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Install 3' High w/o Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanize, 36" h 1-3/8" steel post set without concrete 10' OC LF $10.62
Install 4' High w/o Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanize, 36" h 1-3/8" steel post set without concrete 10' OC LF $11.44
Install 5' High w/o Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanize, 36" h 1-3/8" steel post set without concrete 10' OC LF $12.58
Install 3' High w/ 1-5/8"Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanized 36" h, 1-5/8" steel post, concrete 10' OC LF $12.51
Install 4' High w/ 1-5/8"Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanized 48" " h, 1-5/8" steel post, concrete 10' OC LF $13.32
Install 5' High w/ 1-5/8"Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanized 60" " h, 1-5/8" steel post, concrete 10' OC LF $14.45
Install 6' High w/ 1-5/8"Top Rail Chain Link Fencing residential galvanized 72" " h, 1-5/8" steel post, concrete 10' OC LF $15.59
Install 3' x 3' Walkway Gate for Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware EA $51.14
Install 3' x 5' Walkway Gate for Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware EA $67.63
Install 3' x 6' Walkway Gate for Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware EA $71.83
Install 3' High Driveway Gate Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware LF $11.26
Install 4' High Driveway Gate Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware LF $12.16
Install 5' High Driveway Gate Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware LF $13.45
Install 6' High Driveway Gate Chain Link Fencing gate assembled, add for mounting hardware LF $14.35
Install Picket Wood Fencing 1" x 2" pickets, 2" x 4" rails, 4" x 4" posts @ 8' OC 3' High LF $8.95
Install Fir or Larch Wood Fencing 1" x 2" pickets, 2" x 4" rails, 4" x 4" posts @ 8' OC 3' High LF $9.57
Install Redwood Wood Fencing 1" x 2" pickets, 2" x 4" rails, 4" x 4" posts @ 8' OC 3' High LF $20.54
Install Cedar Wood Fencing 1" x 2" pickets, 2" x 4" rails, 4" x 4" posts @ 8' OC 3' High LF $18.98
Install Split Rail (2" x 4") Wood Fencing, red cedar, 4" posts @ 8' O.C. 3' high, 2 rails LF $7.97
Install Rustic 4" Round Split Rail Wood Fencing red cedar, 4" posts @ 8' O.C. 3' high, 2 rails LF $8.91
Install Estate/ Privacy Panel Vinyl Fencing 6' x 8' Section of Estate Fence Panel with 4 x 4 post set in concrete LF $21.23
Install Shadow Box Vinyl Fence 5.5" offset pickets, 3 rails, galvanized posts @ 71" OC, mounts, post top, screws, 1 post. 6' h LF $25.03
Install Lattice Top- Panel Vinyl Fencing 6' x 8' Section of Lattice Fence Panel with 4 x 4 post set in concrete LF $31.23
Install Picket Panel Vinyl Fencing 4' x 6' Section of Picket Panel Fence with 4 x 4 Gothic Posts LF $12.37
Install 6' Gate for Vinyl Fencing 5' pass gate and hardware - EA $167.00
Install 3' High Wrought Iron Fencing with pickets at 4-1/2" centers - LF $28.87
Install 3'6" High Wrought Iron Fencing with pickets at 4-1/2" centers - LF $31.87
Install 4'0" High Wrought Iron Fencing with pickets at 4-1/2" centers - LF $35.87
Install 5'0" High Wrought Iron Fencing with pickets at 4-1/2" centers - LF $39.37
Install Pool Wrought Iron Fencing 5' with pickets at 3 3/4" centers - LF $30.87
Install Gate for Wrought Iron Fencing - EA $142.00
Install 4" Block Wall Fencing grey med # 4"x 8"x 16" block, mortar, waste, no reinforcing, 12"w x 6"d concrete footing SF $8.78
Install 4" Block Wall Fencing grey med # 4"x 8"x 16" block, mortar, waste, typ reinforcing, 12"w x 6"d concrete footing SF $9.15
Install 6" Block Wall Fencing grey med #6"x 8"x 16" block, mortar, waste, no reinforcing, 12"w x 6"d concrete footing SF $9.26
Install 6" Block Wall Fencing grey med # 6""x 8"x 16" block, mortar, waste, typ reinforcing, 12"w x 6"d concrete footing SF $9.78
Install Mortar Cap for Masonry Fencing 2" thick natural grey cement cap up to 8" wide LF $3.22
Install Block Cap for Masonry Fencing 2" thick slab block, 16" long and up to 6" wide LF $2.63
 

Aluminized: In chain link fabric, describes fabric woven from steel wire that is coated with aluminum before weaving.

