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Harrison Fence, Inc., is one of the most reliable and respected fence companies in North Carolina for all of your fence installation needs. We focus on our customer's fencing needs with an emphasis on timely delivery and customer satisfaction. Harrison Fence, Inc. offers competitive costs and quality workmanship. Whether we are installing for the homeowner, builder or business we are dedicated to installing a quality fence product with unmatched service at an affordable price.
Harrison Fence, Inc. installs fencing from the triad to the coast and offers a wide range of custom wood,vinyl, aluminum, steel and chain-link fences. We proudly offer a unique hassle-free fence shopping experience complete with product information assist in making an educated fence purchase. Since 2001, we are a family-owned company and have become one of the largest fence companies and a leader in our industry. We pride ourselves on our growth and success over the past 7 years. We have a fully functional stockyard, fleet of flatbed trucks, installation equipment and office staff to supply your company with all its fencing needs. Expect Superior Quality and Unmatched Service. We know fence.
Below is an example of what Harrison Fence has to offer: - All styles of custom built Wood Fencing, including arbors and pergolas. - Many Vinyl Fencing styles and options, we install only high quality Vinyl products. - Residential and Commercial Chain-Link Fencing. - Residential and Commercial Aluminum and Steel Fencing. - NEW! Composite Fencing. - Special enclosures including pet parks, pool and dumpster surrounds. - Security Gates and Keyed Entry Locks. - Fence and deck staining to preserve and protect your fence, 9 standard colors available. - Ability to install thousands of feet of perimeter fencing. - Set pricing schedules (evaluated annually) to provide upfront costs. - Flexible installation calendar to meet your production schedules and closing dates. - Office support staff to order, schedule and invoice your job in an accurate and efficient manner.
Our superior customer service, product quality standards, expert installation, and industry-leading warranty have allowed our company to advance to this point. I couldn't be more proud of what we have done together as a team and look forward to a successful future in the new complex.
Choosing the right company in Raleigh for fence design and installation is an important decision. You are spending a substantial amount of money to make a long-lasting improvement to your property. Your fence contractor should be knowledgeable, reliable and someone with whom you are comfortable.
Harrison Fence employees are trained to serve as your Raleigh fence design and installation consultants. They will help you to identify the things you want to accomplish with your fence. They will review with you all of the available fence design options, educate you on your purchase, show you the costs and benefits of the different fence types, and help you choose the best fence for your home.
A contractor's license is not required for fence installation in the state of North Carolina. Harrison Fence, Inc. does have privilege licenses in all cities and towns that we operate.
Harrison Fence, Inc. is fully insured beyond the required limits, both general liability and auto insurance. A certificate insurance is available upon request.
Before you purchase a fence, we recommend that you understand as much as possible about the process.
Most owners are not familiar with fencing - after all, you don't need to buy a fence very often. At Harrison Fence, our objective is to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your fence. If you contract with us for the installation, we'll do our utmost to ensure that your expectations are met.??Here is how the fence purchase process works:
Initial Inquiry: Contact us by phone, fax, emailor submit our online form on our website.We'll answer all of your questions, educate you about fence types and styles, and give you an approximate price based on the project details that you provide.
Sales Estimate: When you are ready, we'll schedule an appointment for our sales consultants to meet with you. They will review and measure your yard, talk with you about what you would like the fence to accomplish, help you select type and style of fence and leave you with a written proposal.
Sales Contract: When you are ready to proceed, you sign the proposal and submit it to us, with the appropriate deposit.?See information regarding deposits.
Installation: Once the contract is signed, we will order an necessary materials, call to have the utilities located and contact you to schedule an installation date. We ask that all homeowners are available for approximately 15 minutes on the first day of install for one final review of the layout of your fence and final placements of your gates. A typical residential installation is completed in one to three days.
Completion: Once the installation is complete and you have reviewed the job, expect a follow-up phone call to ensure that the installation meets your satisfaction. Once installation is complete the final payment is due.
