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Arbors and Pillars

Agricultural Fence

Residential Fence

Quality • Service • Value

When we first started our business in 1973, the choices for residential fence were limited to wood - privacy, picket, and rail; and galvanized chain link. Today, there are SO many more choices. In addition to the standard wood fence designs and galvanized chain link, there are many more styles of wood, color coated chain link, PVC in many styles and colors, and ornamental in many heights, styles, and colors in both aluminum and steel. We feel that our many years of experience installing fence in the Twin Cities area is invaluable in helping you sort out the choices and advise you on what may or may not work in your particular situation.

Check out our WOOD, ORNAMENTAL, VINYL, and CHAIN LINK pages to get ideas and information on the various types of fence available. Arbors and faux stone pillars are also availabe as an impressive addition to your project.

If you are looking for horse fence, deer fence, buffalo fence (yes, we really have done that), click on the Agricutural Fence link .

Quality, Service, Value have been the qualities we have based our business on and are the reasons for our longevity. We believe in quality - both in the materials we sell and the installation of those products. We provide you with the same service we would expect if we were having another contractor work on our own homes. Value is the product of the quality and the servcie we provide.

What do we mean by "good value?"

"..Getting good value" often has a bargain-basement ring. However, there's a deeper meaning that calls for a new way of making choices. ... There is the long-term satisfaction of solid workmanship. Good value, in short, doesn't hang on a price tag. It is a way of looking at your world and putting together a home with a sense of purpose. Increasingly, it is based on an attitude toward preservation that looks as much to the future as to the past."

Julie V. Iovine, NY Times, 1993