This is the question everyone is dying to know. The real answer is, it all depends. Depending on the kind of material you use, the height and length of your fence or gate project, the terrain, and who you hire. Building a fence can cost more than you think. Geoff Williams
, a contributor to U.S. News suggests fencing projects on average can cost as high as $20,000. But before you have a heart attack let’s remember that pricing varies nationwide.
In Los Angeles, costs tend to be higher per linear footage due to the cost of living. However, lot sizes are typically smaller than in most rural areas and have less linear footage to cover. So it’s safe to say pricing can fluctuate.
$20.00 - $35.00 (PER LINEAR FOOT)
Chain link is an affordable and durable fence material often used for parking lots, dog kennels, and commercial facilities. Chain link offers a high level of security and is oftentimes used for security fencing
. Keep in mind, chain link fencing in Los Angeles comes in different forms. Galvanized
and Vinyl Coated
are the two most common. There are other add ons, such as barbed wire
, privacy slats, and windscreens that can increase the overall price.
$45.00 - $60.00 (PER LINEAR FOOT)
Wrought Iron or Steel Fencing is a long-lasting material that typically comes in square tubing with smaller vertical pickets between each post. Wrought Iron gives buyers a long-lasting, durable fence that also provides security. Also, wrought iron fences are perfect for commercial businesses looking to add protection to their property. Visit our Cable Wire Railing
page for other steel ideas.
*Prices can vary based on project scope.