Follow-Up:Harrison Fence will respond to any follow-up issues in a timely manner. We stand by our work and know that satisfied customers are our best source of additional business.See what our customers say about us!
Our commitment to you is simple: Our friendly staff will take the time to get to know you and your project. We'll help you design your fence then we'll install the highest quality material available. We'll do this for a price at or below industry standard. We want to help educate you to the process so that you can make informed decisions about your project. We guarantee our work and we'll help you maintain your investment through regular servicing.
Fill out our online FREE estimate form and we will contact you to set up your fence estimate.
North Carolina State law requires anyone planning to disturb the soil, must provide advance notice to the underground facility owners. The notice must be at least two business days prior to any excavation but no more than ten business days.
Fence installation always requires a call to 811 or the NC One-Call Center 1-800-632-4949. Installing a fence requires digging multiple holes in areas likely to contain underground utility lines such as along streets, right-of-ways and property lines. Marked lines show those who dig the approximate location of underground lines and help prevent undesired consequences.
While underground lines and buried objects are the responsibility of the homeowner, Harrison Fence wants to dig safely and calls 811 on behalf of all homeowners. One easy phone call to 811 starts the process to get your underground utility lines marked for free. Local One-Call Center operators ask for the location of your digging job and route your call to affected utility companies. Your utility companies will then send a professional locator to your location to mark your lines within a two business days.
The homeowner is responsible for marking or locating private lines, including and not limited to irrigations systems, tree and plant roots, drainage pipes, private gas lines and any other buried objects that might be damaged. Harrison Fence, Inc. is not responsible for any damage to buried lines or objects.
We recommend having a copy of the survey available to clearly define your property lines. If you do not have a survey our estimators will help you determine if you need a survey. If it's best to go ahead with it we will be happy to make recommendations of reputable surveyors.
Harrison Fence will complete the installation in a professional manner and in accordance with the informationprovided by the Customer and in the Property Survey. The Customer, as the property owner, is responsible for checking local building and zoning codes and obtaining all necessaryfence permits if required. Each city/town has different building codes and requirements for fence permits. Height requirements can vary. We are licensed and bonded in most cities, and have a good working relationship with the building departments. On average it takes approximately two weeks to receive a permit.We have compiled a list of local cities/townsand a link or phone # to their ordinances regarding fences. The city/town that require a permit are indicated and the a link provided to the permit application. The information belowis current as of August 2008, it is the customer's responsibility to obtain any required permit.*
TOWN OF CARY[PERMIT REQUIRED] http://www.townofcary.org/depts/dsdept/P&Z/fencerules/fencerulesoverview.htm DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE: pdf application
CHAPEL HILL http://www.townofchapelhill.org/FAQ.ASP?QID=132
CITY OF DURHAM http://www.durhamnc.gov/departments/inspections/fences.cfm
CITY OF RALEIGH [PERMIT REQUIRED]
Fences, permits 919-516-2555
GARNER [PERMIT REQUIRED] http://www.ci.garner.nc.us/PLAN/faq.htm DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE: pdf application
HOLLY SPRINGS http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/service/guidefj.htm
KNIGHTDALE [PERMIT REQUIRED] http://www.ci.knightdale.nc.us/planning/etjfaq.html DOWNLOAD APPLICATION
WAKE FOREST [PERMIT REQUIRED] DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE: https://www.wakeforestnc.gov/client_resources/...
CITY OF WILMINGTON [PERMIT REQUIRED] http://www.ci.wilmington.nc.us/Departments/DevelopmentServices/... DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE: Permit
TOWN OF WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH [PERMIT REQUIRED] DOWNLOAD APPLICATION HERE: Application
JACKSONVILLE [REQUIRED – IF ABOVE 6' IN HEIGHT] http://www.ci.jacksonville.nc.us/opencms/opencms/developmentservices/planning/FAQ.html
For residential installations, the Customer, as the property owner, is responsible for obtaining all necessaryapprovals from Homeowner Associations. Harrison Fence, Inc. has assisted in completing many HOA Architectural Request forms on behalf of our customers and we are very knowledgeable about what many neighborhoods require. We will be happy to assist you in completing your application.
