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El Cajon Fencing Contractors

El Cajon, CA

Fence Contractors

From repair work and fence gate installation to construction fence rentals and commercial fencing, we do it all. Count on our 70+ years of experience as a fencing company to install or repair your fence so it lasts for years. We use eco-friendly processes and only the highest-quality fencing products.

 

From the initial sale to the fence installation and service, we strive for your complete satisfaction so you'll be proud to recommend us to your friends and family.

El Cajon Fencing Contractors

El Cajon Custom Fences

If you're looking for high-quality fence contractors in El Cajon, look no further than San Diego Fence Company. We specialize in custom fences and have a wide range of styles and materials to choose from. We're also experts in installation, so you can rest assured that your fence will be installed properly and look great.

Our custom fencing solutions are perfect for both residential and commercial properties. Whether you need a new fence for security, privacy, or just to add curb appeal, we can help. We also offer repair and replacement services for existing fences.

So when you're in need a new fence for your home or business, give us a call to schedule a free consultation. We'll work with you to find the perfect fencing solution for your needs and budget. Call now!

WHICH FENCING MATERIAL IS BEST FOR YOU?

  1. Wood Fence - Pros: Traditional look, great for privacy, endless variety of color choices; Cons: Maintenance such as painting or staining, price for materials
     

  2. Aluminum Fence - Pros: Low maintenance, comparatively inexpensive, versatile and durable; Cons: Lacks privacy, comparatively weaker for security purposes
     

  3. Chain Link Fence - Pros: Affordable, low maintenance, keeps kids and pets in; Cons: Less secure, lacks privacy, less aesthetically pleasing
     

  4. Vinyl PVC Fence - Pros: Long life, not affected by pests or rot, low maintenance, easy installation; Cons: Less strong than wood or chain link, less secure since pieces aren't attached by nails or screws, may crack or break in extreme heat