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wrought iron fence, need your thoughts

Posted by summerblue (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 12, 11 at 19:24

I have a wrought iron fence around my property. We had the fence put in 2 years ago. I need to have the driveway entrance made wider. They would need to take out a panel on each side of the gates. I have a long driveway behind my house but it is very narrow and I am having a hard time getting my car into my drive. I am wondering if this is going to be very expensive to do. I haven't called the company who put up the fence yet, do I have to go with them or will another company be willing to do the work? I appreciate your comments.

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RE: wrought iron fence, need your thoughts

It might be late now, I would first get a quote from the original
builder, then get a second from another if it sounds unreasonable.

RE: wrought iron fence, need your thoughts

Thank you for your response. I guess my question was kind of stupid, but I didn't know if another company would do the work on a fence they didn't install. I did reach the original company but I have yet to hear back from them. I think I will be looking for someone else. Thanks again.

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