Building a fence in Florida requires considering both local permitting needs and potential HOA restrictions. By checking with your local building department and reviewing your HOA documents (if applicable), you can ensure a smooth process and avoid any potential issues.

The maximum height you can build a fence in Florida depends on two main factors:

  • Locality: Statewide regulations exist, but specific heights are determined by local zoning ordinances. There can be variations between cities, counties, and even unincorporated areas.
  • Fence Location: Height restrictions often differ depending on where the fence is located on your property (front yard, side yard, backyard).

Here are some general guidelines:

  • Front Yards: Typically have the most restrictions, with heights often ranging from 4 feet to 6 feet.
  • Side and Back Yards: Generally allow for taller fences, with heights up to 6 feet or 8 feet being common.

Finding Specific Height Limits:

  • Local Building Department: The most reliable source for exact height restrictions is your local building department. They typically have websites with relevant information or can be contacted directly.
  • Search Online: A quick web search for “[Your County Name] fence height regulations” might lead you to the specific codes.


  • HOA Restrictions: If your property falls under an HOA, they might have even stricter height limitations than local ordinances. Always review your HOA documents to understand any specific height restrictions they may impose.

Remember, it’s always best to check with your local building department before building a fence. They can provide the most accurate and up-to-date information on height restrictions and any permitting requirements in your specific area.

You should replace your fence when you need to repair 20% or more of your fence. This rule of thumb exists because you do not want to invest too much to repair a fence near the end of its lifespan. The exceptions to this rule are if the fence is new and just part of it is damaged.  Keep in mind that a fence permit may be required depending on the size of the repair.

The cheapest type of fence to install is almost always a chain link fence. Expect to pay between $8 and $14 per linear foot. The price will increase depending on height and choice of chain link mesh.

If you are looking for a wood fence then a fence built with pressure treated pine will be the least expensive option.

The cost of your fence installation will be mostly determined by your choice of materials.

Florida Fence Contractors

Our fence contractors serve the following areas in Florida:

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