Barbed Wire: Wire fencing that is constructed with barbs or points. Most often used in fencing for agricultural purposes.
Blank Post: A blank post has no holes routed for rails from the sections to slide into it. This post is used normally as a gate latch post. The gate may not have any sections attached on one side or both sides so therefore no sections need to connect to the post. No holes in the posts are necessary for rails. Also a blank post can be ordered to allow custom cutting of holes for certain applications.
Boulevard Clamp: A two piece clamp with carriage bolts and nuts designed for 180 horizontal rail connections to a line post (also called line rail clamp).
Cantilever Gate: A sliding gate that uses a counter-balance that rides in or between or on rollers to hold the gate off the ground. No portion of the gate touches the ground and it does not utilize wheels or rollers that touch the ground. Since no portion of this gate touches the ground, it can be used anywhere the grade is reasonably level. The upper and lower horizontal gate frames ride between the sets of rollers, so the gate frame actually serves as the track.
Chain Link: A fence made from steel posts and chain link fencing.
Corner Post: This post forms a corner in a fence layout where two sections meet. The corner can be a 90 degree angle or anything close to that. There is a point at which the angle will exceed the practical use of a corner post and a line post should be used instead. A corner post has two sides routed for rails. The routed sides are adjacent to each other. Routed holes allow the sections of fence to connect to the post.
Cross fencing: Fence lines that divide pastures within a piece of property.
Diamond: The mesh opening formed by the woven wires in chain link fence fabric.
Diamond Count: The number of diamond openings from one edge of fabric to the other. The count of a given fabric shall begin at the first completed diamond at one edge and continue to the unfinished half or full opening at the other edge.
Double Swing Gate: (aliases Double Drive or Driveway Gate): A hinged gate with two leaves. Many single swing gates are not possible at great widths, so a second leaf is used. Maximum widths depend on fence style.
Electric Fence: Any fence through which an electric current is run, usually to keep livestock or animals inside a perimeter.
End Post: An end post terminates a line of fence. Only one side of the post has routed holes for one section to connect to it. A gate post is also an end post, because the sections end there and the gate starts. Gates to not have to slide into routed post holes. Some styles of fence also require that a gate post have a heavier wall to support the gate. The wall thickness is the width of the post wall in the case of a hollow post.
Eye Top: In chain link fencing the eye top is a cap for a line post that has a loop through which to pass the top rail.
Fabric: A fencing material made from wire helically wound and interwoven in such a manner as to provide a continuous mesh without knots or ties except in the form of knuckling or of twisting the ends of wires to form the selvage of the fabric.
Fence Line: The actual position of the fence.
Fence Laying: Delivering materials to the fence line and laying them out before the job starts.
Fence Tie: Ties that are used in chain link fencing to attach the fence to the line posts.
Galvanized: Pertains to zinc-coated steel articles used in fencing.
Gate: structure that allows access through the fence.
Gauge: Diameter of the coated wire, that is used to make the fabric. Also the thickness of the tubing or pipe used in the framework.
Grade (Fence at the Ground): The earth's vertical height (the bottom of a fence, where it meets the earth). A slope is a declining grade. In a LINE of fence, the GRADE can be different and changing along its length, requiring special considerations at the point of drastic grade changes.