HOA Board of Directors and Property Management Companies
Harrison Fence, Inc.is also available to assist Homeowners Association Board of Directors and Property Management companies in installing, replacing or repairing existing perimeter, playground or pool fences. We understand the many hours of volunteer time and the research that is invested into finding the best product and contractor for your needs.
For your next Association board meeting, we will submit a proposal and arrange a fence product presentation to explain the different fence options, styles, pricing and maintenance programs.We provide details, fence samples, product recommendations, warranties and latest information on building requirements.
We are committed to making your fence replacement easier and we will submit a proposal to meet your fencing needs. Contact us today 919.244.6908 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 85% of the children who drown each year do so at their own or a friends' pool. The majority of these drownings can be attributed to momentary lapses in parental supervision combined with the lack of proper pool safety barriers. The consumer Product Safety Commission suggests installing a fence or other barrier, completely around the pool. If the house is part of the barrier, the doors leading from the house to the pool should be protected with an alarm or the pool should have a power safety cover.
North Carolinabuilding code requires pools to be protected by a fence, wall, building or other enclosure or combination thereof and requires several additional requirements be met. As always it is the customer's responsibility to comply with the codes and inspection requirements. Below is the North Carolina code as of August 2008:
15A NCAC 18A .2528 FENCES
Swimming pools shall be protected by a fence, wall, building, or other enclosure, or any combination thereof, which completely encloses the swimming pool area such that all of the following conditions are met: (1) Constructed so as to afford no external handholds or footholds. However, the use of wire mesh fences with a mesh size of 2 1/4 inches or less is permitted; (2) A four foot (1.22 m) minimum height (from the outside approach) is provided entirely around the swimming pool; (3) The horizontal space between vertical members of the enclosure shall not exceed four inches; where the horizontal space between vertical members exceeds 1 3/4 inches there shall be at least 30 inches between any horizontal bottom rails or stringers and the next horizontal rails or stringers; (4) The height of any opening under the bottom of the enclosure shall not exceed four inches (10 cm); (5) Openings under and through a fringe or barrier with the gate(s) closed shall be sized so that a 4 inch diameter sphere cannot be passed through the openings; (6) All gates and doors shall be equipped with self-closing and positive self-latching closure mechanisms and shall be equipped with locking devices. Gates provided to allow bathers access to the pool shall be located so as to open to the pool at a point where the water is no greater than five feet deep. On pools built after May 1, 1996, access gates shall open away from the pool except when natural topography or other conditions dictate that it open inward. Release of the latch on the self-latching device shall be activated: (a) at a height no less than 54 inches above grade; or (b) on the pool side of the gate at a distance of no less than three inches below the top of the gate provided. On fences constructed after April 1, 2000 there shall be no opening greater than one-half inch within 18 inches of where the latch release is activated when the gate is closed; or (c) by a card reader, key, or combination lock. (7) Gates provided specifically for access to equipment rooms shall be locked at all times when not in use by the pool operator; (8) Ground level doors and windows opening inside the pool enclosure must be self-closing or child protected by means of a barrier or audible alarm; and (9) Self-closing, self-latching gates are not required for gates that are kept locked, or for entrances where access is controlled by a gate attendant and a lifeguard is on duty in the pool area. History Note: Authority G.S. 130A-282;Eff. May 1, 1991;Amended Eff. February 1, 2004; April 1, 1999; January 1, 1996; July 1, 1992. SOURCE: http://www.deh.enr.state.nc.us/ehs/images/rules/t15a-18a.25.pdf
Each county in North Carolina inspects and permits public and private swimming pools to ensure compliance with state and county rules. Rules may vary, please contact your county or city inspector for compliance.
DURHAM COUNTY http://www.durhamnc.gov/departments/inspections/pools.cfm
WAKE COUNTY www.wakegov.com/environment/swimmingpools/default.htm
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We provide any style, size or design of fence available. If you can dream it, we can build it!
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