Depending on the kind of material you use, the length of your project, the terrain and who you hire, building a fence can be more than you might expect. Geoff Williams, a contributor to U.S. News suggests fencing project 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, lot sizes are typically smaller than in more rural areas and have less linear footage to cover, so it’s safe to say prices drop simply by project size.
We will cut to the chase and list a price guide below for each material and what you might expect to pay per linear foot.
$22.00 - $27.00.
Keep in mind, chain link fencing in Los Angeles comes in different forms. Galvanized and Vinyl Coated. There are other add ons, such as barbed wire, privacy slats and windscreens that can increase the overall price.
$42.00 - $55.00.
Like other Fencing, wood fencing comes with a wide variety of styles, patterns and designs that can add to the price of your project. Horizontal fencing is very popular and comes with a higher price tag due to the extra time it takes to install.
$40.00 - $55.00
Not all vinyl fencing is created equal. Be sure to ask for the manufacture of the Vinyl prior to installation. Ask to if the Vinyl has any warrantee. Vinyl has a way of looking all the same so be sure to do your homework.
$45.00 - $57.00
Wrought Iron is a long lasting material that typically comes in square vertical tubing with smaller vertical pickets between each post. While more ornate and decorative wrought iron can cost much
more, standard wrought iron should be fairly affordable. Visit our Cable Wire Railing page for other