Should I inform my neighbors about the fence installation/replacement?

Absolutely. It's essential to notify your neighbors as they might need to make arrangements for their pets, secure their backyard, or remove items from an existing fence. They may also express interest in contributing to the purchase of a new fence.

Does Intermountain Fence Pros handle the location and installation of fences on the property line?

No, it is the homeowner's responsibility to coordinate with neighbors, identify property lines, and decide on the fence placement. If there's uncertainty or disagreement, homeowners are advised to hire a surveyor to locate property lines (typical cost ranges between $800 - $1500).

Is a fence permit or HOA approval necessary before installation?

It depends. Homeowners should check with local authorities and their Homeowners Association to understand restrictions based on height and style. Our Design Consultants can guide you through local codes, but ultimately, homeowners are responsible for reading and complying with local ordinances.

Does Intermountain Fence Pros locate underground utilities?

Yes, we take safety seriously. Before starting any project, we call Bluestakes of Utah to mark all local utilities. However, we ask homeowners to identify any sprinklers or other items they would like us to avoid.

Does my new fence come with a written warranty?

Yes, we stand by the quality of our products and offer warranties on our fencing materials. The specific terms and duration of the warranty depend on the type of fence and other factors. 

Do you require a deposit, and what payment methods do you accept?

Yes, Intermountain Fence Pros typically requests a 50% deposit before commencing any work. We accept various forms of payment, including Visa, Master Card, Discover, AMEX, Venmo, Cash, and Checks.