This Clayton fence company wants to be your fence installer choice. We have a no cost lifetime warranty (15 years) against workmanship defects on fences.
Our prices average $275 less than any of our competitors, because of this: we give free estimates, but we DON'T come to your house to do our estimates. Each year, we install over 150 pool fences around Clayton and Garner, without seeing any job beforehand. Imagine the cost of 1,000 quotes! With our fence company you WON'T pay for the time, gas, and vehicle wear we'd incur for fence estimates for jobs we never got! Our fences are built with the same lumber and quality as that other Garner fence company that wanted A LOT more.
Tell us which styles of fence you are interested in and if clearing needs to be done, and I will give you an exact cost per foot. When you hire our local fence company, we'll set a start date to meet with you and go over all details, sign the contract, and begin work.
Lastly, we can have your fence installed in no more than two to three days. Our company also has a very short wait time and can sometimes offer priority scheduling to people with pools. This company began to save clients hundreds of dollars on their swimming pool fences by controlling their business costs. We believe, we are the most cost efficient fence installer around. We pass on our savings directly to you.
We run this fence company so efficiently that we eliminate all of the other unnecessary costs that add many dollars to that other Garner fence installer's estimate. You just finished spending over $10,000 on your pool, why should you have to pay too much for your fence to put around it?
The MAJOR contributing factor to our low fence prices is that we plan to remain as a relatively small Clayton business. The bigger any fence company becomes, the more expenses it has to incur resulting directly in higher prices for you. Bigger is rarely better for the consumer.
We in only installing the highest quality pool fences for our clients. Gas prices are still rising, interest rates are still eating holes in your pockets, and we feel you shouldn't have to give up anything in your life to pay for another fence business' UNNECESSARY EXPENSES.
Why do customers choose our company? Is it price? Is it awesome customer service? Is it our Lifetime Warranty and quality workmanship? We believe it is a combination of all of the above. A fair and reasonable price, combined with superior customer relations, and the highest standards of workmanship.
From the first phone call or email we receive with your comments, questions, concerns, or compliments, we NEVER STOP answering our phone or responding to your emails. We also will NEVER get a deposit check from you ahead of time, so you know you will NEVER get ripped off. We have our lumber delivered way before we get your first check. A few companies are making a bad name for the industry, and we don't want you to fall victim to that. So we get your initial check the morning that we begin, NOT AHEAD OF TIME!!
We use a $5,000 towable 11 horse power hydraulic auger to drill our fence post holes, NOT a $1,200 auger. How is this critical to offering you a low fence price? Well, you get what you pay for. Our auger is a top of the line machine and enables use to drill our post holes in LESS THAN HALF of the time as the other fence companies. This machine, is the CADILLAC of augers. We save time and energy. In return, we SAVE YOU MONEY.
As you may or may not know, the North Carolina Railroad played a key part in the development of North Carolina cities and towns. Garner is no different and was started with the coming of the railroad through the area in 1847. Garner was chosen as the location of a station of the railroad between Goldsboro and Charlotte. In 1878, "Garner's Station" was established, like many other towns, by the construction of a post office. The Town of Garner's Station was incorporated in 1883.
According to the late Parker Rand, 3,000 acres of land was given to his forefathers by King George in 1759. A portion of the area was to become the site of a community called Rand's Mill. Rand's Mill Pond was renamed Lake Benson later on. It was enlarged in 1951 and is currently used as a reservoir.
Garner has seen continued growth throughout the decades. In 1891, the village of Garner's Station had its charter repealed, and in 1905 application was requested and granted for its reinstatement as the Town of Garner. The first town officialswere appointed to serve one year or until their successors were elected and qualified.
Although there are several legends, nobody knows for sure how Garner got its name. One story is that Thomas Bingham named the town after combining a general store with a post office. Merriam Webster's dictionary defines “garner" figuratively as a "store."
Parker Rand believed that Garner was named after a family who lived in the area but later moved to Texas. Still others think the town was named by Henry Fort, a black carpenter who owned some land along the railroad. An author, William S. Powell, believes that Garner received its name from its founder, H.C. Garner, though there is very little information about the man.
An ancient map dated 1887 shows Garner connected to the city of Raleigh by a road called Holloman's Road. In 1910, the unpaved road became known as Number 10 and US 70. Highway 70 was the first paved road in North Carolina. It was financed by the first bonds sold by North Carolina to build highways. It was also called The Central Highway because it started connected western North Carolina's mountains to eastern North Carolina's sea in 1911. The portion of the highway between Garner and Raleigh was paved around 1916 or 1917. US 70 runs south east out of Garner into Clayton, NC.
Today it is estimated that Garner has a population of about 25,000. With the increased population and residential growth, businesses and services have blossomed in Garner and are expected to continue to grow.
Clayton is a town of which the majority lies in Johnston County, North Carolina. A very small portion of the town rests in Wake County. Clayton is about 13 miles southeast of downtown Raleigh. It has an estimated population of about 14,000 people. Much of that increase in growth can be attributed to the town's close proximity to places like Cary, Raleigh, and RTP.
This Clayton fence company installs wood fences throughout Garner and Clayton.
In 2008, construction was completed on the Highway 70 Clayton Bypass, a 10 mile stretch from Interstate 40 along the southern portion of Clayton to highway 70 business in Smithfield. In June 2009, an explosion occurred at the ConAgra food plant. It injured roughly 30-40 people and several were still missing.
The construction took only about two years and saves an enormous amount of driving time due to the significant number of traffic lights on Highway 70. This is great for our fence company to be able to serve the Clayton and Garner areas for fence installation. The new Bypass has cut down on our time to be able to get to your neighborhood. Privacy fences are the most popular fences for this area. A six foot privacy fence is key to keeping your pets and children contained. We offer incredible prices on all privacy fences in Garner and Clayton.
Most of the information on this page was researched through the town of Garner's website. Master Halco used to be located in Garner, NC. Master Halco is a fence supply store that does not deal with the general public. We feel fortunate to have an account with them. They have since moved to Clayton, NC, as well as have an office in Charlotte, NC.