Lattice Fencing: Wood fencing, usually cedar, constructed of prefabricated lattice panels.
Line Post: An intermediate post in a LINE of fence. These posts are all the posts between the terminals. In most cases, a section of fence does not include a line post for pricing purposes.
Ornamental Fencing: Any fence that is made of, or imitates, a cast iron fence. Provides for traditional fencing needs with added aesthetic appeal.
Overhead Slide Gate: A gate that hangs from an overhead track, usually an I-beam. The trolleys that ride on the track have two wheels that sandwich the beam so they will not come off the track. No part of the gate touches the ground. The bottom is kept inline with guides attached to the posts.
Perimeter Fence: Fence line around the outer boundary of a piece of property.
Picket Fence: Any fence in which the fencing is comprised of evenly spaced, vertical slats.
Post Cap: A cap that covers the end of a fence post. Post caps are most often used in vinyl and chain link fencing.
Post Hinge : A fitting that attaches to the gate post, the pintle of which fits into the frame hinge receptor permitting the gate to swing.
Post and Rail: Any fence made from horizontal rails fastened to vertical posts.
Privacy Fence: A fence with close fitting vertical pickets that block views into a yard or area.
Raking: The installation of fence sections that allow the fence to follow the grade.
Rolling Gate: A sliding gate that uses a leading front roller or wheel to hold the gate latch-end off the ground and the rear of the gate is supported by wheels or rollers off the ground by mounting on posts, columns or walls. This gate will cost more than a swing gate, but less than a cantilever gate. Since a leading wheel or roller is used, the ground must be level and firm, as in asphalt or a concrete surface. Not popular in ice and snow climates for that reason.
Section of fence: The fence between two posts. Sections can consist of horizontal rails and vertical pickets, in the case of wood or vinyl fence. With wire fence, section simply implies that portion of the fence between any two posts.
Single Swing Gate: (aliases Walk Gate or Man Gate): A gate with one leaf. For our purposes implies a hinged gate as opposed to a sliding gate.
Split Rail: A popular post and rail fence made from rough hewn wood, usually consisting of two horizontal rails that fit into notched posts.
Stair Stepping: The installation of a section of fence where the sections are near level, but the adjacent section is installed higher or lower than the first, so that the top of the fence appears like stair steps. Each section can stair step a different amount than the others, as a declining grade is negotiated. This is in contrast to a line of fence that is "raked", so that each section is even with the last, but the sections are installed out of square leaving the posts and pickets vertical.
Terminal: A post that ends or starts a LINE of fence. Examples: Corner post, end post, stair-step post, or gate post. In some cases as in chain link fences, a terminal may be required to break a line into segments less than 500' because the chain link can not be stretched in one single piece over a longer distance. Stretch post is a common term to use in this case, which is a terminal post also.
Top Rail: On a rail fence the top rail is the bar that runs the entire length of the fence on the top to provide support for the fence.
Tension Band: In chain link fencing the tension bands are the steel bands that attach the tension bar to the terminal post.
Tension Bar: A bar that is intertwined in the end of chain link fencing that allows the fence to be attached to the terminal post.
V-Groove Rolling Gate: A rolling gate that uses angle iron as a track mounted in the driveway. The angle iron is faced with the corner straight-up and a V-grooved leading roller rides on the track. Not popular in severe winter climates due to fouling of the track and wheel.
Wire Fencing: Fencing constructed of lines of wire pulled tight between fence posts. Most often used for agricultural fencing needs.
Wood Fencing: Any fence made from wood fencing materials. Requires a higher level of maintenance in the form of painting or staining than other fencing to combat weathering.
Wrought Iron: Fencing made of hardened, welded steel. More expensive than other fencing, but wrought iron fencing is incredibly strong, long lasting and comes with the added options of ornamental design.

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